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Weweni Indigenous Scholar Dr. Lorna Williams

Dr.Williams will be speaking on “How Universities can Support Indigenous Language Revitalization and Maintenance” on Wednesday, January 11th at 12:30 pm –1:30 pm in Eckhardt-Gramatté Hall. Admission is free and all are welcome.

Students! Join the fun at Snowed In

Snowed In Jan 4 to Jan 6, 2017 UWSA presents~ Snowed In ~ from January 4 to 6, 2017 Wednesday | Thursday | Friday + Indoor & Outdoor Activities ++ Cabin Vibes @ The Hive Soup/Stew @ 12:30 – From your favourite local lunch spots Video Games & Board Games Music from CKUW & Stylus …Read more >

50/50 Raffle draw celebrating 50th anniversary on January 9

2017 is special for The University of Winnipeg as we celebrate our 50th anniversary with a year of events and activities. We have created two unique funds in honour of the anniversary to support students – the   50th Anniversary Opportunity Fund Bursary and the 50th Anniversary Entrance Scholarship. Tickets are available on campus Mondays and …Read more >

Dr. and Mrs. Roderick Hunter Scholars announced

A lifelong learner and volunteer Ruth Dickinson and avid debater and human rights advocate Adrienne Tessier have earned the Dr. and Mrs. Roderick Hunter Scholarship.