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Strengthening research collaborations

Today the University of Winnipeg and the Government of Canada strengthened their relationship by signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) aimed at increasing research collaborations and student opportunities. The goal is to share expertise on important challenges such as climate change and Indigenous economic development, and encourage the exchange of ideas through forums such as …Read more >

Rhetoric profs win major awards at conference

Dr. Jason Hannan and Dr. Jaqueline McLeod Rogers both from Rhetoric, Writing, and Communications earned awards at the National Communication Association conference in Philadelphia, PA, earlier this month.

UWinnipeg Alumna on the benefits of religion and culture courses

Chelsea Caldwell is a graduate of the Human Rights and Global Studies program at Global College and been an active human rights champion since high school. She has earned several prestigious human rights awards including the Annual Sybil Shack Human Rights Youth Award in 2012.

A timely launch of the book Truth in the Public Sphere

Has truth become a casualty of America’s increasingly caustic and volatile political culture? ‘Truth in the Public Sphere’, edited by UWinnipeg’s Dr. Jason Hannan (Rhetoric & Communications) seeks to understand the significance of truth for the everyday world of human communication.

Governor General Literary Poet Katherena Vermette speaks at UWinnipeg

Award winning writer, Katherena Vermette will be speaking at the UWinnipeg Urban and Inner-City Studies North End campus this Wednesday, November 23, at noon.

UWinnipeg celebrates the Susan A. Thompson Building

Today, Winnipeg’s City Council voted unanimously in favor of renaming the Administration Building (510 Main Street) the Susan A. Thompson Building.

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 >

PACE continues to lead in training HR Professionals

PACE has been granted accreditation for their HR Management Diploma. This allows PACE students who are in good standing to waive writing the National Knowledge Exam.

Romeo Saganash speaks at UWinnipeg

Romeo Saganash, MP of Abitibi–Baie-James–Nunavik–Eeyou, Quebec will be speaking at UWinnipeg on Friday November 18 at 1:00 – 2:30 pm, on the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People and experiential learning.

UWinnipeg history prof launches new book

UWinnipeg’s Dr. Peter Denton (History) is launching his new book Live Close to Home (Rocky Mountain Books) on Sunday, November 27, 2016 2:00 pm at McNally Robinson, Grant Park, 1120 Grant Avenue.