Centre on Aging News Archive
April 13, 2023 —
The Centre on Aging is celebrating its 40th anniversary at the University of Manitoba (UM), in support of students conducting aging research. Since the Centre was established in 1982, it has provided financial support through their aging awards to nearly 100 UM students.
December 13, 2022 —
“Micro-credentials like these micro-certificates can play an important role, complement a degree, be stand-alone and provide employers with what they are looking for.” – Rod Lastra
November 2, 2022 —
“It’s not a whole degree. In a short time, you get a lot of knowledge and skills.” - Michelle Porter
June 10, 2022 —
Survey seeks your feedback on UM tunnel wayfinding signage
April 7, 2022 —
Alum Wilfred Sam-King builds age friendly course with Centre on Aging, University of Manitoba Age-Friendly University (AFU) Initiative fund
February 8, 2022 —
Apply by March 28
October 29, 2021 —
Mark your calendar for UM’s community events this November.
October 20, 2021 —
The Centre on Aging will host a workshop open to UM faculty and instructors on November 9 to share information on teaching older adults in the classroom.
June 11, 2021 —
Listen, learn and gain important insight from UM’s virtual community events during the month of June.
May 20, 2021 —
A leading advocate for the rights and well-being of older adults, professor Michelle Porter has been selected as a co-recipient for a prestigious UM award for her meritorious service in community outreach activities.