School of Dental Hygiene News Archive
June 3, 2022 —
Six students awarded for outstanding achievement at their level of study
HD recipient Mary Jane McCallum: ‘Advocate for a better, healthier and more just life for all Canadians’
May 26, 2022 —
At the 143rd Spring Convocation, Dr. Mary Jane McCallum encouraged the graduating dental and dental hygiene students to continue pursuing knowledge and wisdom so they can give back to society to make it a better place for those who aren’t yet born
October 28, 2021 —
The Bannatyne campus is looking spick-and-span thanks to students from the Dr. Gerald Niznick College of Dentistry and the School of Dental Hygiene.
June 15, 2021 —
Manitoba’s newest health professionals will graduate this afternoon at a virtual Convocation ceremony.
February 17, 2021 —
Dental hygiene alumna Donna Scott, who practises in Yukon, is a passionate advocate for oral care access who says a key lesson of her career is "Don't judge."
October 9, 2020 —
The Dr. Gerald Niznick College of Dentistry's Opening Assembly has taken place annually since the late 1950s, but this year was unique.
June 29, 2020 —
Meet some of the incredible members of the University of Manitoba’s class of 2020. Today, these six exceptional students will be awarded the Governor General’s academic medals, for outstanding achievement at their level of study.
May 23, 2019 —
At the Rady Faculty of Health Sciences' convocation ceremonies, two U of M faculty members were recognized for their outstanding contributions to research and teaching
March 17, 2016 —
Students in the College of Dentistry are doing their part to put smiles on the faces of newcomers to Canada through a new outreach initiative. The Smiles for Miles program helps sponsor dental hygiene care for newcomers to Canada who otherwise not receive it, and provide senior dental hygiene students with the opportunity to provide care free of charge.
March 11, 2016 —
A well-known fable tells about a group of blind men who encounter an elephant. One touches a leg and says it’s a pillar. Another feels the trunk and claims it’s a tree branch. Yet another grabs the tail and calls it a rope.