March 14, 2018
UM Today Week at a Glance
This Week's Headlines

Provincial Budget 2018, U of M response

‘Investment in a research-intensive university such as ours is essential to the future prosperity of this province’

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U of M soars to 1st place at international aerospace competition

Engineering students beat aircraft design teams from around the world

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Paul Soubry is this year’s Distinguished Alumni Award Recipient for Lifetime Achievement

Canada's top CEO reflects on life, books, risk-taking

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Being the change they want to see

Nahlah Ayed Prize for Student Leadership and Global Citizenship recipients named

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Nominate staff for Awards of Excellence

Choose from five award categories; nominations due April 6

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Ten individuals honoured at Indigenous Awards of Excellence

Recognizing accomplishments of Indigenous students, faculty and support staff

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Examining the founders of Manitoba

New book by professor and alumnus Fred Shore illuminates the history of the Métis

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5 Days for the Homeless

Students sleep outside as part of national campaign

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Service-learning in our backyard

Alternative Reading Week Winnipeg sees students help non-profit agencies

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Trending: For the weeks of March 12 – 25

Current hashtags, links and other social media bits & pieces

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In Focus: ResearchLIFE

Take a look at features from the latest issue of the magazine

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Upcoming Events

Rady Faculty of Health Sciences hosts Community Partner Recognition Breakfast

Thursday, March 15 | 8:30 - 9:30 a.m | Bannatyne campus

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3MT Final Competition

Wednesday, March 21 | 7 p.m. | Robert B. Schultz Lecture Theatre

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Helen Glass Research Symposium

Monday, March 19 – Wednesday, March 21 | Multiple times, locations

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Indigenous Awareness Month

Multiple events, activities and celebrations throughout March

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