The Pathways 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.
Stories celebrating UWinnipeg's Indigenous community.
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.
Wii Chiiwaakanak Learning Centre is hosting its annual Indigenous STEAM Summer Camp during the last two weeks of July. Hosted on campus, activities combine Indigenous knowledge with other departments at the University, such as chemistry, physics, computer science, and biology.
Before heading to medical school this fall, Felicia Sinclair is spending her summer taking part in molecular neuroscience research with Dr. Renee Douville as part of UWinnipeg's Indigenous Summer Scholar Program.
University of Winnipeg student Sharissa Neault is working with the Manitoba Indigenous Cultural Education Centre to share Cree (Ininímowin) with others on TikTok.
Students will soon be able to work toward a Bachelor of Arts in Indigenous Languages thanks to a new thematic major launching at The University of Winnipeg this fall.
University Archivist and Digital Curator Brett Lougheed, and Canada Research Chair in Indigenous People, History, and Archives Mary Jane Logan McCallum are establishing an Indigenous Course Requirement Collection to document and care for the history of The University of Winnipeg's Indigenous Course Requirement.
The Royal Society of Chemistry has recognized Canada Research Chairs Dr. Christopher Wiebe and Dr. Jaime Cidro's Indigenizing Chemistry at The University of Winnipeg project with a grant in support of Indigenous-based scholarships and research.
The Association for Manitoba Archives has recognized Dr. Mary Jane McCallum and Dr. Erin Millions with a 2021 Manitoba Day Award for their project, Indigenous Afternoons in the Archives.
The Wii Chiiwaakanak Learning Centre donated 28 Chromebook laptops to families of the Spence Neighbourhood Association's Building Belonging program to help with the move to remote learning.