UWinnipeg researchers in the Department of German-Canadian Studies receive the Waterloo Centre for German Studies Diversity and Inclusion Grant for a new project titled “What They Can Teach Us: Stories from German Canadian Women 1950-1993."
UWinnipeg's Dr. Sanoji Wijenayake has received a Manitoba Medical Service Foundation Operating Grant to research the neurodevelopmental effects of maternal obesity exposure and to characterize the functional roles of milk exosomes, a new class of nanovesicles abundant in mammalian milk.
During the 2021/22 academic year, The University of Winnipeg's Research Office supported more than 120 faculty and student research projects with more than $500,000 in internal funding.
Dr. Ed Cloutis was one of four Canadian university researchers to receive a funding grant from the Canadian Space Agency to advance scientific knowledge of the Sun–Earth system, the solar system and the universe through participation in international science missions.
Researchers will be actively testing machine learning models in the field this spring thanks to a collaborative digital agriculture project led by UWinnipeg's Dr. Christopher Bidinosti, Department of Physics, and Dr. Christopher Henry, Department of Applied Computer Science.
UWinnipeg researcher and political scientist Dr. Ray Silvius has received more than $300,000 in funding from Immigration Research West at the University of Manitoba for the multi-year project Improving Employment Outcomes for Former Refugees in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta.
The Prison Pandemic Papers, a project led by Dr. Kevin Walby, launched online this week, making available previously unpublished government records obtained using access to information and freedom of information requests submitted to governments across Canada.
Thirteen University of Winnipeg Faculty of Graduate students will be presenting their research during the ninth annual Three-Minute Thesis competition. The virtual event will take place March 3 from 2:00 to 4:00 pm on Zoom.
According to a new study co-authored by UWinnipeg's Dr. Nora Casson, warming winters in the northeastern United States and eastern Canada are impacting everything from ecosystems to the economy.
The first report from the Canadian Reconciliation Barometer highlights the need to invest in education about Residential Schools—as well as Indigenous Peoples experiences in Canada more broadly.