Teaching Awards

The Students’ Teacher Recognition Reception (STRR) is an opportunity to celebrate teaching excellence. Recognizing that academic growth and development occurs over many years, each faculty nominates an outstanding graduating student, who then selects two teachers who have made important contributions to their education – one from Kindergarten to Grade 12 years and one from their years at the University of Manitoba.

  • Faculty and instructors, this good news is for you!  The Libraries have integrated a new tool into UM Learn, designed to help you easily share reading materials for each of your courses. Reading lists may include items from the Libraries, […]
  • On August 14, Brenda Stoesz, Faculty Specialist in The Centre for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning, along with Josh Seeland, Academic Integrity & Copyright Officer at the Assiniboine Community College, will be presenting an interactive session on academic file-sharing […]
  • Before the pandemic, they were seeing a lot of growth and excitement for their offerings across UM’s campuses, so the Centre for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning at the University of Manitoba was thrilled. And now? “It’s exploded. I […]

Academic Integrity

As leaders in education, academic staff at the University of Manitoba make commitments to uphold the six fundamental values of academic integrity: honesty, trust, fairness, respect, responsibility, and courage (International Centre for Academic Integrity) and to model these values to students at every stage in their academic careers. Read more to discover ways to encourage academic integrity and prevent academic misconduct at the University of Manitoba.

TeachingLIFE magazine, a University of Manitoba publication, showcases teaching and learning on—and beyond—our campuses.

Other Publications

2018-2019 Centre Snapshot

Contingencies for TeachingRead More