The Faculty of Arts has announced Dr. Kimberley Ducey and Dr. Kevin Walby as recipients of the 2022 Excellence in Teaching and Excellence in Scholarly/Creative Activity awards.
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UWinnipeg sociologist Dr. Kimberley Ducey has co-edited a book on George Yancy a prominent U.S. philosopher and professor of philosophy at Emory University.
On June 22, the Wii Chiiwaakanak Learning Centre welcomed more than 100 Grade 1-8 students from Niji Makhwa School to The University of Winnipeg for the first annual STEM Day.
University of Winnipeg researchers received funding from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada that will enable $1,462,500 in research projects.
UWinnipeg Wesmen Robyn Boulanger and Josh Gandier are featured in a mural adorning the wall connecting the Duckworth Centre to the Axworthy Health and RecPlex.
UWinnipeg researchers in the Department of German-Canadian Studies receive the Waterloo Centre for German Studies Diversity and Inclusion Grant for a new project titled “What They Can Teach Us: Stories from German Canadian Women 1950-1993."
UWinnipeg celebrates six Criminal Justice graduate students for all receiving Canada Graduate Scholarships from the Social Science and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC).
To coincide with National Indigenous Peoples Day, the Manitoba Indigenous Tuberculosis History Project has launched a brand-new website with access to educational and historical resources about Indigenous patients at the tuberculosis hospitals.
On June 20, UWinnipeg celebrates the journeys and successes of refugee students for World Refugee Day.
Education student Carolyn Lawton’s essay, Defining Métis Religion and Spirituality: A Historical Analysis, has been awarded the 2021-22 Indigenous History Essay Prize.