Last day of classes for Winter Term
Apr. 16, 2021 Last day of classes for Winter Term
Join our two invited speakers, Mr. Chenwei Bai and Mr. Zhiyong Jin for their talk on Thursday, April 8th. TALK 1 Time: 2:30pm on Thursday, April 8 Speaker: Mr. Chenwei Bai, Department of Statistics, University of Manitoba Title of the talk: Comparison of Forecasting Methods for Covid-19 Abstract: Covid-19 is a global challenge that requires research from all areas....
Are you an entrepreneur that is interested in sharing your journey with graduate and undergraduate students? The Science to Business Winnipeg Chapter is looking for Faculty of Science alumni to be guest speakers for an upcoming event. Please contact s2bnwinnipeg [at] s2bn [dot] org for more information.
The Faculty of Science is pleased to announce the Science Co-op Program has received accreditation by the Co-operative Education and Work-Integrated Learning Canada (CEWIL). CEWIL accreditation recognizes the highest quality of post-secondary co-operative programs. Dean Stefi Baum is delighted by the news. “We have been working diligently to integrate quality, experiential learning opportunities throughout our programs for our students;...
Meet Robert Tate, 2021 Honoured Alumni, Faculty of Science FEBRUARY 2, 2021 — Statistics is unique in that it could integrate with and transcend into almost every other discipline. This uniqueness is evident in Dr. Robert Tate’s body of research, having collaborated with individuals and teams in various fields of health and social sciences, locally, nationally, and internationally....
Carl Friedrich Gauss, who died #OnThisDay in 1855, was a mathematician and physicist who made significant contributions to many fields in mathematics and science. He is generally regarded as one of the greatest mathematicians of all time for his contributions.
‼️ATTN EDUCATORS‼️LTS U of M presents MATH MADNESS! Join us for a fun-filled week of mathematics between March 15-19. Choose from the following math workshops: Hole in Hand & Other Tricks👋👁, Fantastic Mathematics📐, or Get Twisted🔗! SPOTS ARE LIMITED!LINK IN BIO TO REGISTER‼️
Happening next week! On February 25, join a talk about the usefulness of graph models in business by Dave Fulawka, Senior Director, Network Analytics and Development at Bison Transport, Inc. The talk will happen at 2:30 pm (CT), stay tuned for links to the event! #umanitobasci
Grad Students: Do you want to give people an insightful look at your groundbreaking research, and have a chance to win cash prizes? If yes, you do not want to miss this opportunity! 3MT - Deadline to apply: Jan. 21. https://t.co/ePrHKUHnbD
Flu shots will be available from University Health Services to anyone on Nov. 30, 2020 from 8:45 - 3:45 in the University Centre, MPR 2nd floor. An appointment is required in advance to avoid crowding and to follow the Covid19 protocols. Please call 204-474-8411. @umanitoba
270 new cases of #Covid19MB have been identified as of 9:30 a.m. today. These cases are located in the following RHA's: Interlake-Eastern: 21 Northern: 16 Prairie Mountain: 8 Southern Health-Santé Sud: 106 Winnipeg: 119 Learn more at https://t.co/5tB1jfdpkR. https://t.co/IkunZJPaY8
Since October 21st, we’ve announced 15 deaths and 1,043 new cases of #Covid19MB. Many of these cases are linked to social gatherings in larger groups. I urge Manitobans to reduce the number of contacts you have. Don’t socialize in groups or with people outside your household.
Please join us in observing Orange Shirt Day on Wednesday, September 30. This day commemorates survivors of the hardships caused by Indian Residential Schools. By wearing an orange shirt, you honour the children whose lives were forever changed. https://t.co/Ko7kZnFm2k
The choices you make today impacts everyone in your life - including family, friends and members of your community. If you do visit and socialize with others, avoid closed-in crowded spaces and consider getting together outdoors as much as possible. #Covid19MB
Want to learn how a computer can identify the image of a specific human face? Take this project course! 📚 The Faculty of Science is announcing a Science elective course for Fall 2020: SCI 2000 Image Processing Theory and Applications.💻 Learn more at: https://t.co/PAGRLBroFk