Feature Story

A biologist and a mathematician unite for cancer research

UWinnipeg biologist Dr. Shailly Varma Shrivastav and UManitoba mathematician Dr. Stéphanie Portet with their team have been working together on novel regulatory aspects of proteins involved in cancer.

Photos: Star Blanket mural unveiled at Helen Betty Osborne building

The University of Winnipeg community, along with Synonym Art Consultation, unveiled the Star Blanket mural on the Helen Betty Osborne building on Saturday, August 18, 2018.

YouthUnited@Winnipeg completes successful second year

Twenty students from diverse backgrounds and neighbourhoods have successfully concluded their 15-week YouthUnited@Winnipeg (YU@W) experiential learning program.

Jarita Greyeyes is California dreaming

Jarita Greyeyes, Acting Associate Vice President of Indigenous Affairs and Director of Community Learning and Engagement, is heading to Stanford University to pursue her PhD in in Race, Inequality and Language in Education.

UWinnipeg graduate students take top prize in ethics competition

Abigail Graff, Jenna Dyck, and Michele Catalano won first prize at the third annual American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMT) Student Ethics Competition.

Mathematical puzzle whiz

Dr. Lucas Mol is a post-doctoral fellow (PDF), collaboratively working with Dr. James Currie, Dr. Ortrud Oellermann and Dr. Narad Rampersad on a variety of research projects and mathematical puzzles.

UWinnipeg research aims to identify resistance to breast cancer treatment

Graduate student Dean Reddick is researching a way to identify resistance to a breast cancer drug before treatment begins — a study that could save patients valuable time.

Understanding prairie grasslands

French student Anne-Charlotte Olivier is doing research on the Canadian Prairies at UWinnipeg with Dr. Rafael Otfinowski. They are looking to restore prairie grasslands.

UWinnipeg’s Alana Lajoie-O’Malley makes a move

Rhode Scholar, alumna and Senior Advisor for Research and Sustainability, Alana Lajoie-O’Malley, is moving to Canada’s capital to pursue an opportunity as the Manager of Outreach and Engagement for the Federation of Canadian Municipalities.

Measuring neutrinos from a galaxy, far, far, away

Observing supernova relic neutrinos using the the Japanese Super-Kamiokande, the world’s largest water Cherenkov detector.