UWinnipeg’s Drs Julie Nagam and Serena Keshavjee are examining the civic impacts of the arts in the lives of Canadians for the Research in Residence: Arts’ Civic Impact project.
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When Research Manitoba and partners announced $1.37M in research funding and the recipients of the 2021 Grants and Awards competition Emma Traynor and Janelle Poiron were thrilled to be on the list.
A long educational journey has brought Lisa Bebyck to UWinnipeg's Master of Arts in Applied Economics program, and her experience has opened doors she hadn't previously thought were possible.
Madison Herget-Schmidt's passion for war history led her to discover a kindred spirit as she pursued her Master of Arts in History through UWinnipeg's Joint Master's Program.
Rotimi Owoade’s infatuation with UWinnipeg's Master in Management program began when he was asked to act as a reference for a friend enrolling in the program. That led him to do his own research into what his friend would be studying. The next thing he knew, Owoade wasn’t a reference but an applicant.
Sarah Hodges-Kolisnyk left a lasting impression on Dr. Serena Keshavjee as an undergrad, and now the Cultural Studies graduate student is aiding in an upcoming exhibition.
The Pathway to Graduate Studies (P2GS) offered five Indigenous students the opportunity to instruct Indigenous students in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Meet three of these talented students.
A desire to improve health care in Manitoba drove Dylan Robinson to pursue a Bachelor of Science at The University of Winnipeg on his way to his ultimate dream of becoming a doctor.
SSHRC awarded the Thinking Through the Museum (TTTM) research network a 7-year, $2.5 million dollar Partnership Grant for Thinking Through the Museum: A Partnership Approach to Curating Difficult Knowledge in Public.
University of Winnipeg’s Dr. Jason Hannan’s book, Meatsplaining: The Animal Agriculture Industry and the Rhetoric of Denial (Animal Publics), is part of the Sustainable Gastronomy...