UWinnipeg chemist Dr. Chris Wiebe and physicist Dr. Blair Jamieson received Research Manitoba 2020 CFI Innovation Fund Matching Program grants in early March, supporting Manitoba's vital contribution to multi-institutional, world-class innovation.
Stories about research and innovation taking place on and off campus.
Callum Goulet-Kilgour and Dr. Hugh Grant are hoping to better understand the experiences of Chinese immigrants who arrived in Canada between 1885 – 1923 through a research project this summer.
The second annual Early Career Researcher Day (ECRD) returned this year and was successfully delivered via Zoom.
Dr. Matthew Flisfeder's new book, Algorithmic Desire, explores how digital platforms and algorithmic logic shape our experience of democracy, enjoyment, and desire.
Professor Shannon Vickers has been recognized with a Dudley Knight Award for Outstanding Vocal Scholarship for her recently published paper Accent and Language Training for the Indigenous Performer: Results of Four Focus Groups.
A new book co-written by UWinnipeg's Dr. Kimberley Ducey is a timely forensic expose of the elite racism experienced by Meghan Markle and her husband Prince Harry in the Royal household.
The University of Winnipeg’s Faculty of Graduate Studies held its eighth annual Three Minute Thesis (3MT™) competition on Thursday, March 4, 2021 via Zoom.
Thanks to the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC)’s Partnership Engage Grants, University of Winnipeg professors are working with community partners to understand and address COVID-19-related issues experienced by local community groups.
The University of Winnipeg will be building a world-class facility that that will allow for the most detailed measurements of neutrino interactions.
Dr. Pauline Greenhill and Jennifer Hammond Sebring's recently published research uncovers contrasting cultural narratives of disability. Their article, The Body Binary, is the result of a work-study Sebring began after she signed up for Greenhill's class, Gender in Fairytale Film and Cinematic Folklore (WGS-3005).