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5th Grass Routes Sustainability Festival kicks off on October 6

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE WINNIPEG, Sept. 29, 2014 – Grass Routes is an annual festival put on by the University of Winnipeg Students’ Association (UWSA) and the Campus Sustainability Office at The University of Winnipeg. The theme for the 5th Grass Routes festival is “Intersections”, the crossroads between the streets, the art, the politics, the design, …Read more >

A Critical Ethnography of Resilience

A lecture on Gender and Justice in Post-Disaster Recovery: A Critical Ethnography of Resilience in Ica, Peru, on October 22, 2014 by Fulbright Scholar Dr. Stephanie Kane.

A sea of Blue Berets enroute to Wesley Hall

This Sunday, September 28, 2014 at 1:45 pm they will march as part of the International Association of Women Police conference in held in Winnipeg.

CKUW to open up airwaves for Culture Days

DIY DJ event to return September 26 CKUW relies on volunteers to create the unique sounds and conversations you won’t hear over commercial airwaves.  But it’s not every day that those volunteers come up with something that surprises those who know the station well. With DIY DJ, it’s a different story. “One woman brought a …Read more >

Join Us As We Celebrate A New Era

It’s an exciting time for those of us who teach, study, and conduct research in the area of Kinesiology, and who coach, plan, and lead athletic programming at The University of Winnipeg. What began with a few courses fifty years ago is today the Gupta Faculty of Kinesiology and Applied Health. Please join us as …Read more >

Mennonite Conference

WINNIPEG, MB – Ex-Mennonite/ Near Mennonite: Liturgical, Non-denominational, Secular, an academic and community education conference will be held from October 3 – 4, 2014 in Convocation Hall, Wesley (515 Portage Avenue). The conference is hosted by The University of Winnipeg Chair in Mennonite Studies and is free and open to the public. “This conference considers …Read more >

UWinnipeg physicist Dr. Melanie Martin makes reality TV debut

Martin is one of close to three dozen Canadians competing in CBC’s ‘Canada’s Smartest Person’.

Religion, Rights and Relationships in Israel and the West Bank

UWinnipeg’s Global College is offering an interactive field course that will take you to Israel and the West Bank during winter term.

Winners of the Kobes Undergraduate Poster Session

Twenty-seven dedicated undergraduate students presented their research to judges in the Atrium of the Richardson College for the Environment, A privilege usually reserved for graduate students at other universities, but an opportunity shared with the undergraduates at UWinnipeg.

Wesmen in running to host national volleyball championships

  The University of Winnipeg Wesmen could play host to the national volleyball championships. Details here.