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UWinnipeg alum wins 2018 Manitoba Human Rights Commitment Award

Award winning playwright, actor, director, and UWinnipeg alum Daniel Thau-Eleff is receiving the 2018 Manitoba Human Rights Commitment Award for his work in addressing challenging issues regarding justice and human rights through theatre.

Laurel Repski is retiring

UWinnipeg is hosting a retirement party on Friday, December 7, at 2:30 pm in Convocation Hall, to honour Laurel Repski’s 12 years of service as the VP of Human Resources, Audit, Campus Sustainability and Health and Safety.  Everyone is welcome to attend.

National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women

Everyone is welcome to attend Gallery 1C03’s memorial display and artwork talk taking place Monday, December 3 at The University of Winnipeg’s Riddell Hall to commemorate National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women.

Future Student Night 2018

Hundreds of prospective students and their parents attended The University of Winnipeg’s Future Student Night on Wednesday.

Icelandic Canadian perspectives on World War One

UWinnipeg student Madison Herget-Schmidt creates an exhibition at the New Iceland Heritage Museum honouring the soldiers from World War I.

UWinnipeg Alumna Jarita Greyeyes continues to make history

Greyeyes is the inaugural UWinnipeg Weweni Future Scholar, who is currently attending Stanford University, in California pursuing a PhD in Race, Inequality and Language in Education.

UWinnipeg alumni make CBC’s Future 40 list

UWinnipeg takes 28 per cent of nominees list for the CBC Manitoba Future 40, class of 2018. Meet some of the new generation of leaders, builders and change-makers under the age of 40.

Indigenous Summer Scholars Program alumni awarded national scholarships

Indigenous Summer Scholars Program alumni Taylor Wilson (left) and Courtney Bear (right) were awarded two of three National Indigenous Economic Education Fund (NIEFF) scholarships from the Council for the Advancement of Native Development Officers (Cando).

UWinnipeg receives funding for Indigenous languages

The University of Winnipeg will receive $138, 769 for Indigenous language programs.

UWinnipeg opens season with hilarious and magical classic

A startling and beguiling UWinnipeg production of William Shakespeare’s most popular comedy, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, hits the Gas Station Arts Centre from November 27 – December 1, 2018.