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Explore empowerment, disability rights, and American policy reform

Dr. David Pettinicchio, (University of Toronto)will be speaking  on Politics of Empowerment, Disability Rights and the Cycle Disability Rights of American Policy Reform on Monday, March 25, 2019 at 12:30 – 1:30 pm, in room 2M70, Manitoba Hall.   

UWinnipeg prof kick starts the Winnipeg General Strike Centenary Lecture Series

UWinnipeg’s Dr. Nolan Reilly kick starts the the Winnipeg Millennium Library’s five-part Winnipeg General Strike Centenary, 1919-2019 Lecture Series on Wednesday, March 20 at 12:00 pm with “Winnipeg 1919: A City in Crisis”.

UWinnipeg readies for 17th annual Spring Pow Wow

One of UWinnipeg’s staple celebrations — the annual Spring Pow Wow — is back for its 17th year on Saturday, March 23. Learn more about the event, its longtime coordinator, and some of the graduating students.

A little garden with a lot of heart

This spring, work on the garden begins starting with a planned blessing of the land on Thursday, March 28 at 4:30 pm that everyone is welcomed to attend.

2019 TEDx UWinnipeg is about freedom

TEDx University of Winnipeg is presenting their talks on Saturday, March 16, 2019 in Eckhardt Gramatté Hall. This year’s theme is Freedom, What does freedom mean to you? 

A lecture on racial justice and Buddhism

UWinnipeg’s Department of Religion & Culture co-presents a pizza-lunch and lecture, From Being “Enlightened” to Being “Woke”: Racial Justice Work in American Convert Buddhism given by  Dr. Ann Gleig, on Tuesday, March 19 in room 2M70, Manitoba Hall.

All welcome at “Indigenization as a Pathway to Resiliency” lecture

The public will have a chance to learn about Indigenization as a Pathway to Resiliency at a free public lecture by UWinnipeg’s President and Vice-Chancellor, Dr. Annette Trimbee, on Friday, March 15.

Medieval art historians invade Winnipeg

UWinnipeg and UManitoba are hosting the 40th edition of the Canadian Conference of Medieval Art Historians, the most important conference on medieval revival art & architecture in North America.

Reaction to provincial budget: Dr. Annette Trimbee

The Manitoba government released the provincial budget this afternoon. The post-secondary education sector received a 0.9 per cent reduction to the operating grant, which is the same reduction that was budgeted last year.   Manitoba’s universities and colleges add significant value to our local economy. This is backed up by strong evidence. The University of …Read more >

UWinnipeg profs are mapping Norway

A trio of UWinnipeg professors are collaborating with NTNU-Gjøvik, Norway to create maps of Norway using satellite images, neural networks and the technology of the Dr. Ezzat A. Ibrahim GPU Educational Lab.