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UWinnipeg honours our retirees

The University of Winnipeg honours the retirees of 2018.

Krypton calling: Alumna creates languages for Hollywood blockbusters

Dr. Christine’s Schreyer’s fictional languages have appeared in some of the biggest movies of the last few years, including the Kryptonian language used in the 2013 film “Man of Steel.”

Full STEAM Ahead for fun at Science Rendezvous!

UWinnipeg has teamed up with the University of Manitoba for Science Rendezvous on Saturday, May 12. This national event is designed to get kids and adults engaged in science, technology, engineering, art, and math. 

Chris Wiebe’s Canada Research Chair renewed

Wiebe’s research explores quantum materials and how they could be used to develop electronics that are more affordable, power-efficient, and portable than ones currently available.

Read the Spring 2018 issue of UWinnipeg magazine

The Spring 2018 issue of UWinnipeg Magazine is now available online. UWinnipeg Magazine highlights recent news, initiatives, and successes of the UWinnipeg community. The University of Winnipeg is committed to collaboration. This edition highlights some of the many impactful outcomes that stem from partnerships involving the UWinnipeg community. Hard copies of the magazine will be available …Read more >

International conference examines access to justice

Featured speakers open and free to all – May 9 to 11, 2018 Participants from across Canada, the United States, the Caribbean and Africa will be gathering at The University of Winnipeg next week to explore barriers many people face in accessing justice. Find a full program of events and abstracts of each lecture here. …Read more >

PACE Cultural Night earns international award

PACE was awarded the Gold Quill Award of Merit from the International Association of Business Communicators for the 2017 Cultural Night.

UWinnipeg physicist is a poet

UWinnipeg Research Scholar, and phyisicst, Dr. Rebecca Danos, is an emerging author, and poet. Her poem Secret Sister, was recently published in the Winnipeg Free Press.

Dr. Sandra Kirby selected into Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame

The University of Winnipeg congratulates Dr. Sandra Kirby, Professor Emerita, for her selection into Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame. She will be formally inducted at a ceremony on October 18 in Toronto. Kirby, a former Olympic athlete with the Canadian rowing team, has dedicated much of her career to eradicating sexual harassment and abuse, homophobia, …Read more >