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Academic Dishonesty Regulations

The Faculty of Science and the University of Manitoba regard acts of academic misconduct in quizzes, tests, examinations, laboratory reports, or assignments as serious offenses and may assess a variety of penalties depending on the nature of the offense. Acts of academic misconduct include, but are not limited to bringing unauthorized materials into a test or exam, copying from another individual, using answers provided by tutors, plagiarism, and examination personation

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Academic Assessment Regulations

Effective Fall 2021, the Faculty of Science will be assessing students’ academic performance based on their Degree GPA (DGPA).

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Learn what it takes to win a pitch competition with Natasha Theriault, PhD student, Faculty of Science, who won 1st place at Falling Walls Lab Manitoba.

Science Innovation Hub
3K Science Spark Pitch Competition
presented by Thompson Dorfman Sweatman LLP

Join us on Dec 7, 11 am – 12 pm for an Info Session on Zoom.

Register through the link in bio!

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The Science Innovation Hub, UM Faculty of Science, is hosting a pitch competition. You could win a $3,000 cash prize!
Presented by tdslaw

Please join us!
Dec 7, 11 am – 12 pm on Zoom

Register through the link in the bio!

#umanitoba #umanitobasci #scienceinnovationhub #TDS
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Showcase your research project to a large audience by submitting a vibrant image, catchy title and short description to #ScienceExposed 2023. You could win $$!

Contest presented in collaboration with acfas.

Visit ▶️ bit.ly/2sQm1qn

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Tune in on December 5th, 2022, from 6:00 – 7:30 pm EST to learn about Doctalk – a digital community-building company launched their own novel platform to help educate physicians and improve patient care!

Register via link in bio. s2bnetwork
We'll see you there!😊
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Congratulations! 🎉 Dr. Frank Schweizer, Professor, Dept. of Chemistry, Medicinal Chemistry and Microbiology, has made Clarivate Analytics’ 2022 list of the world’s most highly cited researchers. This list recognizes science and social science researchers who have significantly impacted their respective fields through the publication of multiple highly cited papers over the last decade. Nine researchers from UM have been listed among those most cited.

See the list here 👉 https://clarivate.com/highly-cited-researchers/

Learn more about the Schweizer lab here👉http://home.cc.umanitoba.ca/~schweize/index.html

#umanitoba #chemistry #research #umanitobasci #medicinalchemistry #microbiology
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Statistics seminar alert!

"Training Tomorrow’s Life Science Researchers in Introductory Statistics" by Dr. Bethany White, department of Statistical Sciences, University of Toronto

Date and time: Thursday, December 1, at 2:45 p.m.
Location: 205 Armes Bldg

Abstract: Despite reproducibility concerns in science, increased awareness of the prevalence of statistical errors in life sciences research, and even a tightening up of quantitative reporting standards in journals, statistical errors continue to permeate life sciences research. Yet, life science students often only need to take one Statistics course in their undergraduate programs, if that. So, how can we, as educators, make the most of the limited time we have with our students?

#umanitoba #umanitobasci #umstudent #statisticsseminar #sciencetalks
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