JUNE 12, 2019
UM Today Week at a Glance
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Introducing our new logo

The evolution of who we are

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Rich in symbolism

New logo is the first step in the university’s brand evolution

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New support for future leaders

Province invests $2.5M in James W. Burns Leadership Institute

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The Conversation: Canada’s MMIWG report spurs debate

Professor Andrew Woolford on how a fixed concept of genocide is of little use to protect people from its horrors

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Help us build a new umanitoba.ca

Offer feedback for the new U of M website and enter to win Bookstore gift cards

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Desiree Scott competes in her third FIFA Women’s World Cup

U of M and Bison women’s soccer alumna returns to international soccer stage

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Trailblazer Talks: It’s not about the honey

Alumni behind BeeProject Apiaries on getting people to care about bees

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Merit Awards announced

Faculty recognized for outstanding teaching, service and research, scholarly work and creative activities

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Things to Know This Week
 

Manitoba Marathon takes place June 16

Road closures will be in effect

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Human Resources releases 2018 annual report

Themes include employee wellness, recruitment, and professional development

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Reminder: Annual steam shutdown on Fort Garry campus, June 2-17

Essential for maintenance of critical building systems

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Upcoming Events
 

Father’s Day open house weekend at the Active Living Centre

Saturday, June 15 and Sunday, June 16 | Dads invited to use the fitness and recreation facilities for free

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Bike to Work Day

Monday, June 17 | Pit stops and events at Bannatyne and Fort Garry campuses

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Elder Teachings at the NCTR: Learn the Strawberry and Water Ceremony Teachings

Tuesday, June 18 | 2 p.m. | National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation, 177 Dysart Road

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UM Teach-In For Reconciliation

Friday, June 21 | Sessions throughout the day | St. John’s College and Migizii Agamik – Bald Eagle Lodge

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