indigenous students News Archive
September 8, 2021 —
Alumna Sonya Ballantyne offers tips for Indigenous UM students
May 20, 2021 —
Congratulations to vice-president (Indigenous) Dr. Catherine Cook [MD/87, MSc/03], Faculty of Arts student Justin Langan and alumna Nahanni Fontaine [MA/01], who have received 2021 Indspire Awards – the highest honour the Indigenous community bestows upon its own people
May 3, 2021 —
Indigenous campus community celebrated graduates virtually on May 8
April 5, 2021 —
Developed by the Indigenous Student Centre, the Qualico Bridge to Success program provides culturally based resources to support First Nations, Métis and Inuit students as they begin their post-secondary journeys at UM
March 22, 2021 —
Students must be full-time Indigenous U of M students, who are either graduating this spring or returning to full-time studies in the fall.
March 12, 2021 —
Since 1994, the Indigenous Business Education Partners (IBEP) has created a sense of community for Indigenous students studying at Asper School of Business at the University of Manitoba
December 5, 2020 —
Noah Bartlett, a first-year student at the Asper School of Business, is in his kitchen getting ready for a virtual interview in between his online classes at the University of Manitoba “It’s both fun and a challenge,” jokes Bartlett. “I’m pretty grateful that classes are still going on and that I am able to pursue university.” Of French-Métis decent and born in Winnipeg on Treaty 1 land, Bartlett is the 2020 recipient of the Indigenous Business Education Partners (IBEP) Scholarship, an award valued up to $5,000. It’s given to an Indigenous high school student entering the Asper School of Business who demonstrates a combination of academic excellence and community involvement. Bartlett shined in his application with a high GPA, participation in extra curriculars, and a commitment to his community.
December 1, 2020 —
The new Wawatay program will see the first cohort of Indigenous students at the University of Manitoba journey together through a bachelor of science degree. The long-term goal of the program is to see Indigenous scientists doing research and working in Manitoba.
August 25, 2020 —
After wrapping up a successful year later this past spring, applications are now open for the 2020-2021 ICE program.