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Students get hands-on experience with waste audit

Earlier this month, student volunteers helped sort and weigh nearly all of the garbage, recycling, and compost generated by the UWinnipeg community for the Campus Sustainability Office’s triannual waste audit.

A poetry reading in honour of World Poetry Day

Award-Winning Poet Marilyn Dumont will read from her work at UWinnipeg this Thursday March 22, 2018 at 4:00 pm  in room 1L11 (Lockhart Hall) in honour of World Poetry Day.

16th Annual UWinnipeg Spring Graduation Pow Wow

Check out a few photos from the University’s 16th Annual Spring Graduation Pow Wow.

Ancient beer in the modern world

A University of Winnipeg classicist has teamed up with Barn Hammer Brewery to bring the beverages of the ancient world into the 21st century.

UWinnipeg alumna continues to garner attention for her research

UWinnipeg alumna, Dr. Alannah Hallas, continues to make waves with her neutron scattering research. Hallas is the recipient of the prestigious 2018 Prize for Outstanding Student Research of the Neutron Scattering Society of America.

Students share compelling Indigenous research

The University of Winnipeg hosted a special Three Minute Thesis competition  focused on Indigenous research with graduate students from UWinnipeg, UManitoba and Pueblo Nation from Arizona State University.

Unveiling Sufism: From Manhattan to Mecca in Winnipeg

UWinnipeg’s Dr. William Rory Dickson (Religion and Culture) is launching his new book Unveiling Sufism: From Manhattan to Mecca on Thursday, March 15 at 7:30 pm at McNally Robinson Booksellers.

UWinnipeg Russian Mennonite Fellowship to crack open KGB archives

In the 1930s, thousands of Mennonites disappeared in Russia without a trace. A newly announced UWinnipeg Fellowship wants to crack into KGB archives to uncover the stories of lost relatives.

2018 Open House photo gallery

Check out some of the fun from the UWinnipeg Open House.

Greenland’s Nuuk “York” City – Lecture

Alumna Kaitlin Young seeks to answer some questions on Greenland with two lectures at UWinnipeg next week.