Newsletter and Archives


Latest issue:

September 2022

Featured stories:

  • New futuristic ‘smart suite’ places UM at forefront of innovative research and learning
  • Investment to increase class size for respiratory therapy
  • Long-COVID research for children limited, students find


Past issues:

April 2022

Featured stories:

  • Health research projects receive $31M in federal funding
  • Respiratory therapy department holds second Research Day
  • UM researchers advocate for long-COVID rehabilitation support

September 2021

Featured stories:

  • OT students develop road safety program for preschoolers
  • Respiratory therapy students join workforce early
  • Faculty, alumni honoured by Canadian Physiotherapy Association

April 2021

Featured stories:

  • Dr. Reg Urbanowski reappointed dean of the College of Rehabilitation Sciences
  • New Gerry McDole Professor to test virtual-reality yoga for stroke rehabilitation
  • Winter Awards Ceremony goes virtual for 2020

December 2020

Featured stories:

  • Students celebrate virtual convocation
  • Student awards ceremony goes virtual
  • Bachelor of Respiratory Therapy student a double medal winner

August 2020

Featured stories:

  • Pandemic-inspired guide to physical therapy at home helpful any time
  • Online conference highlights smart technologies
  • Respiratory therapy students receive graduate licenses amidst COVID-19

March 2020

Featured stories:

  • Project brings patient perspective to health research
  • PT students bring video game rehab projects to India
  • Visiting researchers explore emerging technology’s role in health care

December 2019

Featured stories:

  • Dutch researchers welcomed at College of Rehabilitation Sciences
  • Fall Convocation at Bannatyne
  • New partnership explores innovative solutions for people with disabilities

October 2019

Featured stories:

  • College of Rehabilitation Sciences looks ahead at Homecoming event
  • Study connects U of M to international physiotherapy database
  • College researcher, interns pilot high-tech safety program for dementia patients