NOVEMBER 21, 2018
UM Today Week at a Glance
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U of M elects new chancellor

Winnipeg writer and philanthropist Anne Mahon named University’s 14th chancellor

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Game Changer finalists put solutions to the test

Competitors present ways to tackle global problems in grand finale this afternoon

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‘Stanley Cup of entomology’ won by U of M biologist

Entomologist Jeffrey Marcus and grad student Melanie Lalonde identify new butterfly species

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Throne speech highlights international student pathways, economic development

Working in partnership with the provincial government

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Alumni and friends nearly sweep the Manitoba Philanthropy Awards

U of M community members named in five out of the six categories

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In Focus: Mentoring

Stories exploring contributing to the success of talented students

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Helping reduce HIV infections; and a defence of StatsCan’s request for data

Two articles by faculty and grad students highlighting new research appear in The Conversation

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The Seekers

UM Today The Magazine feature on how some experiences change us, define us, move us to chart a new course

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Catch a one-of-a-kind staged radio production of Under Milk Wood

Black Hole Theatre production runs from Nov. 21 to Dec. 1

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Robotic arm grabs attention at Fort Garry campus

Take Our Kids to Work Day demonstrates unique career options

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Things to Know This Week
 

Banner Enhancement Program: Phase One Upgrade

System Outage Nov. 21 to Nov. 26 for upgrade to Banner 9 Administration Pages

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Upcoming Events
 

Bison basketball hosts Dinos and Residences, women’s hockey face the Huskies

Friday, Nov. 23 and Saturday, Nov. 24 | Multiple times and venues

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Speak up for Sustainability: U of M Sustainability Strategy Renewal

Thursday, Nov. 29 | 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. | Marshall McLuhan Hall | RSVP by Friday, Nov. 23

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