Experiential Learning

Spring and Summer Institutes offered for 2017

The University and the Public Good – May 1 to May 12 Dr. W. Rory Dickson, Assistant Professor, Religion and Culture This course is open to all UWinnipeg students as an upper-level seminar course: pre-requisite is 6 credit hours in Religion & Culture courses. The University of Winnipeg’s 50th Anniversary presents the campus community with an …Read more >

Further collaboration with Norway on energy

Trondheim, Norway:  A UWinnipeg team is in Norway to strengthen energy research and sustainability initiatives. This is part of a three year project with the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), funded by the Norwegian Centre for International Cooperation in Education. An exciting aspect of this program is the development of comparative course focused …Read more >

UWinnipeg and FortWhyte collaborate on research, education

Students and researchers have a new habitat to study in, thanks to a beneficial partnership established between UWinnipeg and FortWhyte Alive.

Romeo Saganash speaks at UWinnipeg

Romeo Saganash, MP of Abitibi–Baie-James–Nunavik–Eeyou, Quebec will be speaking at UWinnipeg on Friday November 18 at 1:00 – 2:30 pm, on the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People and experiential learning.

Doing business differently – free conference for youth

Doing business differently – conference teaches youth about the co-op movement A youth engagement conference to be hosted at The University of Winnipeg on October 22 will showcase cooperatives as viable businesses that are community-focused, balancing people, planet and profit. The conference is a collaboration between UWinnipeg’s Business Chair of Cooperative Enterprises and Populus, a …Read more >

A class where the buffalo roam

Living in traditional tipis among the bison at the ANPO-Bison Ranch, near Rossburn, Manitoba was part of a history class at UWinnipeg this past summer.

Shoal Lake to Winnipeg: Practicing Land-Based Reconciliation

Imagine learning survival skills from indigenous knowledge keepers, canoeing, hearing teachings and stories from elders, and feasting on traditional foods as part of a summer university credit course.

What happens in Vegas won’t stay in Vegas

UWinnipeg students have returned from their geography field seminar that took them to Las Vegas, Nevada and the Mojave Desert where they applied practical skills to field research.