labour studies News Archive
June 6, 2022 —
Meet two members of the Faculty of Arts graduating class of 2022 – an Indigenous Leader of Tomorrow and one of the first B.A. co-op students to complete their degree
February 10, 2022 —
Hannah Guenther-Wexler, a third year political studies student talks about her experiences as an Undergraduate Research Award recipient.
February 2, 2022 —
Congratulations to the Faculty of Arts students who came away as award winners in the Social Sciences and Humanities category of the 2021 UM Undergraduate Research Poster Competition.
October 29, 2021 —
Mark your calendar for UM’s community events this November.
July 27, 2021 —
Dr. Julie Guard, Professor of history and labour studies spoke with Bea Bruske [BA/91], the new President of the Canadian Labour Congress.
May 28, 2021 —
Congratulations to Assistant Professor Bruce Curran on winning The Law of Work Best Paper Prize at the Canadian Industrial Relations Associations conference which ran online May 26-28 this week. Dr. Curran presented the paper Thursday morning, May 27, and was presented with the award at a virtual ceremony that evening.
November 5, 2020 —
As a student in the Faculty of Arts, you are gaining many marketable skills from your degree. If you are pursuing a liberal arts education and have a passion for business, here are a sample of some really cool business occupations commonly performed by Arts graduates.
April 16, 2020 —
UM labour specialist and economist Dr. Wayne Simpson is one of several experts who are doubtful that the federal government would agree to such a plan.
October 10, 2019 —
Samantha Nicole Tumlos describes how she has overcome challenges by changing her way of thinking about university
The Conversation: Lessons from the Winnipeg General Strike of 1919 have much to teach us about our future
April 26, 2019 —
A century ago, the Winnipeg General Strike shut down what was then Canada’s third-largest city