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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.

Dragonfly the play

UWinnipeg’s Laura Rae, an instructor in women and gender studies and playwright is presenting her original work Dragonfly from March 14 – 24, 2019 at the Rachel Browne Theatre.

UWinnipeg celebrates International Women’s Week

The University of Winnipeg will be celebrating International Women’s Day 2019 all week long, with a series of events that celebrate women’s achievements, support women’s rights and advance gender equality. 

PACE offers new Supply Chain Management Diploma

PACE offers new Supply Chain Management Diploma is the only management level program in Manitoba and it is supported by the Supply Chain Management Association – Manitoba (SCMA). 

David Suzuki and Ian Mauro to tour ‘Beyond Climate’ in BC

Dr. David Suzuki and Dr. Ian Mauro are touring British Columbia this month to promote their new film ‘Beyond Climate.’

UWinnipeg researchers discover an exotic new metal   

UWinnipeg’s Dr. Christopher Wiebe and his Quantum Materials Group have discovered a new material that might be changing our science textbooks. 

New augmented reality sandbox helps students visualize geography

UWinnipeg’s new AR virtual sandbox uses 3D visualization applications to demonstrate geographic concepts while allowing users to physically shape and contour sand.

UWinnipeg prof publishes free digital book

The multi-faceted, performance-based art project and labour of love, Return Atacama, documents the journey of the artist collective CONSTELACIONES.