Peace and Conflict Studies News Archive
July 5, 2021 —
Joshua Okyere, a PhD student in the peace and conflict studies (PACS) program, qualified as a finalist for the Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation Scholarship and Engaged Leadership program. After a rigorous selection process and competing with 102 semi-finalists, he has now been named one of this year’s 15 Scholars across Canada.
May 19, 2021 —
The Canadian Journal of Human Rights: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Law and Policy, edited by Professor Donn Short with the help of law student editors, has just published Volume 9, Number 1, now available online.
January 11, 2021 —
Two UM students recognized for their efforts in bridging the local and the global
December 11, 2020 —
University of Manitoba students had a unique opportunity to learn about civic engagement, the role of the media, and leadership at this year’s first James W. Burns Leadership Institute Critical Issues event.
June 22, 2020 —
UM Today caught up with Hayward to chat about how the Vanier Scholarship will support her research titled: Incarcerated mother’s experience with pregnancy and childbirth: A narrative inquiry.
June 19, 2020 —
Considered to be the Canadian equivalent of the United Kingdom’s Rhodes Scholarships, these $150,000 awards will help recruit and keep top doctoral students from across the country and around the world
December 12, 2019 —
Centre needed to provide health care, ease tensions on Greek island, says co-ordinator Katie Muirhead
Wpg Free Press: U.S. Holocaust museum, local universities join forces to explore connections between Nazi atrocities, residential school trauma
October 23, 2019 —
"There’s at least a case to be made that there’s something to be learned by putting these two things side by side," UM's Adam Muller says
May 6, 2019 —
Meet the 2019 recipients of the Nahlah Ayed Prize for Student Leadership and Global Citizenship