The University of Winnipeg is honouring exceptional faculty, staff, and emeriti during our Spring Convocation on Thursday, June 9 and Friday, June 10.
Stories about UWinnipeg making a difference in the community.
In early May, the 13th annual Centre for Interdisciplinary Justice Studies (CIJS) conference invited academics and community members to campus for a lively dialogue on how justice intersects with food, media, research, Indigenous struggles, colonialism, sex, and contesting the police.
The Centre for Interdisciplinary Justice Studies at UWinnipeg, along with the Department of Criminal Justice and Centre for Access to Information and Justice, will be hosting the Consuming Justice Conference from May 11-13.
As part of Science Rendezvous' Science Chase trivia challenge, University of Winnipeg students and faculty members have created fun videos to pair with the questions. The nationwide virtual trivia challenge takes place May 4-7.
In order to minimize disruption and take care of our campus community, The University of Winnipeg’s mask mandate will continue until June 30, 2022.
To ensure the safety of faculty, staff, and students, The University of Winnipeg campus, including The Collegiate, will be closed on Wednesday, April 13 and Thursday, April 14. Only essential services will take place on campus during this time.
A ribbon drive led by Ukrainian Students Association president and vice-president Marysa Fosty and Adrianna Krawczuk has raised more than $3,100 for those suffering in Ukraine.
I Think We Are Alone by British playwright Sally Abbott is making its North American premiere at The University of Winnipeg from April 5-9. Director Hazel Venzon leads the Acting IV: Honours graduating actors and senior design and production students through a dynamic and striking production that is at once dreamlike and stiflingly realistic.
The University of Winnipeg continues to stand alongside calls for an end to Russia’s escalating war against Ukraine. Our thoughts are with Ukrainian people and their family members in Winnipeg and beyond.
Truth Reconfigured is an original performance piece — directed by University of Winnipeg Professor Claire Borody and conceived and developed by members of the fourth-year honours Devised Theatre class — that examines and questions the ways in which human beings experience and process information in a world of information overload through the lens of satire, parody, and theatre of the absurd.