Aileen Friesen, associate professor of History and executive director of the Plett Foundation, is utilizing SSHRC funding to uncover the gendered experience of Mennonite migration to Canada from the Soviet Union.
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Tiana Tiede and Michael Grehan are awarded as the 2022 Sir William Stephenson Scholars for their record of achieving academic success and demonstrating extensive community service and volunteerism during their time at UWinnipeg.
The University of Winnipeg received research funding from SSHRC that totals close to $4,600,000 in grants that will enable talented UWinnipeg researchers from across disciplines in a variety of projects.
Gallery 1C03's summer camp for youth brings skateboard culture and the revitalization of Indigenous language to life through fun and art.
Assistant professor of Physics Dr. Evan McDonough is looking to answer one of the questions that has long puzzled the scientific community: what is dark matter?
Sophie Sickert was awarded the top spot in the Institute of Urban Studies Student Paper Contest for her paper dealing with the controversy of the relocation of Marcien Lemay's Riel memorial from the Manitoba Legislature to Saint Boniface.
The UWSA Daycare Annual Family Picnic was joined by the University of Winnipeg’s TOYBOX team and a bubble making extravaganza filled with fun and learning.
The University of Winnipeg is launching three new Indigenous language certificates this fall: Indigenous Language Revitalization, Teaching Indigenous Languages for Vitality, and Supporting Multilingualism and Indigenous Languages.
The confidence gained through ELP and PACE programs helped Ukrainian international student Alina Oliinyk achieve her goals.
The Canola Council of Canada visited UWinnipeg to get a closer look at TerraByte’s cutting-edge research and innovation.