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Research and International

UM-led research paves way for climate adaptive food systems for Indigenous and marginalized groups

June 21, 2024 — 
A diverse team of researchers spanning six continents and more than ten countries has received funding from the Government of Canada to improve access to culturally significant foods for disadvantaged communities around the world.

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CTV Winnipeg: Manitoba Tories in difficult position following byelection loss: professor

June 20, 2024 — 
Manitoba Tories in difficult position following byelection loss: professor

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Indigenous

Honouring our Indigenous Campus Community celebrates 2024 honourees

June 20, 2024 — 
Each year, Indigenous Engagement and Communications and the Office of the Vice-President (Indigenous) recognize the efforts and achievements of the inspiring people that are working to make the University of Manitoba a better place. On June 20, ten student, staff and faculty honourees were recognized for their exceptional contributions at the 2024 Honouring our Indigenous Campus Community recognition ceremony.

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Winnipeg Free Press: Governments need to work together in addressing root causes of crime: Gillingham

June 19, 2024 — 
Governments need to work together in addressing root causes of crime: Gillingham

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The Conversation: ‘Decolonizing Lens’: Winnipeg and virtual film series reflects the beauty of Indigenous worldviews

June 19, 2024 — 
Decolonizing Lens is a film and discussion series based in Winnipeg that brings together Indigenous filmmakers, their films and audiences as a form of public education.

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Winnipeg Free Press: Licensed to fail

June 17, 2024 — 
Winnipeg Free Press: Licensed to fail

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St. John's College

Scholarships changing the lives of students

June 12, 2024 — 
St John's college scholarships and bursaries provide University of Manitoba students with academic excellence as they look to continue their studies and move their respective careers forward in various ways. This year, the college was proud to present $200,000 worth of scholarships to students from faculties including, Science, Arts, Engineering, Asper School of Business, Nursing, Health Sciences, Indigenous students, and University 1 students, to name a few.   

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John Allegro

Giving back to give others a step forward

June 11, 2024 — 
UM alum John Allegro’s planned gift is helping mature students achieve their dreams

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680 CJOB: 80th anniversary of D-Day

June 7, 2024 — 
680 CJOB: 80 year anniversary of D-Day

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Group photo of faculty at the 2024 Faculty Recognition Reception

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Recognizing faculty excellence

June 6, 2024 — 
On May 21, over 30 faculty were recognized for exceptional teaching, research and service at a reception held at Marshall McLuhan in UMSU University Centre.

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