NOVEMBER 6, 2019
UM Today Week at a Glance
This Week's Headlines
 

Declaring a climate emergency: What happens now?

Visionary Conversations to explore actions people can take; live stream tonight at 7 p.m.

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Teach-In for Reconciliation highlights Indigenous expertise on campus

Learn about Indigenous history, cultures, contemporary issues

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A real Manitoba UFO?

In 1967, something unexplained unfolded in the wilderness around Falcon Lake

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Where inspiration, innovation, and imagination collide

Read the fall edition of UM Today The Magazine

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From favourite books to her vision for UM Libraries

Meet the Vice-Provost (Libraries) and University Librarian: Lisa O’Hara

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Things to Know This Week
 

Construction update: November

Info for your commute

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Don’t toss your keys to a hacker!

Never use your university credentials to subscribe to non-university services

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Career Month 2019

Join us for a month of career development-related programming

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Building Healthy Communities at UM

Recreation Services winter registration opens Nov. 14

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Experience Research

Deadline for students to apply for an Undergraduate Research Award is Jan. 24

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International Week 2019

UM community invited to celebrate all things international from Nov. 4 to 8

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Emergency pruning, tree removal after snow storm

Storm cleanup expected to take three months

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Things to Know
 
Upcoming Events
 

UM Libraries: Researcher workshops are back

Starting Thursday, Nov. 7

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Remembrance Day - UM closed

Monday, Nov. 11

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Indigenization and Reconciliation the focus of drop-in series

Next session on Tuesday, Nov. 12 | 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. | 207 Isbister (Native Studies Boardroom)

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Café Scientifique - 150 years of nature's elements

Thursday, Nov. 28 | 7 p.m. | McNally Robinson

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