UWinnipeg’s Drs Julie Nagam and Serena Keshavjee are examining the civic impacts of the arts in the lives of Canadians for the Research in Residence: Arts’ Civic Impact project.
Stories about research and innovation taking place on and off campus.
When Research Manitoba and partners announced $1.37M in research funding and the recipients of the 2021 Grants and Awards competition Emma Traynor and Janelle Poiron were thrilled to be on the list.
SSHRC awarded the Thinking Through the Museum (TTTM) research network a 7-year, $2.5 million dollar Partnership Grant for Thinking Through the Museum: A Partnership Approach to Curating Difficult Knowledge in Public.
UWinnipeg's Dr.Ray Silvius has co-authored the report 'Putting Home at the Heart of Refugee Resettlement' that launched earlier this month for The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives in partnership with Immigration Partnership Winnipeg.
Thanks to a $200,000 Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Partnership Development Grant, the ToyBox project, which aims to improve children’s numeracy, literacy, and wellness, is expanding outside of Manitoba.
UWinnipeg received research funding from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) that totals $1,220,535 in Insight Grants.
UWinnipeg’s Dr. Victoria Austen incorporated a Wiki Education assignment into her Roman Britain class. She used class to teach history while training them to be active public-facing researchers who improved several Wikipedia articles.
First-year UWinnipeg student Gracie Grift, a Pathway to Graduate Studies scholar, worked with Dr. Yannick Molgat-Seon to determine which factors predispose healthy individuals to airflow limitation and whether these factors differ based on sex.
The Prairie Climate Centre has launched new content on their Climate Atlas of Canada, which explores some of the health risks and adaptation options facing Canadians regarding climate change and infectious diseases.
When UWinnipeg Senior Scholar Dr. Catherine Taylor led the study, Every Class in Every School, more than a decade ago, it was the first report of its kind to reveal just how prevalent discrimination was for 2SLGBTQ+ students in Canadian secondary schools at the time.