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Bears and conservation research published in PLOS ONE

UWinnipeg’s wildlife biologist Dr. Agnès Pelletier just published her research on American black bears in the prestigious scientific journal PLOS ONE.

Lecture on identity in 19th-Century Russian Ukraine

A lecture titled ‘Writing their Region: Orthodox Priests, Ethnography, and Identity in Nineteenth-Century Russian Ukraine’ on Thursday, March 16 at 7:00 pm, Bryce Hall, Room 2B23. The lecture is free and open to the public.

Wesmen Wrestling Embraces Diversity Through Sport

UWinnipeg Wesmen Wrestling is hosting a free clinic tomorrow, February 23, 2017 from 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm at the Axworthy RecPlex. Paricipants include Olympians, inner-city youth and new Canadian youth from Syria.

Zach Kunuk to screen Inuit Knowledge and Climate Change at UWinnipeg

The University of Winnipeg’s office of Indigenous Affairs and the Prairie Climate Centre are pleased to host a free public screening of the film Qapirangajuq: Inuit Knowledge and Climate Change on March 6, at Eckhardt Gramatté Hall from 7:00 – 9:00 pm.

UWinnipeg chemistry student presents in Turkey

Chemistry is a fascinating subject with a rich and ancient history. At UWinnipeg, chemistry is an exciting proposition. Faculty are keen to help students discover the mystery one student at a time, allowing them to take their research to international conferences like the one in Izmir, Turkey.

Lectures on Islamophobia and a snapshot of Canadians fighting for ISIS

Through reflections on the Quebec City Mosque attack, policies from the Trump administration, and other recent iterations of anti-islamic sentiment, UWinnipeg presents two noteworthy events on Monday, March 6, 2017.

Newcomers and Treaty Relations: a panel discussion

With the current influx of new comers and refugees to the city, The University of Winnipeg presents a timely lecture entitled Newcomers and Treaty Relations on Tuesday, February 28, 2017 at 7:00 pm in Eckhardt Gramatté Hall.

Exploring soil to revive the Prairie ecosystems

UWinnipeg graduate student, Victory Coffey, is working with Dr. Rafael Otfinowski (biology) on evaluating the natural restoration on an area of rough fescue prairie by exploring soil using microorganisms like nematodes.

Campus Romance Stories – Thanks for sharing the love

In honour of Valentine’s Day and The University of Winnipeg’s 50th anniversary, we asked students, staff, faculty, and alumni to share their campus romance stories with us on social media. To read a few of the love-ly submissions here.

Restoring the prairies one grass at a time

UWinnipeg student Hilary Pinchbeck’s research with Dr. Rafael Otfinowski in restoring the prairies one grass at a time earned her the top prize in Undergraduate Poster Presentation Award at the Parks and Protected Areas Conference.