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Exploring the applications of organic chemistry

This profile is part of our Education with Impact series. Find out how you can make a difference by studying chemistry at The University of Winnipeg here. Like many students in their first-year of university, Jake Blackner wasn’t sure what he wanted to study when he came to UWinnipeg. One year and a couple of …Read more >

The art and science of psychology

This profile is part of our Education with Impact series. Find out how you can make a difference by studying psychology at The University of Winnipeg here. Raven Rickner has always been interested in people — the way they behave, the way they think, and the way they interact. She decided to study psychology at …Read more >

Working towards reconciliation through economics

This profile is part of our Education with Impact series. Find out how you can make a difference by studying economics at The University of Winnipeg here. Kiernan Gange hopes to use his economics degree to contribute to reconciliation in Canada. The fourth-year honours student is drawn to the study of economics because of its …Read more >

Using personal experiences to help others communicate

This profile is part of our Education with Impact series. Find out how you can make a difference by studying psychology at The University of Winnipeg here. Janel Bortoluzzi is currently learning everything she can about the brain and how it works, so she can help people with communications barriers in the future. Once she …Read more >

Seeing the world differently with quantum chemistry

This profile is part of our Education with Impact series. Find out how you can make a difference by studying chemistry at The University of Winnipeg here. Megan Rutherford’s quantum chemistry journey started in a roundabout way. After initially declaring as a biochemistry major, taking time off school to travel, and working with exploited youth …Read more >

Examining the dynamics of people and places

This profile is part of our Education with Impact series. Find out how you can make a difference by studying geography at The University of Winnipeg here. For Bronwyn Butterfield, geography and creativity go hand-in-hand. The fourth-year Bachelor of Arts Honours student says her focus on both the human and physical streams of geography has …Read more >

Economics for a better world

This profile is part of our Education with Impact series. Find out how you can make a difference by studying economics at The University of Winnipeg here. Can we develop our economies without sacrificing the environment? What is the economic impact of climate change? How can nations overcome low incomes and poor health? These are …Read more >

Empowering marginalized voices through theatre and film

This profile is part of our Education with Impact series. Find out how you can make a difference by studying theatre and film at The University of Winnipeg here. Melissa Langdon is a fourth-year honours student in UWinnipeg’s Department of Theatre and Film. Her decision to study theatre at a post-secondary level stems from her …Read more >

Hidden talents shine at UWinnipeg’s Class Acts IX

All proceeds are donated to The University of Winnipeg General Scholarship Fund Prepare to be entertained at the highly anticipated Class Acts 9, which returns to Eckhardt-Gramatté Hall on Friday, March 9 at 7:00 pm. The evening covers the musical and arts performance spectrum — from classical to blues, blended with magic, theatre, poetry, and …Read more >

UWinnipeg Russian Mennonite Fellowship to crack open KGB archives

In the 1930s, thousands of Mennonites disappeared in Russia without a trace. A newly announced UWinnipeg Fellowship wants to crack into KGB archives to uncover the stories of lost relatives.