UWinnipeg Magazine

A step towards reconciliation

The Indigenous Course Requirement came into effect for all new undergraduate students in September 2016. Read about the initiative’s first year.

A vision for arts and culture downtown

Harry Strub is a psychology professor and music aficionado who arrived at United College 1966, one year before UWinnipeg was established. Read about Strub in this article originally published in UWinnipeg Magazine.

Pioneering appreciation for young people’s texts and cultures

The faculty profile on Dr. Mavis Reimer was originally published in the commemorative 2017 edition of UWinnipeg Magazine.

Dr. Annette Trimbee focused on Strategic Directions

This Q & A with Dr. Annette Trimbee, President and Vice-Chancellor of UWinnipeg, was originally published in the 2017 edition of UWinnipeg Magazine.

Still downtown, no longer underground

Launched in 1963, UWinnipeg’s on-campus radio station has a rich history of offering students and the community a unique opportunity to express ideas and discover new music heard nowhere else on Winnipeg’s airwaves.

A rich history of fine art appreciation

Fine art objects have been acquired by The University of Winnipeg and its founding colleges for more than 100 years. Learn about the history of Gallery 1C03 in this article originally published in the 2017 edition of UWinnipeg Magazine.

A Living Test Tube: Examining fifty years as an urban university

Fifty years ago, a small downtown campus called United College received a charter and became The University of Winnipeg. Read this article from our commemorative edition of UWinnipeg Magazine.

Connecting farmers with eaters

Alumna Kalynn Spain used her development background to launch an online database that features more than 130 small farms from across Manitoba.

Visualizing climate change

When Ryan Smith creates detailed climate maps on his computer at UWinnipeg, he’s not aware that city planners in Calgary are gathered in a boardroom, studying his online charts with zeal. But they are. And so are federal and provincial emergency officials, physical plant managers, insurance analysts, architects, and engineers, among others.

Labour of Love — Student Helps Organize Annual Spring Pow Wow

March is one of the busiest months on campus, yet Grace Redhead manages to squeeze long days volunteering as Chair of UWinnipeg’s Annual Spring Pow Wow into her schedule—a labour of love that has engaged her for the past four years.