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The 2018 El-Tassi Lecture features Marina Nemat

Nemat is a former teenage Iranian political prisoner. She will be speaking on campus on on Wednesday, May 16, 2018. This event is free and open to the public.

Indigenous Language Revitalization

Relearning a family language, teaching others, learning how to pray — the reasons for taking part in UWinnipeg’s summer 2017 Learn to Speak Ojibwe program were as diverse as the students.

Retiree’s Reception Photo Gallery

Family, friends, and colleagues celebrated this year’s retirees at a reception on Wednesday, May 9, 2018 in Riddell Hall.  The list of retirees include (in alphabetical order): Per Brask, Leonard Cann, James Christie, Lenna Glade, Patty Hawkins, James Henderson, Wendy Josephson, Jacqueline Mikolash, Allen Mills, Sheila Page, Dr. Eleoussa Polyzoi, Brian Rice, Dawn Rittberg, Lesley …Read more >

The Weak Side of the Proton

UWinnipeg’s physicist Dr. Jeffery Martin is one of the Canadian researchers that played a major role in an international collaboration that has gained new insight into the most elusive of the four fundamental forces in nature, the weak force.

Jr. Wesmen teams book nationals berths

A pair of Junior Wesmen volleyball teams have booked their spots in the top tier of the club national championships later this month. The Jr. Wesmen 18U boys team won the provincial gold medal last weekend in Brandon, while the Jr. Wesmen 18U girls team battled to a bronze-medal finish, ensuring they will compete in …Read more >

Long Service Awards Photo Gallery

On Thursday, May 3, The University of Winnipeg recognized long serving faculty and staff members at its annual Long Service Awards celebration. Click through the slideshow above to see a few photos from the event. You can find a full list of all the 2018 honourees here.

UWinnipeg honours our retirees

The University of Winnipeg honours the retirees of 2018.

Krypton calling: Alumna creates languages for Hollywood blockbusters

Dr. Christine’s Schreyer’s fictional languages have appeared in some of the biggest movies of the last few years, including the Kryptonian language used in the 2013 film “Man of Steel.”

Full STEAM Ahead for fun at Science Rendezvous!

UWinnipeg has teamed up with the University of Manitoba for Science Rendezvous on Saturday, May 12. This national event is designed to get kids and adults engaged in science, technology, engineering, art, and math. 

Chris Wiebe’s Canada Research Chair renewed

Wiebe’s research explores quantum materials and how they could be used to develop electronics that are more affordable, power-efficient, and portable than ones currently available.