PACE recognized for use of interactive technology

UWinnipeg’s school of Professional, Applied Continuing Education (PACE) has been recognized for its innovative use of Layar augmented reality technology. The recently published PACE magazine uses Layar to enhance the print document, enabling readers to view online videos of the UWinnipeg PACE grads who are featured in the publication — simply by holding their smartphones …Read more >

Winnipeg Art Gallery Opens Doors To University of Winnipeg Students

The Winnipeg Art Gallery and The University of Winnipeg have entered into a partnership that will see students from the Faculties of Arts, Science, Business, and Economics and the University’s Professional and Applied Continuing Education Division using the WAG’s Muriel Richardson Auditorium as classroom space for the fall and winter terms of the 2013/2014 academic …Read more >

Interactive publication highlights PACE programs, grads

The University of Winnipeg Professional, Applied and Continuing Education (PACE) has launched a new interactive print online magazine, using layer that includes video links and interesting alumni profiles. Find out about Khal Shariff, CEO, Project White Card Inc, an award winning creative and technical talent and a graduate of UWinnipeg PACE Internet Systems Specialist Diploma …Read more >

UWinnipeg Wins Award for Innovative Aboriginal Diploma

WINNIPEG, MB – The University of Winnipeg’s school of Professional Applied & Continuing Education (PACE) has been singled out for developing an innovative program that connects members of Aboriginal communities to employment in the manufacturing sector. The Canadian Association of University Continuing Education (CAUCE) presented UWinnipeg with an Award of Excellence in Montreal on May …Read more >