Faculty and Staff

Emslie appointed Vice-President, Finance and Administration

President and Vice-Chancellor Dr. Annette Trimbee is pleased to announce that Michael (Mike) Emslie is the successful candidate in the search for Vice-President, Finance and Administration at The University of Winnipeg. Mike has worked at the University since 2007 when he was hired as Director of Audit and Risk Management. He moved to the Financial …Read more >

AnX area named The Annabelle and Herb Mays Education Commons

The University of Winnipeg’s Faculty of Education today unveiled a plaque naming the lower level of the AnX The Annabelle and Herb Mays Education Commons. The area consists of classrooms, offices, and a student lounge. Annabelle and the late Herb Mays were instrumental in the early creation of what is today, a flourishing Faculty of Education. …Read more >

New Canada Research Chair in Culture and Public Memory

UWinnipeg welcomes the appointment of Dr. Angela Failler a new Research Chair (CRC) in Culture and Public Memory. UWinnipeg now has five prestigious CRCs on campus that strengthen UWinnipeg’s position as a world leader in research and development.

UWinnipeg’s Wong awarded prestigious post in China

WINNIPEG, MB–Dr. Charles Wong, University of Winnipeg’s Canada Research Chair in Ecotoxicology, has been appointed Jinan University Chair Professor at the School of Environment of Jinan University, Guangzhou, People’s Republic of China. This endowed three-year visiting professorship, which begins November 2016, is designed to attract outstanding researchers with an international reputation to share their expertise …Read more >

Female suicide bombers book launch on campus Nov. 23

UWinnipeg Associate Professor of political science, Dr. Tanya Narozhna is launching a book co-authored with Professor W. Andy Knight, University of Alberta, entitled Female Suicide Bombers – A Critical Gender Approach, published by University of Toronto Press.  Their research examined 300 female suicide bombers dating back to the 1980s. Everyone is welcome to attend the …Read more >

Campus sexual violence – creating a culture of collaboration

UWinnipeg staff and student share keynote at national conference in Toronto; premiere student video WINNIPEG, MB – When Jan Byrd was asked to deliver a keynote address at a national conference dedicated to campus sexual violence later this week, she agreed….as long as she could share her platform with a University of Winnipeg student leader. …Read more >

UWinnipeg prof appointed to Senate

All three new Manitoba Senators have ties to UWinnipeg — McPhedran takes her human rights expertise to Ottawa; UWinnipeg instructor Bovey appointed to serve; UWinnipeg graduate Chochinov also appointed WINNIPEG, MB –The University of Winnipeg community proudly congratulates Marilou McPhedran, Director of the Institute for International Women’s Rights, Global College, on her appointment to Canada’s …Read more >

Flu shots on campus: October 24 and 25

A drop-in Flu Vaccination Clinic is being held on October 24th and 25th, in Riddell Hall from 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., offered by the senior students and pharmacists from the College of Pharmacy, University of Manitoba. The vaccination is free for all students, staff, faculty and community members wishing to receive it. Please come prepared: Bring your Manitoba …Read more >

David Atem presenting at Peacebuilding and Reconciliation conference

UWinnipeg Academic Advisor and former child soldier David Atem is presenting an International Graduate Student Conference entitled Peacebuilding and Reconciliation in Divided Societies that takes place October 21 and October 22, 2016. The theme, Peace Leadership, is understood broadly to include various approaches to developing innovative, communicative, and empowering processes for transforming, managing, and resolving …Read more >

Examining female suicide bombers – new book by UWinnipeg prof

We increasingly read grim news stories from around the world involving female suicide bombers. We often assume these women have been victimized, based on our gender stereotypes of women as nurturing, maternal and peaceful.  Associate Professor of political science, Dr. Tanya Narozhna’s research examined 300 female suicide bombers dating back to the 1980s. She has …Read more >