Throughout her illustrious career as a writer, editor, art critic, and curator, she has been a champion of the local arts scene and put Winnipeg art on the map in a way that no other individual has in the city’s rich cultural history.
Many of our alumni have achieved great success in their careers and the community. Some are even household names. See our archive of alumni stories for more.
UWinnipeg alumni Derek Elliott and Alexandra Martin helped Winnipeg’s Brandish Agency win Agency Team of the Year at the Canadian Public Relations Society’s National Conference.
Adventurer and energized alumna Maha Ghazal wanted to be a volcanologist, She then set her sights to be a marine biologist, despite living on the prairies. This is her story.
The confidence gained through ELP and PACE programs helped Ukrainian international student Alina Oliinyk achieve her goals.
Alumna and business graduate Ella Greer (BBA4 '16) is a globe trotter. The former Wesmen basketball player has taken her game across continents pursuing a career in business.
In the midst of the 2020 pandemic and isolation, a creative call to action was made by UWinnipeg’s Centre for Research in Cultural Studies and 'Becoming Pandemic: Dwelling in a Lockdown' was born.
Dr. Cathy Mattes, a Michif curator, writer and Associate Professor in History of Art, brought her culture to the classroom in the experiential history course Miyeu Pimaatshiwin, Beading, and Métis Kitchen Table Talk.
As 2021 comes to a close, we have an opportunity to look back and celebrate the many good news stories and accomplishments that The University of Winnipeg community shared this year.
What began as a work study when they were a student in Dr. Pauline Greenhill’s class turned into a published paper for UWinnipeg alum Lou Lamari.
When Dr. Todd Mondor attended The University of Winnipeg in the 1980s, he didn’t have far to travel from his North End neighbourhood. He remembers...