Centre on Aging News Archive
March 28, 2017 —
A research team led by Faculty of Kinesiology and Recreation Management professor Dr Michelle Porter has been awarded a research grant to help communities become healthier and more age-friendly.
December 12, 2016 —
The dialogue included discussion of The Accessibility for Manitobans Act, which aims to identify, prevent and eliminate barriers for people, in order to make Manitoba an inclusive society
December 9, 2016 —
Dr Michelle Porter, a FKRM professor and director of the university's Centre on Aging, was a panelist at Thursday, Dec. 8's Visionary Conversations entitled What does an accessible Manitoba look like?
May 16, 2016 —
Corey Mackenzie, professor and director of the Aging and Mental Health Laboratory at the University of Manitoba’s Centre on Aging interviewed
May 2, 2016 —
U of M has joined the international Age-Friendly University Network
Knight Distinguished Visitors Program features internationally-respected researcher on technology and aging
April 28, 2016 —
The Robert and Elizabeth Knight Distinguished Visitors Program welcomes Alex Mihailidis on May 2 and 3
March 9, 2015 —
U of M aging study receives funding boost