graduate studies News Archive
June 28, 2021 —
Graduate students enrolled in their first or second year of a thesis-based master's or doctoral program in the Rady Faculty of Health Sciences are now eligible to apply for graduate studentships, new scholarships now being offered annually to academically-successful Rady grad students.
April 5, 2021 —
Joshua Okyere, a PhD student at the University of Manitoba, has been selected as a finalist for the esteemed Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation Scholarship and Engaged Leadership program. As the selection process continues in the coming weeks, he has a chance to be named one of this year’s Scholars.
March 5, 2021 —
Describing your research concisely in three minutes or less is a great skill to possess. Ma thèse en 180 secondes provides the opportunity to master your elevator pitch in French. Launched in 2012, the French-language communication contest is modeled after the 3MT competition founded by The University of Queensland. This April, students in Manitoba will get the chance to compete for cash prizes, with the winner of the provincial competition advancing to the Canadian final and having a chance to move on to the international contest.
November 26, 2020 —
The School of Art and School of Art Gallery are pleased to present thesis exhibitions and oral examinations by two Master of Fine Art students: Sahar Abarasteh and Michelle Gagné-Orr.
The Conversation: Students with disabilities should have the option of in-person learning during COVID-19 school closures
November 24, 2020 —
Schools should be making plans to continue safe in-person learning for students with disabilities for whom remote learning simply does not work.
November 6, 2020 —
International student Koe Yoshino searched the world to follow his academic passion and was “intrigued” to find the University of Manitoba offered the doctoral program he’d been looking for
October 20, 2020 —
The University of Manitoba Fort Garry campus is a long way from the tiny community of Pukatawagan in Northern Manitoba. A settlement of the Mathias Colomb Cree First Nation, it has approximately a population of 3500 and is accessible only via the train from Pukatawagan to The Pas, or plane and on an ice road in the winter.
October 7, 2020 —
An endowed scholarship has been established in Dr. Forough Khadem's name to support international female graduate students working in the bio-medical sciences who demonstrate leadership and a desire to have an impact on the world through science
June 11, 2020 —
Public voting is open for the 2020 Science Exposed People’s Choice Award and Riddell graduate student Tyler Black needs your votes