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P2GS program promotes STEM research

The Pathways to Graduate Studies program gives undergraduate Indigenous students a chance to explore research opportunities in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.

UWinnipeg’s weather station receives upgrades

The station now allows for wireless readings with a more stable internet connection, weather updates that are free, and updates every five minutes.

Masks required on campus when fall session begins

To safeguard the health of the UWinnipeg community, face masks will be required on campus when the fall term begins on September 8.  While most fall term courses will be taught via alternate delivery, some teaching and research that cannot happen remotely will take place in person.   Faculty, staff, and students who are attending campus …Read more >

UWinnipeg’s Golden Key Chapter recognized with award

For a fifth consecutive year, The University of Winnipeg Golden Key Chapter (UWinnipeg-GK) academic student group has been awarded the highest recognition by the International Golden Key Honour Society — The Key Chapter Award. It is awarded annually to chapters that exceed the expectations rooted in the Golden Key pillars of academics, leadership, and service. Each fall, …Read more >

Medical Physics Summer Student Symposium

UWinnipeg and UManitoba held the annual Medical Physics Summer Student Symposium via Zoom earlier this month.

UWinnipeg collaborates with Super-Kamiokande

Several UWinnipeg students are working with Dr. Blair Jamieson as part of the international collaboration contributing to the calibration of the Super-Kamiokande*, the world’s largest water Cherenkov detector.

Fall term update for students

Dear UWinnipeg Students, We are looking forward to the upcoming fall term! Although the global pandemic will make the coming academic year unlike any before, University of Winnipeg instructors and staff have been preparing all summer to deliver a high quality educational experience with exceptional student supports. We are here to support your educational goals and …Read more >

2020 Indigenous History Essay Prize winner

Future doctor and neuroscientist Emma Anderson is the winner of the 2019-2020 Indigenous History Essay Prize.

Meet Indigenous Scholar Sierra Hill

Sierra Hill is working with UWinnipeg’s art historian Dr. Serena Keshavjee’s exhibition ‘The Visual Culture of Ghosts’.

Co-op students gain skills and connections working remotely

While some employers had to cancel or post-pone work terms due to COVID-19, students who took part in remote work opportunities say it was a rewarding experience that helped them confirm career goals and showcase their knowledge to future employers.