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Renowned researcher & community leader to receive honorary doctorate

Dr. Pawan K. Singal, an internationally renowned cardiovascular researcher, educator, and community leader will receive an honorary degree at The University of Winnipeg’s autumn convocation.

Roots, Routes and Recognition: Italian Canadians in Literature and the Arts

UWinnipeg welcomes  the Italian Canadians in Literature and the Arts 17th Biennial Conference that runs from September 27 – 29, 2018.

Quillasinga delegation from Colombia visits UWinnipeg

UWinnipeg welcomed the Quillasinga delegation from Colombia for an afternoon of cultural exchange events.

Diversity Food Services recognized for sustainable campus meals

Diversity Food Services was recognized for their sustainable campus meals, as UWinnipeg was ranked the top-scoring Canadian college or university in the annual AASHE Sustainable Campus Index.

Undergraduate research wins at Randy Kobes Symposium

Today’s 13th Annual Randy Kobes Undergraduate Research Symposium featured research from 24 students from across disciplines and departments at UWinnipeg.

Alumni wine and cheese photo gallery

The University of Winnipeg hosted its annual Homecoming Weekend on September 13-16, 2018.

Book on Brian Sinclair co-authored by UWinnipeg history prof

A new book co-authored by UWinnipeg history professor Mary Jane Logan McCallum and University of Manitoba history professor Adele Perry examines the story of Brian Sinclair, a middle-aged, non-Status Anishinaabeg resident of Winnipeg, who arrived in the emergency room of a major downtown hospital in 2008 — and ultimately died from an easily treatable infection …Read more >

Research finds that rules of civility apply, even to Trump

New research by a UWinnipeg psychology professor suggests that incivility harms politicians’ reputations — even during adversarial debate in partisan political environments, and even with the politicians’ most diehard supporters. In a joint study by Dr. Jeremy Frimer, associate professor in psychology at The University of Winnipeg, and Dr. Linda J. Skitka of the University …Read more >

Sexual violence policy at UWinnipeg supports survivors

In June 2018, The University of Winnipeg implemented its Sexual Violence Prevention Policy, which was approved after extensive consultation with UWinnipeg students, as well as the campus community. The policy was required by provincial legislation and builds upon extensive work that UWinnipeg has already done. Students were directly involved in the writing of the policy …Read more >

Fall in love with the Classics!

The UWinnipeg Department of Classics wants you to fall in love with the Classics. ‘New Directions’ in Classics is an interesting and engaging ten-lecture series that is free and open to the public.