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.
A lack of affordable home rental options and an increase in affordable home ownership are key themes in a recently published Institute of Urban Studies report examining the impact of condo developments on Winnipeg neighbourhoods.
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.
Dr. Sheryl Herrera and Maxina Sheft are co-first authors on a recently published paper examining the first measurement of axon diameters in the human brain that measure only 2 one thousandths of a millimetre (2 μm).
The Manitoba Indigenous Tuberculosis History Project is thrilled to add Postdoctoral Fellow Dr. Anne Lindsay to its team. We are extraordinarily fortunate to be working...
An international team of researchers, led by University of Winnipeg bioanthropologist Dr. Mirjana Roksandic, has announced the naming of a new species of human ancestor, Homo bodoensis.
UWinnipeg psychology and biology student Kerianne Chant has been working with Assiniboine Park Zoo to assess polar bear personalities. The results of this research will directly help the management of the polar bears at the zoo.
The University of Winnipeg community is invited to stop by the third floor of Richardson College for the Environment on Thursday, October 14, 3 - 6 pm to celebrate the opening of the aabijijiwan New Media Lab and kishaadigeh Collaborative Research Centre.
Stellar student research was highlighted this month during the 16th annual Randy Kobes Undergraduate Poster Symposium. The event, for a second consecutive year, was held on Zoom with more than 25 students participating.
The University of Winnipeg's Research Office has expanded its team and moved into a new space in the Richardson College for the Environment and Science.