UWinnipeg's Developmental Studies Program welcomed the first Indigenous cohort to campus in August. In total, 18 students from as far north as Tataskweyak Cree Nation (Split Lake) and Northlands Denesuline First Nation (Lac Brochet) met with staff at the UWSA Daycare to share their knowledge and experiences.
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The unique Indigenous Ethnobotany Field School course took students outdoors to learn about Indigenous perspectives of native Manitoban plants in medicine, ceremonies, aesthetics, and substance.
Caleb Zimmerman has been named The University of Winnipeg’s Executive Director of Marketing and Communications. With more than 15 years of marketing and communications experience at universities across Western Canada, Caleb will be bringing his wealth of knowledge and experience to this role.
The University of Winnipeg is proud to celebrate Sidney Leggett (BSc Hons, 2022) and Josh Swain (BSc, 2021) during a special virtual McCall MacBain Scholars Reception on Monday, August 29 at 10:00 am CT.
UWinnipeg's Faculty of Graduate Studies partnered with Mitacs for an evening of food and lively dialogue, as they celebrated the achievements of international students in the Mitacs program.
Effective Wednesday, August 17, masking will be highly recommended, but not mandatory. Campus will also reopen to the public on that day. For students, faculty, staff, and visitors who are more comfortable wearing masks, we will be making them available at specific locations throughout campus. We ask our community to exhibit compassion with respect to an individual’s choice regarding masking.
The University of Winnipeg Library announced the opening of a new Data Research Repository that will help researchers share their work across the globe.
The University of Winnipeg exceeded the national average of Mitacs submissions, receiving more than $1 million in Mitacs internships in 2021-22.
UWinnipeg Drs. Fiona Green and Jaqueline McLeod Rogers have co-edited a collection of parent essays — Parenting/Internet/Kids: Domesticating Technologies — that ask the question: re technologies helping or harming us, and are they opening possibilities or taking away initiatives and agency?
Business Administration graduate Mack Borys has transformed his love of music into a mentorship service set on assisting the next generation of artists.