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Milt Stegall returns to Winnipeg to coach in 2015

UWinnipeg & Football Manitoba to co-sponsor Milt Stegall High-Performance Skills Camp.

Mind the Gap: Security Rhetorics in an InfoTech Insecure World

University of Winnipeg alumni Dr. Stewart Kowalksi has been ranked in the top 10 of Sweden’s best IT security experts by Computer Sweden. He will be presenting a lecture on information technology.

UWinnipeg’s Institute of Urban Studies receives award

Gloria Cardwell Hoeppner with Associate Vice President Jino Distasio and IUS team On Thursday November 20, 2014, the West End BIZ presented two GEM Awards at its annual general meeting, held at the new University of Winnipeg United Health and RecPlex on Spence street. Honored were The Institute of Urban Studies, an independent research arm …Read more >

Classics win

University of Winnipeg student Royce Murray captured first prize in the Classical Association of Canada Essay Writing Competition.

UWinnipeg’s Wab Kinew to host Canada Reads 2015

The University of Winnipeg community congratulates Wab Kinew, selected by CBCbooks.ca to host the prestigious Canada Reads 2015 competition.  Kinew is UWinnipeg’s Associate Vice-President, Indigenous Affairs. Earlier this year, Kinew successfully defended Joseph Boyden’s The Orenda as, “the one novel to change the nation.” His hip-hop music and journalism projects have won numerous awards, including …Read more >

Seeking your refugee story

UWinnipeg’s Oral History Centre wants to hear about your refugee experience to build a richer more inclusive archive.

UWinnipeg debaters return from Ethics Bowl

A UWinnipeg interdisciplinary team of six students, Anna Currie and Ellie Einarson (Philosophy), Emily Rempel (Global Studies), Signe Penner-Goeke (Biology), Stefanie Payne (French Studies) and Tyler Ruiter (Business) represented The University of Winnipeg with distinction in the Rocky Mountain Regional Ethics Bowl which took place November 15, 2014 in Boulder, Colorado.  The team finished with …Read more >

The Axworthy Distinguished Lecture Series on Social Justice and the Public Good

The inaugural Axworthy Lecturer is Dr. Cornel West, on May 8th, 2015 and will coincide with the spring institute “Public Religion in a Secular World”.

UWinnipeg, Collegiate international students to receive awards

Two international students in the UWinnipeg community —  Wai Chi (Chantel) Leung and Shoko Kobayakawa  — will receive 2014 International Student of the Year Awards, as selected by The Manitoba Council for International Education (MCIE) and the International Education Branch of the Government of Manitoba (IEB). The students will be presented their awards by the Honourable …Read more >

Attention potential students – everyone welcome!

Everyone is welcome to attend a free, interactive evening to discover how to become a student at The University of Winnipeg. Are you a high school student?  A parent or guardian of a high school student?  Curious about options available for adult learners? Join us: WHEN: Tuesday November 25, 2014 Doors open at 6:00pm Program …Read more >