At its last meeting, the U of M Graduate Students’ Association (UMGSA) passed a motion that will subsidize bus passes for up to 500 graduate…
In the midst of a global COVID-19 pandemic, the U of M has announced that, as outlined in the 2020-21 budget, tuition for undergraduate and…
The University of Manitoba faculty of graduate studies has reduced the tuition fees for international PhD students beginning in the 2020-21 academic year. Deputy provost…
After issuing an apology and holding a runoff election in May, the U of M graduate students’ association (UMGSA) has announced Okechukwu Efobi has been elected vice-president services and support (VPSS).
After an election that sparked controversy due to allegations of misconduct, the U of M graduate students’ association (UMGSA) council has issued an apology and announced a runoff election for one position.
In two reports released by the University of Manitoba Graduate Students’ Association’s (UMGSA) elections committee Monday, the committee announced it had disqualified a candidate who tied for an executive position, approved an appeal made by the current UMGSA president and removed the CRO from his position.
A controversial University of Manitoba Graduate Students’ Association (UMGSA) 2019 executive election is headed to a run-off vote after two candidates for vice-president services and support (VPSS) finished in a dead tie and a handful of appeals — including one each against the CRO and uncontested returning president Carl Neumann — have been filed.
Candidates hoping for a seat on the U of M graduate students’ association (UMGSA) council took questions and discussed priorities at the UMGSA general election forum on Tuesday.
The University of Manitoba Graduate Students’ Association (UMGSA) council passed a motion to establish an expense account and corresponding debit card during its Jan. 23 meeting.
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