The report mandated by U of M president David Barnard in fall 2018 to address sexual violence on campus has arrived with over 40 recommendations and a six-month deadline.
The U of M’s new chancellor has been appointed, a role she calls a “tremendous honour.”
It will be more expensive to be a U of M student again this year.
Members of the U of M community looking for “foundational information on sexual violence” can now access a five-part course provided by the university online.
These measures come after a turbulent period for the university, with several allegations of sexual misconduct from faculty toward students coming to light in the last two years.
While those looking to produce films in Manitoba can look forward to a fruitful 2019, the budget tabled by the provincial government yesterday sets a far bleaker scene for those interested in studying them.
The faculty of education is the site of a struggle between students and administration over the faculty’s attendance policy, which some students are saying is…
U of M administrator Barry Lavallee made headlines last fall when he suggested U of M president David Barnard step down from his position citing issues of racism on campus. Months later, Lavallee has resigned from his position.
More than two dozen members of the University of Manitoba Faculty Association (UMFA) lined up outside the U of M senate chambers today to protest what the association president called a “closed, secretive” process to find the next president of the university.
Mere months after the resignation of the U of M’s vice-provost of Indigenous engagement — who cited a lack of response on Indigenous issues by the school’s administration — another Indigenous member of the U of M has announced their departure.