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Gallery 1C03's latest exhibition, "The Undead Archive: 100 Years of Photographing Ghosts," resides at the intersection of history, science, and the supernatural.
Dr. Mary Jane Logan McCallum's latest book, which explores the history of student labour at Mount Elgin Indian Residential School, has been shortlisted for an Indigenous Literature Award by the First Nations Community READ program.
El Akkad's residency will take place entirely online from September 18 to December 12. UWinnipeg students, as well as community members, can book writing consultations through email at email@example.com.
Throughout the week, special events, learning opportunities, and activities will be dedicated to honouring Residential School Survivors and learning from Indigenous Peoples and perspectives.
This long-running series, known for its remarkable ability to bridge the gap between the ancient and the modern, kicks off with a book launch on Friday, September 22.
Forty-two UWinnipeg students who received a 2023 Undergraduate Student Research Award were recently celebrated during a special lunch and learn event.
The University of Winnipeg Collegiate will mark its 150th anniversary by welcoming, alumni, faculty, staff, students, and a host of special guests to Wesley Hall for ceremonies and performances on September 21.
An upcoming panel discussion hosted by The University of Winnipeg as part of Homecoming 2023 will delve into the past, present, and future of Winnipeg’s downtown.
Two University of Winnipeg faculty members – Dr. Chantal Fiola and Dr. Mirjana Roksandic – are receiving SSHRC Partnership Development Grants each valued at $199,000.