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Donor Relations

Celebrating a Partnership for Change

November 10, 2022 — 
A partnership between UM and the Mastercard Foundation’s EleV program will support thousands of Indigenous young people on their postsecondary journey

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Donor Relations

Alumni step up for nursing students

November 10, 2022 — 
Support from alumni helps nursing students complete education and enter the healthcare field

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Donor Relations

Renewed support helps hundreds of new Indigenous students bridge the gap to post-secondary learning

November 10, 2022 — 
Qualico pledged another $1 million for programming and supports to help ensure the university transition is smooth for Indigenous students joining UM.

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Mr. and Mrs. W.K. Kwan standing together.

Donor Relations

The Kwan Family Bursary – Continuing a Legacy of Giving

November 4, 2022 — 
UM alum continues legacy of hard work and value of education through scholarship named for their parents.

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Keenan Karish walks in front of university building.

Donor Relations

Scholarship helps make university dream a reality for a first-year student

November 2, 2022 — 
Scholarship supports make it possible for student to focus on studies while transitioning form an urban setting to a post-secondary education.

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Donor Stu Clark wearing a black suit smiling and talking to Asper MBA students.

Supporting entrepreneurial dreams for 25 years

October 14, 2022 — 
The Stu Clark Centre for Entrepreneurship (SCCE) at the Asper School of Business is celebrating 25 years of supporting the entrepreneurial dreams of University of Manitoba students. With 500+ Venture Coach meetings, more than $750,000 in prize money given to student ventures, and with 1250+ students from all over North America having participated in SCCE competitions – there's lots to celebrate.

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Donor Relations

New Crowdfunding website helps UM community to connect their passions to generosity

September 15, 2022 — 
The new website will make it easier to fundraise for the UM community with the support of Donor Relations

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Dr. Brian Postl and Gary Solar stand on either side of the sculpture while conversing.

Rady Faculty of Health Sciences

Sculpture gifted to UM salutes health-care heroes, female scientists

September 1, 2022 — 
A bronze sculpture has been installed on the Bannatyne campus in honour of all the health-care workers who have stepped up to fight COVID-19, and in tribute to women in medical science.

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photo of Jennifer Schulz and Elliott Goszer embracing

Faculty of Law

A match made in law: Wedding gift to students establishes new Prize for Alternative Dispute Resolution in Family Law

July 25, 2022 — 
Thinking outside the (gift) box, law professor Dr. Jennifer L. Schulz and her fiancé, family lawyer Elliott Goszer are giving, rather than receiving, a wedding gift to benefit law students at their alma mater, the University of Manitoba’s Faculty of Law. The Schulz/Goszer Prize for Alternative Dispute Resolution in Family Law will be given annually to a University of Manitoba law student who writes the best Alternative Dispute Resolution-themed paper in an upper year family law course, or the best family law-themed paper in an upper year dispute resolution course.

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combined headshots of Class of 1980 member Norman Yusim and MILSA student Adam Kowal

Faculty of Law

Close-knit Class of 1980 creates bursary for Indigenous law students

July 15, 2022 — 
Thanks to the efforts of a close-knit group of Faculty of Law alumni, Indigenous law students at Robson Hall will have access to another source of much-needed bursary funds, starting in the fall of 2023.

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