Faculty of Engineering News Archive
December 6, 2019 —
The Price Graduate Scholarships for Women in Engineering was established through a $600,000 gift from the Price Family Foundation
December 3, 2019 —
The University of Manitoba Engineering Society (UMES) and the Faculty of Engineering will unveil a memorial wall to remember the lives of the 14 women killed at l’Ecole Polytechnique
November 27, 2019 —
Research grants and contracts, both pre- and post-award management – will be moving to a paperless, single sign-on software system beginning in mid-2020.
November 15, 2019 —
When Don Whitmore and Ken Bailey graduated from the Faculty of Engineering in 1959, they could scarcely imagine how much the campus would change in six decades – or that their philanthropy would play a role
November 12, 2019 —
The Indigenous Initiative Funds are open to faculties, schools, colleges, libraries and administrative units to support unit-based projects that further the Indigenous Achievement goals and priorities outlined in Taking Our Place, the U of M’s Strategic Plan
November 8, 2019 —
When WWI took hold of the globe, engineering students at the University of Manitoba put down their pencils, packed their bags, and headed overseas to serve their country in a fight for freedom and peace.
November 7, 2019 —
The 2019 Research Info$ource rankings are out and UM is celebrating a 63 per cent increase in corporate research income growth, a marker for the success of a research-industry collaborative approach
October 29, 2019 —
Nearly 100 judges queried the more than 140 budding researchers about their projects
October 22, 2019 —
Koch has earned an award honouring the memory of 14 women who lost their lives in the École Polytechnique massacre on Dec. 6, 1989.
October 15, 2019 —
During this week’s convocation ceremonies on the Fort Garry campus, Dr. Karen Dow will be recognized for her supportive teaching