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Project examines influence of HBC on city development

When the City of Winnipeg was incorporated in 1873, the Hudson’s Bay Company (HBC) was the city’s largest landowner. This is one of the many interesting discoveries graduate student Abigail Auld uncovered while completing her practicum for her Master’s in Cultural Studies at the Hudson’s Bay Company Archives at the Archives of Manitoba. Auld’s project …Read more >

Joint Radiation Therapy Degree Created

Winnipeg, MB – CancerCare Manitoba (CCMB) and the University of Winnipeg are pleased to announce a joint diploma/degree program in radiation therapy for Manitoba students. The joint program builds on educational programming CCMB has offered to students, by including the enhanced educational programming at UWinnipeg. Working together, both CCMB and UWinnipeg expanded the program with …Read more >

Global study examines life in seven Mennonite communities

Dr. Royden Loewen is leading an international study which will see seven graduate students live in Mennonite villages around the world to conduct oral histories and gather ethnographic research

Eco-Kids on Campus Graduate

 130 inner city children receive certificates of completion  Eco-Kids receive their certificates, June 25, 2013  A very special graduation took place at The University of Winnipeg on Tuesday, June 25, 2013 as 130 inner city students in grade six at Strathcona Elementary School, William Whyte Elementary School and Sister MacNamara School received certificates for completing …Read more >

UWinnipeg creates new United Centre for Theological Studies

 Creating a hub of ecumenical, interfaith, and intercultural studies and outreach WINNIPEG, MB – The University of Winnipeg is fortifying roots that go back more than a century while looking ahead to the coming decades to offer a rejuvenated theological education, creating a new United Centre for Theological Studies, to be located prominently on Portage …Read more >

Board of Regents approves 2013-2014 Operating Budget

WINNIPEG, MB –The University of Winnipeg’s Board of Regents this evening approved an Operating Budget of $116 million for the 2013-2014 fiscal year. The budget reflects funding priorities to actualize Phase Two of key objectives articulated by President and Vice-Chancellor Dr. Lloyd Axworthy in his State of the University address in September 2012. The key …Read more >

Frequently Asked Questions Operating Budget 2013-2014

Frequently Asked Questions – Operating Budget 2013-2014 June 24, 2013 Preamble:  This document focuses primarily on the annual Operating Budget, approved by the Board of Regents on June 24, 2013.  The University of Winnipeg has four distinct potential pools of funds. a)     The Operating Budget, which pays for salaries, benefits and day to day campus …Read more >

Leading Indigenous Inclusion Slideshow

UWinnipeg leading the way for Indigenous inclusion

UWinnipeg is proud to lead by example in creating a supportive, respectful, and inclusive learning experience that reflects Indigenous cultures and traditions.

UWinnipeg recognized for quality, productivity by national organization

WINNIPEG, MB – The Canadian Association of University Business Officers (CAUBO) singled out The University of Winnipeg from among more than a dozen primarily large universities in Canada for providing leadership in community renewal. UWinnipeg’s Community Renewal Corporation (UWCRC) received a plaque and an Honourable Mention at CAUBO’s 2013 Quality and Productivity Awards this past …Read more >