Feature Story

2018 Spring Convocation photo gallery

Congratulations to all the graduates and honourees of UWinnipeg’s 2018 Spring Convocations.

Spence Street renamed Marsha Hanen Way

The University of Winnipeg has renamed a prominent corridor on campus to recognize the distinguished legacy of Dr. Marsha Hanen — the University’s first female President and Vice-Chancellor.

High schoolers design accessible products through empathic engineering

A new partnership between The University of Winnipeg and the University of Cambridge is letting high school students step into the shoes of the elderly to help them design a more accessible world.

Unraveling northern ecosystems in Churchill

Dr. Nora Casson (geography) has been awarded the 2018 Chancellor’s Research Chair. She will investigate northern ecosystems to help find solutions to protect the environment.

2018 Pride Parade Photo Gallery

More than 50 University of Winnipeg faculty, staff, students, athletes, alumni, family and friends marched in the 31st annual Winnipeg Pride Parade on Sunday, June 3.

UWinnipeg receives SSHRC grant money for research

UWinnipeg has received a total$876,253 for six UWinnipeg researchers thanks to the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.

Queer Alumni & Friends Cocktail Party photo gallery

Check out the fun that was had at UWinnipeg’s second annual Queer Alumni & Friends Cocktail Party.

Making Indigenous languages accessible through technology

Cameron Lozinski has big plans for Indigenous language revitalization in Canada — and he’s going to start by developing an app that will make his ancestral language more accessible.

2018 Arts awards in teaching and research announced

The Faculty of Arts is pleased to announce this year’s winners of the annual  Faculty Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching and Faculty Excellence in Research Awards.

The 2018 El-Tassi Lecture features Marina Nemat

Nemat is a former teenage Iranian political prisoner. She will be speaking on campus on on Wednesday, May 16, 2018. This event is free and open to the public.