Faculty of Graduate Studies

Careers in Culture: Studying Curatorial Practices at UWinnipeg

Graduates of The University of Winnipeg’s Cultural Studies MA Program: Curatorial Arts Stream are making waves in the arts and culture scene. Watch the videos below to find out more about this exciting opportunity for an interdisciplinary education in the cultural sector. Program graduate Angeliki Bogaijti   Dr. Stephen Borys, University of Winnipeg Adjunct Professor, …Read more >

Honouring Graduating Students

Every student has a story worth celebrating.

Curatorial students benefit from expertise of Dr. Stephen Borys

Recent winner of the Manuela Dias Book Design of the Year, Dr. Stephen Borys, Director & CEO of the Winnipeg Art Gallery (WAG) also is an adjunct professor at UWinnipeg.

UWinnipeg MA graduate earns award for look into city’s past

The University of Winnipeg extends its congratulations to Masters in Cultural Studies, Curatorial Practices Graduate Abigail Auld, for receiving a Manitoba Day Award for her project WPGxHBC. She completed the multimedia project as part of her MA program practicum with the Hudson’s Bay Company Archives, Archives of Manitoba. WPGxHBC allows users to explore the early …Read more >

Watch UWinnipeg Student Compete in Western Canadian 3MT Competition

His 3MT (Three Minute Thesis) presentation rose to the top at UWinnipeg’s 6th Annual Graduate Students Research Colloquium, now Matthew Turnbull (MSc in BioScience, Technology and Public Policy Program) is slated to compete this afternoon against the other top 3MT winners from universities across Western Canada. As one of a dozen graduate students at The …Read more >

Public Health in the 21st Century Lecture Series

Given by Dr. Joel Kettner, Manitoba’s former Chief Public Health Officer and Senior Fellow with UWinnipeg’s Master’s in Development Practice program

Free public lecture – Metis land claim – Thomas Berger

  The public and media are invited to attend a free public lecture entitled A Brief History of the Supreme Court Decision on the Métis Land Claim Case with Aboriginal-rights lawyer and former Justice of the BC  Supreme Court, Thomas Berger. In 1977, Thomas Berger recommended that the Canadian Government place more value on Aboriginal …Read more >

Supporting Metis scholarship

UWinnipeg Metis student receives $5,000 Fellowship WINNIPEG, MB – Brielle Beaudin is a 25-year-old University of Winnipeg student originally from St. Eustache, Manitoba with a keen interest in land use, food production and the environment. She has just received the $5,000 Audreen Hourie Graduate Fellowship, established at UWinnipeg in 2008 by the Manitoba Metis Federation, …Read more >

UWinnipeg Students Take Part In Official State Visit To Ghana

Douglas Baba, Reuben Garang, and Megan Prydun are in Ghana until July on an international work placement through UWinnipeg’s MDP program.

UWinnipeg to Host International Conference

 Renowned Educators Share Strategies to Support At-Risk-Youth WINNIPEG, MB – The University of Winnipeg’s Faculty of Education is hosting an international conference from July 10 to 13, 2013 where renowned educators will gather to share best practices and strategies for supporting at-risk-youth in a series of seminars. The joint Lost Prizes/International Centre for Innovation in …Read more >