As 2022 comes to a close, we have an opportunity to look back and celebrate the many good news stories and accomplishments The University of Winnipeg community shared this year.
The University of Winnipeg is proud to celebrate Sidney Leggett (BSc Hons, 2022) and Josh Swain (BSc, 2021) during a special virtual McCall MacBain Scholars Reception on Monday, August 29 at 10:00 am CT.
After graduating from UWinnipeg this spring, Sidney Leggett will pursue a fully funded master’s degree at McGill University as a prestigious McCall MacBain Scholar.
Throughout the year, we share many stories celebrating the achievements of women and girls in science. It makes us proud to share stories of students such as Kaitlyn Hanson, Nathalie Turenne, and Sidney Leggett, who all say the connections they made during their studies have set them up for success.
UWinnipeg student Sidney Leggett has been named a finalist for the McCall MacBain Scholarships, which is Canada’s first comprehensive leadership-based scholarship program for master’s and professional studies.
Shining star and Métis computer science student Sidney Leggett's research has resulted in the Automation of the COVID-19 Unintended Outcomes Report written for the Government of Manitoba.
The Pathway to Graduate Studies (P2GS) offered five Indigenous students the opportunity to instruct Indigenous students in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Meet three of these talented students.
The University of Winnipeg and Ubisoft Winnipeg have teamed up to host a free summit celebrating women in tech on Thursday, February 11.
The UWinnipeg Chapter of .caISES has been recognized with the 2020 Stelvio J. Zanin Distinguished Chapter of the Year award.
Sidney Leggett is one of four students across Canada to be welcomed into the Arthur B. McDonald Canadian Astrophysics Research Institute's 2020 cross disciplinary internship program.