The University of Manitoba Graduate Students’ Association (UMGSA) closed nominations for their annual elections on Feb. 13 – the same date as the closing of…
What can relics of the past tell us about the thoughts and beliefs of the people who invented and used them?
Food insecurity, says Laura Husak, is a complex issue that can only be addressed by taking the (sometimes painful) step of crossing disciplinary boundaries.
A large bentwood box shaped from a single piece of red cedar was created by Coast Salish artist Luke Marston as a lasting tribute to the students of Canada’s former residential schools.
As we enter into a new era of green building, it is becoming increasingly important to ensure that the certified buildings are performing as expected.
The winner of the University of Manitoba Three-Minute Thesis competition (3MT) recently represented her university well at the Western regional competition in Calgary.
Nariman Firoozy, a PhD candidate supervised by professors Puyan Mojabi from ECE and David Barber from CEOS, explained the work people like himself are doing up in the Arctic.
What else could healthcare providers and educators be doing to decrease preventable chronic illnesses and improve the health of Manitoban patients?
The University of Manitoba is backing down from a plan proposed to raise continuing fees for graduate students.
With a bachelor’s degree in physical geography from the University of Winnipeg, Petzold had a chance to study different aspects of Earth science. Her interest in hydrology, however, was unavoidable.