Alumni

UWinnipeg celebrates the Susan A. Thompson Building

Today, Winnipeg’s City Council voted unanimously in favor of renaming the Administration Building (510 Main Street) the Susan A. Thompson Building.

UWinnipeg grad a rising literary star

UWinnipeg graduate Katherena Vermette already has one Governor General’s award and was shortlisted for a second one for her debut novel, The Break, about a young Métis mother in Winnipeg’s North End. The novel is garnering strong reviews from national media and critics including the Globe and Mail, which calls it “an incredible feat of …Read more >

Images from UWinnipeg’s 108th Convocation Celebration

Check out UWinnipeg’s 108th Convocation mini photo gallery.

Spotlight on Rhetoric, Writing, and Communications

The Rhetoric, Writing and Communications program offers studies in theory, analysis, and practice of a variety of communications.

Entrepreneur Ida Albo To Receive Honorary Doctorate

An accomplished economist, successful entrepreneur, and ardent community supporter whose impassioned generosity and civic pride drives her desire to improve the quality of life for all Winnipeggers, Ida Albo will receive an honorary degree at UWinnipeg’s 108th Convocation on October 14th. As co-owner of Winnipeg’s iconic Fort Garry Hotel, Spa and Conference Centre, Albo has …Read more >

Renowned Architectural Historian Receives Distinguished Alumni Award

The University of Winnipeg Alumni Council is pleased to announce Dr. Frank Albo as recipient of the Distinguished Alumni Award for the Autumn 2016 convocation ceremonies. Dr. Albo is an internationally renowned architectural historian and known locally as the inspiration behind The Hermetic Code, a bestselling book detailing the fascinating secrets and symbolism of the …Read more >

UWinnipeg film makers head to TIFF

A trio of UWinnipeg Film alum will be premiering their film Imitations at the prestigious 2016 Toronto International Film. The Festival runs from September 8 – 18, 2016.

UWinnipeg student published in a prestigious journal

UWinnipeg alumna, Ashleigh Sanduliak, was recently published in the prestigious ‘Studies in Religion journal’, for her “Researching the Self: The Ethics of Auto-ethnography and an Aboriginal Research Methodology”.

UWinnipeg welcomes the new CEO of the Ukrainian Canadian Congress

UWinnipeg welcomes the appointment of our distinguished alum Ihor Hnatiw Michalchyshyn as the new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Ukrainian Canadian Congress.

Wes Lee Coyote needs extreme makeover!

 Crowdfunding site launched to rejuvenate hardworking Wesmen mascot   WINNIPEG, MB – Being a university mascot for a big-time sports operation like the Wesmen Athletics program is a demanding job.  From Wesmen Volleyball, Basketball, Soccer, Wrestling and Baseball, Wes Lee Coyote attends more than 50 games and events each year, dancing up a storm and …Read more >