Faculty of Arts News Archive
May 19, 2022 —
As abortion access is limited, the consequences at the individual level ripple through society as, on average, people denied abortions and their children are more likely to experience negative economic, social and health effects.
May 12, 2022 —
Twelve Manitobans will soon receive the Order of Manitoba, the province’s highest honour
May 12, 2022 —
Dr. Rayleen De Luca [MA/81, PhD/85], professor of psychology is remembered for her advocacy work on behalf of vulnerable children and families along with a life-long commitment to caring for others.
May 3, 2022 —
This summer, University of Manitoba faculty and staff have the opportunity to explore the cultural and historical context of Indigenous peoples in Manitoba and across Canada – virtually.
April 25, 2022 —
Humans, robots, and the new sexual frontier
April 18, 2022 —
Chenée Merchant's current study, recognized as a national finalist in the SSHRC Storytellers Challenge, explores new methods for identifying key features of the skull which could hold important clues to our ancestry
April 13, 2022 —
As a result of anti-Black racism, non-Black people remain ignorant about how Black people experience discrimination and how it acts as a barrier that suppresses the civic, political and economic success of Black communities in a dominant white society.
April 5, 2022 —
'A trauma-informed lens isn’t meant to excuse or legitimize toxicity and dysfunction, but to help us understand that people who are in pain often pass down this pain'
April 4, 2022 —
UM researchers have received more than $1.2M through the New Frontiers in Research Fund (NFRF), the Government of Canada announced
March 31, 2022 —
'Student members of the LGBTTQ+ community are far more likely to be victims of targeted harassment and feel unsafe at school than their peers who are cisgender and heterosexual, Manitoba researchers have found — once again'