DECEMBER 5, 2018
UM Today Week at a Glance
This Week's Headlines

Expedition Churchill: A Gateway to Arctic Research

Creative public education and outreach campaign shares world-leading climate change research

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Inaugural chair announced for innovative Institute for Leadership Development

Dr. Suzanne Gagnon announced as Great-West Life Chair in Leadership Education

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In Focus: International Day of Persons with Disabilities

Every year on Dec. 3, countries across the globe reaffirm commitment to working towards a better and more inclusive world

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Supporting people a part of the University of Manitoba’s culture

U of M selected as one of the province’s Top Employers for sixth consecutive time

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Hockey treasure at St. Paul’s College

Equipment found in Jesuit priest's office reveals story from more than a century ago

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12 Days of Sustainable Giving

Suggestions from the Office of Sustainability to make the holiday season easier on the wallet and planet

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Undergraduate research award leads to sky-high international opportunities

Kin Rec student studies how to improve the outcomes of people at high altitudes

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Help guide the design of the U of M’s new website

Enter by the end of today, Dec. 5, for a chance to win a prize from the bookstore by participating in online survey

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President and senior leaders meet with Indigenous student leaders

President Barnard and his team extend their appreciation to students for sharing their voices

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Faculty of Graduate Studies Fall Awards

Recognizing outstanding support provided to graduate students and graduate programs

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Things to Know This Week

New Biosafety Permit program

Reducing wait times and administrative work for the release of grant funds

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Banner Phase One Upgrade successful

Congratulations to the Banner Enhancement project team

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Upcoming Events

New Student Winter Orientation

Friday, Jan. 4

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