The University of Winnipeg is one of three post-secondary institutions in Canada to receive the Robbins-Ollivier Award for Excellence in Equity, which is valued at $100,000.
Diversity and Inclusion
At The University of Winnipeg, work on equity, diversity, and inclusion is ongoing. We work hard to be a learning environment that exposes individuals to diverse ways of thinking, empowers them to contribute to research and scholarly work, and provides opportunities to develop the leadership skills they need to succeed.
Maddy Nowosad, who graduated at UWinnipeg's 122nd Convocation with a Bachelor of Arts (Hons), received the prestigious Mayor's Medal, which is given to a graduating student whose record combines academic distinction and service to the community of Winnipeg.
This month is an opportunity for the campus community to acknowledge, honour, and celebrate the history, culture, resilience, diversity, and significant contributions of First Nations, Métis, and Inuit peoples.
The annual Pride Week ceremony will take place Monday, May 29 at 10:00 a.m. in front of Wesley Hall.
The University of Winnipeg is proud to celebrate Pride Week with a series of events on campus leading up to the Winnipeg Pride Parade on Sunday, June 4.
The University of Winnipeg is proud to have successfully applied for, and received, Stage 1 – Foundation recognition from the Tri-Agency's Dimensions program.
UWinnipeg signs the Scarborough Charter on Anti-Black Racism and Black Inclusion in Canadian Higher Education
UWinnipeg is pleased to become an official signatory of the Scarborough Charter on Anti-Black Racism and Black Inclusion in Canadian Higher Education.
Student applications are currently being accepted for 2023 until Wednesday, March 29.
February is Black History Month, a time to honour the contributions, achievements and experiences of Black people in Canada. Here are a few ways you can participate this year.
UWinnipeg's Gallery 1C03 kicks off the new year with an artist talk by Jaimie Isaac this Wednesday, January 18. Her exhibition, 'Brings to Light,' is generating dialogue around kin, community, and knowledge of intergenerational significance.