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New research chair enhances theological study at UWinnipeg

The University of Winnipeg congratulates Dr. Arthur Walker-Jones on his appointment this week to the newly created position of The United Church of Canada Research Chair in Contemporary Theology.

New way of looking at disease

Dr. Renée Douville’s research on the relationship between our brains and ERVs could impact the way we treat diseases like ALS and schizophrenia.

Celebrating 30 years of art at UWinnipeg

Award winning filmmaker Guy Maddin returns to his alma mater for Gallery 1C03 30th anniversary to participate in Moving Images, an exhibition of 23 short films and videos created by artists affiliated with The University of Winnipeg on Thursday, January 12, 2017.

Developing expertise to help refugee youth thrive

UWinnipeg’s Dr. Jan Stewart is leading a Canadian study, now in its third year, aimed at helping refugee youth navigate school.

UWinnipeg’s Holiday Hours

The University of Winnipeg (including the Foundation) is closed beginning Friday, December 23 till Monday, January 2, 2017. Wishing you and your family joy and health for the holidays.

UWinnipeg’s Golden Key Chapter adds two honorary members

The University of Winnipeg Golden Key Chapter recognized two new honorary members: Kevin Lamoureux, Associate Vice-President of Indigenous Affairs for The University of Winnipeg and Robert Silver, Chancellor of The University of Winnipeg.

Global Forum on digitalization comes to Canada for first time

University of Winnipeg and Economic Development Winnipeg attract prestigious forum on the digital connected world WINNIPEG, MB – The Global Forum is an annual international event that brings together more than 300 key policy-makers and public/private stakeholders from more than 30 countries, from all continents, and for the first time it will occur in Canada, …Read more >

Diversity is UWinnipeg’s strength

By Dr. Annette Trimbee, President and Vice-Chancellor, University of Winnipeg. Published  — Winnipeg Free Press December 14, 2016 In commenting on post-secondary education (Education Minister wants to shake up post-secondary funding, WFP, Dec. 7), Education Minister Ian Wishart said the province needs to balance universities’ and colleges’ revenue needs with accessibility. There is an important …Read more >

Further collaboration with Norway on energy

Trondheim, Norway:  A UWinnipeg team is in Norway to strengthen energy research and sustainability initiatives. This is part of a three year project with the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), funded by the Norwegian Centre for International Cooperation in Education. An exciting aspect of this program is the development of comparative course focused …Read more >

Influencing policies for change

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