DECEMBER 12, 2018
UM Today Week at a Glance
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Making a difference in global health

Dr. Maryanne Crockett honoured in the first-ever Canadian Women in Global Health List

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Message from President David Barnard

‘I want to reassure our community that all complaints are treated seriously’

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Sexual violence support for students, staff and faculty

Supports available and how to access them

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Integrated data vital in stopping spread of TB: U of M study

Manitoba has the highest provincial incident rate of active tuberculosis in Canada

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In Focus: Human Rights

This month marks the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights

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3MT applications open now!

Competition gives grad students chance to succinctly convey the depth and impact of their research

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Creating opportunities for education in honour of Hartley T. Richardson

New initiative to raise $2M for bursaries to support Asper School of Business students

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Things to Know This Week

Chemical safety permits replace old system

Important changes to workplace hazardous materials process

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Stay active at the U of M during the winter break

Hours of operation for Active Living, Frank Kennedy and Joe Doupe Recreation centres

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Upcoming Events

Indigenous Scholars Speaker Series: So, Why Are the Métis So Hard to Identify?

Thursday, Dec. 13 | 11:45 a.m. – 12:45 p.m. | Room 200, Education Building

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Year-End Holiday Celebration – Bannatyne campus

Tuesday, Dec. 18 | 3:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. | Brodie Atrium 

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Year-End Holiday Celebration - Fort Garry campus

Wednesday, Dec. 19 | 11:00 a.m. – 2 p.m. | Marshall McLuhan Hall & Bistro Two O Five

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Kiskinohamatowin: An International Academic Forum on the Human Rights of Indigenous Peoples

Friday, Jan. 19 – Saturday, Jan. 20 | Robson Hall | Registration open until Thursday, Dec. 20

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