The University of Manitoba offers a variety of clubs available to science students. These clubs all intend to help students become stronger leaders, as well as build friendships with like-minded individuals.
The following is a list of Non-Departmental Science Clubs. If you're interested in joining, consider learning more about the club to get more involved on campus!
devClub's mandate is to provide students of the University of Manitoba with an opportunity to gain some coding experience, learn various engines, softwares, and consoles. This group will also be opened to students who are just interested and would like to join.
Let's talk science
Let’s Talk Science is an award-winning, national, charitable organization focused on education and outreach to support youth development. They create and deliver unique learning programs and services that engage children, youth and educators in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
508 Machray Hall
The University of Manitoba’s STEAM initiative puts the ART in STEM! (Science, Technology, Engineering, ART, Mathematics). STEAM uses the arts to engage scientific concepts and communicate them through play, experimentation, and delight.
- Science Rendezvous
University of Manitoba Actuarial Club (UMAC)
The University of Manitoba Actuarial Club (UMAC) is focused on developing a network for actuarial students at the University of Manitoba. Our goals are to create an awareness of developments in the actuarial field, and connect students with potential employers. We also organize many social activities that allow members to get to know each other, and have some fun while taking a break from studying.
123 Drake Centre
University of MANITOBA Undergraduate leaders in healthcare (UMULH)
The UMULH is a student group based at the University of Manitoba dedicated to uniting students from various disciplines who are interested in Canadian healthcare. Established in the Fall of 2015, their group arose from a need to provide determined and altruistic students with opportunities to advance their knowledge and experience in the field of healthcare.
- Healthcare Symposium
185 Helen Glass
Women in science and engineering (WISE)
WISE is a group that has enthralled, educated and motivated the youth, including young girls, into exciting careers in Engineering and Science. They provide hands-on, memorable, curriculum-based workshops for schools, clubs, camps and more. WISE reaches more than twenty thousand students each year in Manitoba, delivering workshops in dozens of Manitoba communities and hosting camps in a dozen locations annually including 5 First Nations!
Women in Computer Science (WICS)
WICS was created to build a stronger community between both women and men in STEM, as well as to encourage more women into the computer science field.
- Welcoming community of female and male computer science students
- Connections with industry mentors
- Volunteer opportunities with outreach programs
- Workshops on different technologies
- Side projects