Students

Preventing Mumps

Provincial public health officials confirm more mumps cases have been reported in Manitoba than usual, with the majority of cases affecting young adults. Although there can be rare complications from mumps, most cases are mild, with full recovery in one to two weeks. Key symptoms include: swelling and pain in one or more salivary glands, …Read more >

Encouraging recreation opportunities for everyone on campus

The University of Winnipeg, in cooperation and partnership with the University of Winnipeg Students’ Association, is consulting with stakeholders to enhance recreation and wellness experiences on campus. As part of this process, UWinnipeg will begin a pilot project in September 2017 offering specific gym time to female and non-binary students. The pilot will run through …Read more >

Crossings — an academic student journal

UWinnipeg is launching an exciting new multidisciplinary, peer-reviewed, academic student journal entitled Crossings, an interdisciplinary journal on Monday, January 23, 2017 at 12:30 pm in room 2M70.

Students! Join the fun at Snowed In

Snowed In Jan 4 to Jan 6, 2017 UWSA presents~ Snowed In ~ from January 4 to 6, 2017 Wednesday | Thursday | Friday + Indoor & Outdoor Activities ++ Cabin Vibes @ The Hive Soup/Stew @ 12:30 – From your favourite local lunch spots Video Games & Board Games Music from CKUW & Stylus …Read more >

UWinnipeg student takes part in COP22

Last month, UWinnipeg student Sadie-Phoenix Lavoie traveled to Marrakech, Morocco, with a group of 16 other young people from across Canada to take part in the 22nd annual United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP22). Lavoie, who is also the Vice-President of External Affairs for The University of Winnipeg’s Students’ Association, found out she would be …Read more >

Can you get a job with that PhD?

Learn what a graduate degree can do for you at UWinnipeg’s panel discussion on the ‘Value of a Graduate Education’ on November 25, 2016, at 2:00 PM in Eckhardt-Grammaté Hall. This event will be followed by a reception.

New Accessibility Resource Centre a welcoming place

WINNIPEG, MB –Between 300 and 400 students at The University of Winnipeg who require accommodations ranging from quiet study and exam space to an accessible photocopier now have a new and improved resource centre on campus, possible because of $230,000 in assistance from the Province of Manitoba. UWinnipeg has invested an additional $25,000 in accessibility …Read more >

Reduce your career stress at ‘It All Adds Up’

Reduce your stress. Inform your future. UWinnipeg invites you to attend ‘It All Adds Up’ during Thrive Week from November 14 – 18, 2016. Drop by the booth. Take a photo!

Campus sexual violence – creating a culture of collaboration

UWinnipeg staff and student share keynote at national conference in Toronto; premiere student video WINNIPEG, MB – When Jan Byrd was asked to deliver a keynote address at a national conference dedicated to campus sexual violence later this week, she agreed….as long as she could share her platform with a University of Winnipeg student leader. …Read more >

UWinnipeg student’s season of Royals

Nick Taylor has meet two royals since July as a Gold winner of the The Duke of Ed Award.