graduate studies

Talking the talk

Irina Volchok is a University of Manitoba graduate student studying linguistics.

International tuition still a sore point

The University of Manitoba is looking to uphold their promise of funnelling a significant portion of the extra money generated from international student fee hikes into academic and university community supports for international students.

The changing world of bullying

University of Manitoba alumnus Courtney Andrysiak was honoured with the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association (CCPA) Master’s Thesis Award for her dissertation on cyber-bullying this summer.

U of M faculty of human ecology officially shuts down

After 105 years in existence, the faculty of human ecology at the University of Manitoba has dissolved, bringing to a close the last school of its kind in the country and dispersing its former programs among other academic units.

Leadership and literacy

The University of Manitoba Graduate Students’ Association (UMGSA) held its annual awards luncheon on Aug. 25.

Top research universities unite at U of M

Student leaders from leading research-intensive universities across the country gathered at the University of Manitoba last month for the GU15 conference to examine graduate students’ needs.

Music to her ears

University of Manitoba music graduate student Mariana Menezes first became interested in conducting in high school.

Small molecule, big hope

The vision of Rabbi and his supervisor is to develop a better understanding of the pathogenesis of IBD and, in so doing, to develop new treatment paradigms that are both safer and more effective than current treatment options.