Growing up in a farming village in Pangasinan, Philippines, UWinnipeg student Aira Villanueva was climbing mango*, star apple and java plum fruiting trees for fun...
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ClimateWest is a non-profit regional hub that will deliver credible climate information, data, and adaptation guidance tailored to the prairie region.
Acclaimed Canadian poet and short story writer Souvankham Thammavongsa is UWinnipeg’s 2021 Carol Shields Writer-in-Residence. Thammavongsa is also a recent winner of the esteemed 2020 Scotiabank...
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.
The University of Winnipeg and Virtuosi Concerts jointly announce that after 30 years, their association will have its finale on March 31, 2021 due to...
University of Winnipeg educators Dr. Lloyd Kornelsen and Dr. Karen Magro, along with Geraldine Balzer from the University of Saskatchewan, have co-edited a valuable new resource for teachers encouraging young people to cultivate global responsibility.
A trio of University of Winnipeg students tested their skills at a recent IEEEXtreme 24 programming competition, competing with student programmers around the world to solve a set of complex programming problems.
Women's and Gender Studies Professor Dr. Pauline Greenhill has been elected a fellow of the American Folklore Society, an honorary body of folklorists recognized for outstanding contributions to the field.
A look back at 12 months of stories highlighting the innovation and resilience of The University of Winnipeg community.
'Aakoziiwigamig: An Ojibwe Radio Drama' will be airing every second second on NCI, starting Wednesday, January 13. The show was created as a way of sharing the language with the community.