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Dr. Jerry Fontaine launches new book: Our Hearts Are As One Fire

UWinnipeg’s Dr. Jerry Fontaine will be celebrating the launch of his new book, Our Hearts Are as One Fire: An Ojibway-Anishinabe Vision for the Future, at an online launch taking place Friday, October 23, 3:00 pm, via Zoom.

Eight UWinnipeg science students head into dentistry together

Eight dynamic students who all spent time as undergrads in The University of Winnipeg’s science labs are studying together at the University of Manitoba, pursuing careers in dentistry.

UWinnipeg Film Festival announces 2020 line-up

The 2020 UWPG Film Festival includes 65 short films, documentaries, experimental, animations and multimedia works from post-secondary students from 28 countries around the world.

NSERC scholar looking at prairie ecosystems

NSERC scholar Colleen Robertson is studying the long-term effects of cattle grazing on grassland ecosystems.

Students create computer programming contest

A duo of undergraduate students decided they needed to flex their mathematical and computer science problem-solving muscles and created a contest for their colleagues.

Tina Keeper To Receive Distinguished Alumni Award

The University of Winnipeg Alumni Association is proud to recognize Tina Keeper as the recipient of its highest honour, the Distinguished Alumni Award. She will be recognized at the 2020 Autumn Convocation celebration, which is taking place virtually on October 22 & 23. Keeper is from the Inninuak of Norway House Cree Nation in the …Read more >

2020/21 New Directions in Classics

New Directions in Classics returns for its fourth rendition of interesting and engaging lectures that shine a new light on the classics.

Winter 2021 Term Update

Dear Students, I’d like to extend my sincere gratitude for your patience and adaptability as the challenges of the global pandemic affect your valued university experience. Over the past seven months, we’ve made a remarkable shift to remote delivery and alternative programming. While not ideal, this situation is enhanced by the resilience of our student …Read more >

Faculty and staff excellence to be recognized at Convocation

The University of Winnipeg is pleased to recognize 10 exceptional members of the UWinnipeg community at the upcoming Autumn Convocation.

Developmental Studies welcomes Indigenous cohort

For the first time ever at The University of Winnipeg, there is an Indigenous cohort for the Development Studies Program this fall. Early Childhood Educators in Manitoba from Lac Brochet to the north, Rousseau River to the south, and students from Behrens River, Cross Lake, Norway House, and Peguis, among other communities, are participating.