Indigenous studies and history student, Elmer Gilbert Clarke spent his summer poring over books in UWinnipeg's library, searching through texts for Ojibwa, Cree and Michif, as part of UWinnipeg's Indigenous Summer Scholars program.
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Hundreds of prospective students and their parents packed the Dr. David F. Anderson Gymnasium on Tuesday, November 26, for Future Student Night. The evening featured...
Award-winning writer and illustrator, GMB Chomichuk is the 2020 Carol Shields Writer in Residence.
University of Winnipeg biochemistry student, Evan Loeb, and honours physics student, Melissa Anderson, are leading the way for Indigenous students studying science to have increased access to networking, peer support, and mentorship during their studies. They are inviting all Indigenous students studying science to join them as they form UWinnipeg's first chapter of The American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES).
According to a recently published research by UWinnipeg associate professor and Canada Research Chair, Dr. Nora Casson, and Dr. Alix Contosta, of the University of New Hampshire, winter weather whiplash events have a big impact on ecosystems and communities.
Dr. Jason Hannan, Associate Professor in the Department of Rhetoric, Writing, and Communications, has just published his new book, Ethics Under Capital: MacIntyre, Communication, and the Culture Wars.
University of Winnipeg students Dilbarjot Randhawa, Aalekh Patel, and Harsh Patel of the Wesmen Coding Team have reason to celebrate. They were the top Manitoba team competing at the North American Region Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC) at the University of Manitoba, Saturday, November 9.
Canada Research Chair and University of Winnipeg Professor, Dr. Christopher Wiebe, has been named a fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) for his outstanding contributions to the advancement of chemistry.
Students of UWinnipeg Theatre and Film Department present 'Fragile Things: An Evening of Solo Performances' from November 20 – November 23, 2019
Rachel Smith is keen on languages. Drawn to scripture, Smith thrives on learning ancient languages to better understand the original texts of the old and new testaments.