Dr. Ed Cloutis was thrilled when NASA’s Perseverance Rover touched down on Mars last week, a moment captured in a series of photos and videos that his team helped make possible.
Stories about research and innovation taking place on and off campus.
UWinnipeg’s Faculty of Graduate Studies hosts its Eighth Annual Three Minute Thesis Competition (3MT) on Thursday, March 4, 2021 from 10:00am-12:00pm will be held via Zoom.
Dr. Satyendra Singh's latest book provides students, marketers, and entrepreneurs with a global perspective on luxury and fashion marketing. He hopes it will inspire a shift beyond local and national markets to meet a worldwide demand for elegant products.
In celebration of International Day of Women and Girls in Science on February 11, The University of Winnipeg is proud of the work being done locally and globally to empower women to pursue STEM education and careers.
Thanks to the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council ()’s five University of Winnipeg professors are working with community partners to understand and address COVID-19-related issues.
Dr. Conor Whately’s new book, An Introduction to the Roman Military, starts with a historical overview then introduces three historical Roman soldiers — Titus Pullo from the late republic, Aurelius Polion from the high imperial era, and Flavius Aemilianus from late antiquity.
University of Winnipeg Classics Professor Dr. Melissa Funke is part of a group of academics from across Canada and the United States whose open-access and...
ClimateWest is a non-profit regional hub that will deliver credible climate information, data, and adaptation guidance tailored to the prairie region.
The ToyBox project, created by Sheri-Lynn Skwarchuk, is looking to have 800 Manitoban families test their newest set of literacy, numeracy, and wellness strategies.
In the most recent Research Question podcast, Dr. Mary Jane Logan McCallum explains why it's so important to look to history to understand present day forms of structural racism.