UWinnipeg's Faculty of Business and Economics held its second annual alumni reception graciously hosted by Albina Moran at the Thompson Dorfman Sweatman Lounge on the 17th floor in the new True North Square building.
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A team of University of Winnipeg business students took top scores at Western Canada's largest business competition, JDC West, held January 17-19, at The University of Regina.
Alwyn Go wasn't expecting his first-ever undergrad research project to be published, so he was even more surprised when it was recognized with a 2019 Genome Publication Award. The award, which was announced in the January 2020 edition of Genome, recognizes substantial and notable contributions to genetics and genomics research.
UWinnipeg's Campus Sustainability Office hosted the 2020 Environmental Research Fair on Wednesday, February 5 at Richardson College.
Feed your mind this term with hot topics in religion and culture that range from Muslims of Xinjiang, Buddha and Miraitowa, the Tokyo mascot.
When Melissa Van Soelen, Tom Groom, and Jesse de Rocquigny graduated from The University of Winnipeg's film studies program, they were already well-connected to the film industry, opening doors for successful careers.
UWinnipeg Professional, Applied and Continuing Education is hosting their ninth annual Cultural Evening at the Winnipeg Art Gallery on Friday, January 31.
The University of Winnipeg’s Department of Theatre and Film presents The Love of the Nightingale, by Timberlake Wertenbaker, February 11 – 15, 2020.
Manitoba universities and colleges, in conjunction with the Business Council of Manitoba, have unveiled a new strategic action plan that outlines a bold vision for delivering the knowledge and skills that graduates need to drive Manitoba’s economy forward and thrive in the ever-evolving workforce.
The 2010s was a great decade for Manitoban authors, and Winnipeg Free Press literary editor Ben MacPhee-Sigurdson complied a comprehensive list of the top 10...