Faculty of Arts News Archive
Bill C-22 will provide income security to Canadians with disabilities, but it needs to be done right
September 22, 2023 —
Canada’s first national disability benefit, Bill C-22, received royal assent on June 22, 2023. The bill was reintroduced in 2022 after initially being tabled two years prior.
September 22, 2023 —
This UM grad is testing how education can reduce racism towards Indigenous people
September 19, 2023 —
As the college looks to fill up its space, with 45% of rooms still available, we talked to Raihanah about her experience as both a student and a member of the Residence Dons team and the benefits she’s experienced from living in the residence.
September 15, 2023 —
Peter has seen the world throughout his poetry, writing, and teaching career. He is the author of fourteen books of poetry, fiction, and criticism, as well as several artist books.
September 6, 2023 —
Health researchers at UM have been awarded more than $6.7 million in the latest round of project funding by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR).
September 1, 2023 —
In recent months, UM announced new funding and increased enrolment capacity for a number of programs. Learn about the governance process for academic program expansions and the introduction of new programs.
August 11, 2023 —
Providing in-depth insights and analysis on a wide range of topics, from state schooling in British Columbia to essays of love and peace, our faculty are committed to sharing their research and creativity with the world. Whether you’re a student looking to expand your understanding, a researcher in need of reliable sources or simply someone with a thirst for knowledge, this sampling of books released over the past year are sure to provide the guidance you seek.
August 10, 2023 —
Books have always been the perfect companion for any journey, whether it's a grand adventure to a far-off destination or a quiet retreat in your backyard. To help you decide on your next summer read, here’s some exceptional books from Faculty of Arts alumni published over the past year, each with its own unique attraction.
August 2, 2023 —
On July 21, the Province of Manitoba announced it will invest $412,000 to double the number of seats in the clinical psychology graduate program beginning in fall 2024. This is the first significant increase in student seats to this program in decades and will do much to help fill the urgent need for clinical psychologists in Manitoba.
July 21, 2023 —
A $412,000 investment by the Manitoba government will see the number of seats in the doctoral clinical psychology training program double at UM.