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Campus Manitoba Commits to a More Inclusive Today

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After listening, learning, and self-reflecting over the past month, the team at Campus Manitoba is dedicated to understanding the role that our organization plays in the lives of the Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour (BIPOC) in Manitoba. Access to education is at the heart of everything we do. We are committed to sharing knowledge and resources with our various … Read More

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Collaboration with BCcampus and Vretta a Monthly Highlight for Campus Manitoba

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The Manitoba Open Textbook Initiative and Campus Manitoba are pleased to announce that they have entered into a monthly collaboration with Lauri Aesoph, Manager of Open Education at BCcampus, and representatives from Vretta, an ed-tech company committed to “providing unparalleled educational resources [to] transform the learning and assessment experience for thousands of students.” BCcampus and Vretta fostered their partnership in … Read More

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Manitoba Post-Secondary News Roundup

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With mere hours to go until reading weeks commence across the province, students, faculty and staff have survived crunch time and midterm exams. Press pause, unwind, and check out this month’s roundup, featuring Manitoba news stories from our partner institutions, and see last month here. BU Uses Gift to Implement Program for Indigenous Success Next fall will see the implementation … Read More

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Manitoba Post-Secondary News Roundup

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Second semesters across the province are underway for faculty and students, in a new year, and a new decade. Before things get too hectic, take a look at the first roundup of 2020. Have a little extra time? See the final roundup of 2019 here. Longstanding UM Conversation Series Tackles Important Issue More than 400 people gathered at the Canadian … Read More

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Manitoba Post-Secondary News Roundup

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It’s the heart of midterm season on university and college campuses in Manitoba. So, why not pause from studying or marking and take a look at this month’s post-secondary news. Missed last month? Read October’s roundup here. BU Psychiatric Nursing Program Hosts Death Cafe While death is a mysterious and often taboo subject in western society, people have questions, thoughts, … Read More

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