A look back at 12 months of stories highlighting the innovation and resilience of The University of Winnipeg community.
All of our stories in one handy place.
'Aakoziiwigamig: An Ojibwe Radio Drama' will be airing every second second on NCI, starting Wednesday, January 13. The show was created as a way of sharing the language with the community.
In the most recent Research Question podcast, Dr. Mary Jane Logan McCallum explains why it's so important to look to history to understand present day forms of structural racism.
The University of Winnipeg has launched Crossings Volume IV, the exciting peer-reviewed, multidisciplinary, academic student journal showcasing outstanding undergraduate and graduate research in the humanities and social sciences.
A new book published by the Institute of Urban Studies (IUS) examines neighbourhood change and income equality through the compelling and difficult story of Winnipeg's West Broadway neighbourhood.
Experiences in the Urban and Inner-City Studies Department's Inner-City Work Study program have led a pair of UWinnipeg students to discovering new paths.
Canadian poet and short story writer Souvankham Thammavongsa is UWinnipeg's 2021 Carol Shields Writer-in-Residence.
Three students took home the $5,000 first-place prize for their new academic software platform designed to improve remote learning.
A project led by Dr. Mary Jane McCallum and Dr. Erin Millions is one of two University of Winnipeg research projects to be awarded funding from...
Dr. Jaime Cidro is one of two University of Winnipeg researchers to be awarded funding from the Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR) as part of...