MacEwan University is bestowing an Honorary Doctor of the University to UWinnipeg instructor Di Brandt in recognition of her literary talents.
Stories about the people that make up UWinnipeg's diverse community.
In celebration of Career Month, UWinnipeg alum Dean Dias will share his career story on Instagram Live on Tuesday, November 2, at 11:30 am.
As she prepared to move on from her undergraduate studies, Larissa Zacharuk was uncertain how she would go from campus to career. The Joint Master in Public Administration – and it's co-op component – put her on a path to professional life.
The University of Winnipeg welcomed Dr. Annette Trimbee, the 8th President and Vice-Chancellor, back to campus last week for a series of events that included a presidential portrait unveiling, announcement of new scholarships, and the 119th Convocation.
It’s one of the great UWinnipeg traditions, but this year’s Rock Climb will take on a new form thanks to the creativity of a recent Applied Computer Science graduate.
Dr. William Rory Dickson has been invited to speak at the prestigious Monash University in Melbourne, Australia, as part of 'The Hidden Treasure: Ibn Arabi Seminar Series.'
A long educational journey has brought Lisa Bebyck to UWinnipeg's Master of Arts in Applied Economics program, and her experience has opened doors she hadn't previously thought were possible.
Rotimi Owoade’s infatuation with UWinnipeg's Master in Management program began when he was asked to act as a reference for a friend enrolling in the program. That led him to do his own research into what his friend would be studying. The next thing he knew, Owoade wasn’t a reference but an applicant.
Sarah Hodges-Kolisnyk left a lasting impression on Dr. Serena Keshavjee as an undergrad, and now the Cultural Studies graduate student is aiding in an upcoming exhibition.
University of Winnipeg’s Dr. Jason Hannan’s book, Meatsplaining: The Animal Agriculture Industry and the Rhetoric of Denial (Animal Publics), is part of the Sustainable Gastronomy...