A student-led study on social housing by the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy (MCHP) at the University of Manitoba Faculty of Medicine found that Manitobans living in social housing face challenges accessing information about services available to them. The survey-based study follows the 2013 MCHP report Social Housing in Manitoba, which analyzed health data on […]
Entries Tagged as 'human ecology'
December 10th, 2013 · No Comments · Health, Medicine, News Release, Nursing, Outreach, Peace and Justice, Research, Social Work, economics, human ecology
December 3rd, 2013 · No Comments · Health, Medicine, News Release, Outreach, Peers, Research, Staff, business, human ecology, psychology
Three University of Manitoba researchers with international reputations in their respective fields have been named some of Canada’s most powerful and influential women.
Drs. Joan Durrant, Joanne Keselman and Samia Barakat have been named as recipients of the Women’s Executive Network’s (WXN) 2013 Canada’s Most Powerful Women: Top 100 Awards. Co-Presented by Scotiabank and KPMG, these […]
November 25th, 2013 · No Comments · Aboriginal, English, Environment and Geography, History, Indigenous, News Release, Outreach, Peace and Justice, Research, Students, arts, human ecology
Two University of Manitoba graduate students are recipients of fellowships that will enable their studies on the human face of Arctic sovereignty and an examination of Franco-manitoban identity.
The C. D. Howe Memorial Foundation Fellowships in Creative Writing and Oral Culture fund graduate students working in the areas of creative writing and/or oral culture. The recipients […]
November 5th, 2013 · No Comments · Education, News Release, Outreach, Peace and Justice, Staff, human ecology, sustainability
ArtsJunktion MB Inc. is a community-based, charitable organization committed to redistributing reusable materials. Its continuing goals include hosting artists in residence and providing workshop space for artists, teachers, students and community groups. It also provides the community with display space for local art and projects made from reused items and educates visiting groups about environmental […]
September 23rd, 2013 · No Comments · Environment and Geography, History, News Release, Outreach, Peace and Justice, economics, human ecology, infrastructure, political studies
The new set of award-winning Visionary Conversations begins this fall with more thought-provoking discussions. The university’s leading minds share their insight on issues affecting our world and how decisions we make today will shape our future.
Visionary Conversations is hosted by President and Vice-Chancellor David Barnard and features trailblazing researchers and alumni experts from the University […]
September 16th, 2013 · No Comments · Environment and Geography, Health, History, Indigenous, News Release, Research, Staff, arts, human ecology, psychology
Issues of youth self-governance, forgiveness at work, getting in the trenches with MPs, and workplace aggression–these are just a few of the unique and creative research projects about to get underway as a result of new research dollars.
The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) today announced $3,041,302 in funding to fourteen research projects at the […]
August 27th, 2013 · No Comments · Aboriginal, Engineering, Environment and Geography, Health, Indigenous, Natural Resources Institute, News Release, Outreach, Peace and Justice, Research, Students, economics, graduate studies, human ecology, infrastructure, sustainability
First Nations science and engineering students will be at the forefront of tackling multi-billion-dollar water services gaps in their communities.
University of Manitoba soil scientist Dr. Annemieke Farenhorst will lead the $2.976-million H2O CREATE program, with assistance from the university’s Centre for Human Rights Research and in collaboration with Trent University, University College of the North, […]