Emma Friesen, who is a member of the Wesmen Athletics' women's soccer team, took home first-place honours at the symposium for presenting her undergraduate thesis: "Voxel-Based Analysis of the Mouse Corpus Callosum Using Oscillating Gradient Spin Echo MRI Pulse Sequences."
We work hard to be a learning environment that exposes students 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.
The University of Winnipeg has surpassed $1 million in Mitacs internships for the third consecutive year, allowing undergraduate and graduate students to do research across disciplines.
Five University of Winnipeg Faculty of Graduate Studies students – Annie Martel, Hassan Abdulkadir, Isabella Lu, Ayomide Fatogun, and Pranav Sadana – received $12,000 Master's Studentship Awards through Research Mantioba's 2023 Grants and Awards Competition.
The University of Winnipeg is once again sending a large cohort of students to the Women in Physics Canada Conference, which is taking place July 4 to 7 at the University of Manitoba.
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.
Adrianna Strempler and Tim Rozovsky are being recognized for their high academic standing, outstanding leadership qualities, and significant extracurricular involvements on campus.
The University of Winnipeg's Pathway to Graduate Studies celebrated its milestone fifth year in May. Nine Indigenous undergraduate students and more than 20 faculty members participated in the four-week Faculty of Graduate Studies program from May 1 to 26.
On Friday, May 12, The University of Winnipeg was pleased to recognize and celebrate its Indigenous students, faculty, and community at the 2023 Honouring Indigenous Achievement event.
Faculty of Graduate Studies student Michelle Beltran will be representing UWinnipeg at the Western Regional 3-Minute Thesis Competition at the University of Saskatchewan on May 25.
Cameron Adams (BEd/BA’23) is the third consecutive UWinnipeg student to be named a McCall MacBain Scholar and one of only 20 Canadian post-secondary students to receive the scholarship this year.