News Archives

Connections Grant awarded for difficult knowledge

The funds will go primarily towards supporting a workshop titled Museum Openings: Caring for Difficult Knowledge: Within and Beyond the Canadian Museum for Human Rights,

Nova Scotia government releases report on hydraulic fracturing

UWinnipeg’s Dr. Ian Mauro, department of geography, served on an its expert panel.

MDP- Doing development differently

Graduate students from UWinnipeg’s unique Master’s in Development Practice report on their national + international practicums. Everyone welcome to attend.

Gallery 1C03 launches fall season with TRAPPED

Gallery 1C03 at The University of Winnipeg opens its fall season with programs organized in honour of the 30th anniversary of Mentoring Artists for Women’s Art, and as part of UWinnipeg’s Artsfest with Willow Rector: TRAPPED from September 11 – November 8, 2014. TRAPPED features textile embroideries and sculptures drawn from  two new bodies of …Read more >

Science Culture: Where Canada Stands

A newly released report by the Council of Canadian Academies entitled, Science Culture: Where Canada Stands, presents a comprehensive examination of Canada’s science culture. Through the examination of a variety of data collections, the report helps to paint the clearest picture of Canada’s science culture and science culture support system in 25 years. The report …Read more >

The Ice Bucket Challenge Comes to UWinnipeg

University of Winnipeg President Dr. Annette Trimbee has joined with those who have braved the cold in order to raise awareness about ALS, after President and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Manitoba Dr. David Barnard nominated her this morning. She wasn’t the only one on campus to meet the chilly challenge and extend a donation …Read more >

Landscapes of Injustice

A project documenting the forced dispossession of Canadians of Japanese ancestry during WWII is granted $5.5 million.

Mauro shoots new documentary on future of Canada’s oceans

This project is linked to a linked to $2.5 Million Grant.

UWinnipeg to partner in $5 Million of Social Sciences and Humanities Research

WINNIPEG, MB – UWinnipeg researchers are involved in two significant projects receiving a combined $5 million in funding: One exploring the impacts of socio-economic, cultural and environmental change on coastal communities and oceans, the other documenting the intergenerational oral history of Canadians of Japanese ancestry on the west coast who were systematically uprooted and detained …Read more >

Mobile device charging stations on campus

Students, faculty, staff, and visitors will get a charge out of the latest addition to UWinnipeg’s campus. A number of mobile device charging stations have been installed in high-traffic areas in various buildings, for the convenience of UWinnipeg community members. Four of the stations were made possible by the student technology fee; initial locations and …Read more >