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Announcing new leadership appointments

December 4, 2019 — 
UM is pleased to announce acting and extended appointments

extended education, Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Graduate Studies, faculty of science, School of Art

A group of bisons student-athletes in the Active Living Centre Agora chatting

Faculty of Kinesiology and Recreation Management

Bison Sports announce 129 student-athletes with U SPORTS Academic All-Canadian status for 2018-19

October 3, 2019 — 
The total is another record high for Manitoba and the third year in a row that a new record has been set

Asper School of Business, Bisons, college of nursing, Environment Earth and Resources, extended education, Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences, Faculty of Arts, Faculty of Engineering, faculty of science, Kinesiology and Recreation Management, Max Rady College of Medicine, Nursing, Rady Faculty of Health Sciences, St. Paul's College, Students, University 1

Keep learning and continue your education with Extended Education.

Extended Education

Is Continuing Ed right for you?

August 29, 2019 — 
“The demographics of non-degree CE programs is composed of returning adult professionals." - Rod Lastra

#KeepLearning, continuing education, extended education, professional development, Staff

Student Seebia Bharadwaj takes a selfie by the art in Extended Education.

Extended Education

Art is photo backdrop

June 19, 2019 — 
When you visit 185 Extended Education Complex, you can now take your photo before the perfect blue backdrop. This painting is one of a series called On Posing.

extended education, Fine Arts, General Studies, Online Learning, photography

Steve Lupky, Chair, Manitoba Chapter of CIM/Chartered Managers Canada presents Sheila Lapinski, Program Coordinator, and Paul Jenkins, Manager, Delivery, Extended Education with CIMA's CIM accreditation.

Extended Education

National partnership celebrated

April 30, 2019 — 
Extended Education is driven by long-term learning partnerships like this one, says Paul Jenkins, Manager, Delivery, Extended Education.

Asper School of Business, Community Stories, extended education, professional development, Staff, Students

Prepare for university courses with Prep Skills.

Extended Education

Prepare for university courses with Prep Skills

April 23, 2019 — 
"Physics is a branch of the natural sciences. We look at the natural world around us and try to explain the concepts, with mathematics and models.” - Andriy Yamchuk

extended education, faculty of science, professional development, Students, University 1

Christie Lavallee, Access Program student

Extended Education

Don’t let anything hold you back

April 4, 2019 — 
“There was always someone to talk to, to help with my courses. It can be a bit daunting at first to ask for help, but I am not afraid to ask for help anymore. If I am struggling, everyone is there to help.” - Christie Lavallee

#AccessUM, #UMIndigenous, Access Program, extended education

Dr. Marcia Anderson, Dawn Lavand, and Shohan Illsley talk addiction.

Extended Education

Let’s focus on people, not drugs

April 4, 2019 — 
“We need to be willing to address addiction as an illness. We are still less willing to recognize the people, who need the support of public services,." - Dr. Marcia Anderson

#UMIndigenous, community, extended education, Rady Faculty of Health Sciences

Every organization needs a Business Analyst (BA), and everyone is looking for a good one.

Extended Education

Business Analysis

April 1, 2019 — 
"In business analysis, I find out how an organization works, collaborate with people,.. . It allows for some creativity. It’s interesting. One day is not like the next.” - Maureen McVey

Alumni, Asper School of Business, extended education, Faculty and Staff, professional development

Fred Shore demonstrates the complexities of loading a musket during your buffalo hunt.

Extended Education

Indigenous storytellers share history and experience

March 29, 2019 — 
“I love telling stories. That’s my thing. Where did I learn to do that? There are many teachers in my family. I am also part Irish, so, of course, I have the gift of the gab.” - Fred Shore

#AccessUM, Access Program, extended education, Indigenous, National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation, storytelling

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