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New resource hub supports teaching, learning, and research

The University of Winnipeg has launched a Remote Teaching, Learning and Research hub to support students and faculty making a quick pivot to online and alternate course delivery during the 2020-2021 academic year.

Meet Indigenous Summer Scholar Meagan Malcolm

Meagan Malcolm is spending her summer exploring the decolonial student-led movement that put The University of Winnipeg’s Indigenous Course Requirement (ICR) in motion.

Forest to fuel in Manitoba

A UWinnipeg research team have synthesized information about the current state of the bioeconomy in the province that is now available online.

ToyBox learning tool well-received by families during pilot testing

More than 200 families from across Canada and the United States piloted tested the new ToyBox tool, which promotes children’s numeracy and literacy.

Prairie Climate Centre postdoc asks how climate change affects health?

Rhéa Rocque, whose background is in health and social psychology, is pursuing public health, climate change, and knowledge translation and communication research through the PCC’s multi-year funding agreement with the Public Health Agency of Canada.

Student research uses machine learning to boost Cloud security

Graduate students publish Detecting SQL Injection Attacks in Cloud SaaS Using Machine Learning at an international conference.

Read the Summer 2020 issue of UWinnipeg Magazine

The Summer 2020 issue of UWinnipeg Magazine is now available to read online. This issue highlights the legacies of two icons in the UWinnipeg community who are leaving their posts: Chancellor Bob Silver as well as Dr. Annette Trimbee, President and Vice-Chancellor. The issue also features research news, campus updates, and stories about some of …Read more >

Farewell message from Dr. Annette Trimbee

To the UWinnipeg community: It is with mixed feelings that I send you my final message as president of The University of Winnipeg. These last six years have been the most rewarding of my career and it has been an honor and a privilege to serve as your president. We have accomplished so much together …Read more >

Meet Indigenous Summer Scholar Mohamed Crossman-Serb

Mohamed Crossman-Serb is working with Dr. Nora Casson, Department of Geography, to explore human influences on water quality.

New course in art of cultural management

UWinnipeg and the WAG are offering a course to help gain a better understanding of why we have museums and why they matter.