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Mathieu Paillé receives Hunter Scholarship

Fourth year student Mathieu Paillé is the winner of the Dr. and Mrs. Roderick Hunter Scholarship 2015.

UWinnipeg signs on to Manitoba Indigenous Education Blueprint

Today The University of Winnipeg joined with partners from Manitoba’s other post-secondary institutions and the Manitoba School Boards Association to sign the historic Manitoba Indigenous Education Blueprint. The document commits the signatories to respond to the Calls to Action issued this year by the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada, in ways that include integrating …Read more >

Historic partnership between Manitoba’s post-secondary institutions

Indigenous Education Blueprint will lead to action on TRC recommendations Every post-secondary institute in Manitoba, as well as the Manitoba School Boards Association, met in Migizii Agamik – Bald Eagle Lodge on Dec. 18 to sign the Indigenous Education Blueprint UWinnipeg is proud to have signed on to this transformational framework, the result of an …Read more >

Holiday Hours 2015

UWinnipeg’s holiday hours. Tis’ the season of love, peace and joy. Have a safe and happy holiday.

UWinnipeg students compete for ‘School of the Year’

A team from UWinnipeg will compete against 11 of Western Canada’s top business schools for the ‘School of the Year’ title at the annual prestigious Jeux du Commerce.

Indigenous Education Blueprint Signing Ceremony

Manitoba’s education sector to sign historic document Taking action on the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s recommendations On Friday UWinnipeg will join every post-secondary institute in Manitoba, as well as the Manitoba School Boards Association, to sign the Indigenous Education Blueprint, a transformational framework to advance Indigenous education and reconciliation. This unprecedented partnership between Manitoba’s public …Read more >

Dr. Besner reappointed as Provost and Vice-President, Academic

Dr. Annette Trimbee is pleased to announce that Dr. Neil Besner will serve an additional five-year term as The University of Winnipeg’s Provost and Vice-President, Academic. A review process was held earlier this fall, which included a representative advisory committee as well as an opportunity for members of the UWinnipeg community to provide feedback on …Read more >

The ‘Fuss’ about research

UWinnipeg student David Fuss is the winner of the John Roberts Prize for Excellence in Undergraduate Research 2015.

‘Pathways’ to welcoming Syrian refugees

Two UWinnipeg professors attended a national conference in Toronto to find ways to fostering welcoming communities for refugees and immigrants across Canada.

UWinnipeg prof helps solve Ceres mystery

Dr. Ed Cloutis published in prestigious journal Nature and will be featured on Quirks and Quarks Saturday, December 12, 2015 University of Winnipeg professor (Geology) Dr. Ed Cloutis has helped solve a mystery about the spots on Ceres. The prestigious journal Nature and CBC  are featuring the story. Researcher profile: Dr. Ed Cloutis.