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Abortion-rights demonstrators hold up letters spelling out ‘My Choice,’ Saturday, May 14, 2022, outside the United States Supreme Court in Washington, D.C. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

Research and International

Denying abortion access has a negative impact on children and families

May 19, 2022 — 
As abortion access is limited, the consequences at the individual level ripple through society as, on average, people denied abortions and their children are more likely to experience negative economic, social and health effects.

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Faculty of Arts

Winnipeg Free Press: Psychology professor remembered

May 12, 2022 — 
Dr. Rayleen De Luca [MA/81, PhD/85], professor of psychology is remembered for her advocacy work on behalf of vulnerable children and families along with a life-long commitment to caring for others.

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Research and International

What is that little bird telling you?

March 10, 2022 — 
UM Café Scientifique: UM scientists on how animals think and communicate

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Faculty of Graduate Studies

Three Minute Thesis challengers announced – mark your calendars!

February 9, 2022 — 
Come support our graduate students at three exciting heats!

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Faculty of Arts

Psychology students rise to the top in Undergraduate Research Poster Competition

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.

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Many parents are struggling with burnout, loneliness and mental health problems during the pandemic. (Pexels/Alexander Dummer)

Screaming into the void? Us too. Coping tips for stressed-out families in the COVID-19 pandemic

January 28, 2022 — 
'Strategies for taking back control when you dread the challenging day ahead'

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UM Café Scientifique offers rich array of topics in 2022

December 14, 2021 — 
Learn and join the discussion!

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Faculty of Arts

Meet the new faces in Arts

October 6, 2021 — 
The Faculty of Arts welcomes several new members with appointments beginning July 1, 2021.

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Faculty of Arts

Can we measure reconciliation?

October 4, 2021 — 
On the first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, UM researcher Dr. Katherine Starzyk spoke about The Canadian Reconciliation Barometer project on The Decibel podcast by The Globe and Mail.

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Researchers have found that those who feel more connected to nature tend to feel more connected to all of humanity. (Annie K/Unsplash)

Faculty of Arts

People who feel more connected to the natural world are more likely to support reconciliation

August 10, 2021 — 
Both traditional Indigenous knowledge keepers and social psychological researchers have made strikingly similar conclusions about the connection between how people relate to each other and how they relate to the earth and other living beings

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