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UWinnipeg alumna continues to garner attention for her research

UWinnipeg alumna, Dr. Alannah Hallas, continues to make waves with her neutron scattering research. Hallas is the recipient of the prestigious 2018 Prize for Outstanding Student Research of the Neutron Scattering Society of America.

Students share compelling Indigenous research

The University of Winnipeg hosted a special Three Minute Thesis competition  focused on Indigenous research with graduate students from UWinnipeg, UManitoba and Pueblo Nation from Arizona State University.

Unveiling Sufism: From Manhattan to Mecca in Winnipeg

UWinnipeg’s Dr. William Rory Dickson (Religion and Culture) is launching his new book Unveiling Sufism: From Manhattan to Mecca on Thursday, March 15 at 7:30 pm at McNally Robinson Booksellers.

Statement on comments at “My Jerusalem” panel discussion 

The University of Winnipeg values the diversity of people who form our campus and community. UWinnipeg supports open dialogue, freedom of expression and is committed to creating safe spaces for respectful discussion. We oppose the targeting of people and communities because of race, religion, disability, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, nationality, gender, sexual orientation and immigrant status. The …Read more >

Diversity named greenest large restaurant in Canada

UWinnipeg’s Diversity Food Service has been named greenest large restaurant in Canada for its commitment to sustainability and innovative business model.

UWSA election underway – time to vote!

Students may vote in the UWSA election from March 5 to March 7.  Get details here.    

Power outage affecting west campus

Update (March 6):  The daycare has re-opened today and is operating normally. The building’s transformer was damaged during the snowstorm earlier this week. We have acquired a temporary generator to provide electricity until repairs to the transformer are completed.  —————————– Update: 12:00 pm: The UWSA Day Care will be closed for the rest of today …Read more >

Statement regarding Jon Paul Fiorentino

Jon Paul Fiorentino was a contract academic staff member at The University of Winnipeg in 2003, during which time he taught in the Centre for Academic Writing. He is not a UWinnipeg graduate, and as a well-known writer, he did give a guest lecture here recently. In light of recent allegations of sexual misconduct by …Read more >

Finding community in 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. According to Hera Nalam, taking classes in UWinnipeg’s Department of Theatre and Film is more like spending time with family than schoolwork. “To be surrounded by …Read more >

Investment in fundamental research benefits us all

Published in the Winnipeg Free Press, Thursday, March 1, 2018           By Annette Trimbee This week, the federal government announced a major investment in fundamental research that is being enthusiastically welcomed throughout the nation’s research community. Budget 2018 includes a commitment of $3.8 billion over the next five years which will be provided via the …Read more >