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Canada is falling behind when it comes to HIV research
Canada is falling behind when it comes to HIV research
While efforts to eradicate HIV continue, funding for Canadian researchers is dwindling.
BY MAXIME BILODEAU | JUN 05 2024

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Unpacking inequalities at the doctoral level: Part 1
Unpacking inequalities at the doctoral level: Part 1
Despite strong interests in having diversified, highly qualified professionals, doctoral candidates generally remain a homogeneous group while minorities still face challenges in their doctoral path.
BY JEANNE BOISSELIER, JEANNE PERRIER, ALEXANDRE BRAN & ERIC BONETTO | JUN 04 2024

Sharing circle: Our learnings from organizing an anti-colonial intercultural dialogue program
Sharing circle: Our learnings from organizing an anti-colonial intercultural dialogue program
The goal was to create a safe space that helped international students recognize their entanglement with settler colonialism as uninvited visitors to this land.
BY ABU ARIF & VALERI PILGRIM | JUN 05 2024

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Laurie Schnarr University of Manitoba

Laurie Schnarr has been reappointed as vice-provost (students) at the University of Manitoba. Dr. Schnarr joined the UM in 2019 from the University of Guelph where she was director, student experience and interim director, experiential learning. During her tenure, she has led three departments within student affairs: office of the registrar and enrolment services, student engagement and success and student support. Dr. Schnarr has proven leadership in a number of institution-wide priorities such as advancing EDI, UM’s commitment to Reconciliation, increasing sexual violence education and resources and building holistic mental health supports for students.

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