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Chris Storie Is New Director, Institute Of Urban Studies

Dr. James Currie, Provost and Vice-President, Academic is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Christopher Storie as Director of the Institute of Urban Studies at The University of Winnipeg for a three-year term starting July 1, 2019. Storie is a faculty member and Chair in the Department of Geography whose research interests include: informal …Read more >

Seven UWinnipeg Youth-in-Care Tuition Waiver students graduate

UWinnipeg congratulates the seven Opportunity Fund Youth-In-Care Tuition Waiver students graduating this Spring. This is the largest cohort in a graduation class since its inception in 2012.

Meet the 2019 Spring Convocation Valedictorians

Larissa Chubenko, BA, BEd Valedictorian (Theology, Education, Kinesiology, Physical and Health Education, and Marriage and Family Therapy) Larissa Chubenko is passionate about working with inner-city children. After initially graduating from The University of Winnipeg with a Bachelor of Arts in international development, Chubenko chose to return to school and is now graduating with a Bachelor …Read more >

UWinnipeg students lead science outreach workshops in Arctic

Michelle Trudel, Erica Mitchell, and Mamneet (Sheena) Gurm spent a week in Nunavut this spring, the second year in a row that Let’s Talk Science sent a UWinnipeg volunteer team to the Arctic.

UWinnipeg student is bound for Florence

Chelsea Bonan is in Florence, Italy this summer thanks to a full-scholarship from the Italian Cultural Institute, Toronto allowing her to attend an Italian language school.

Wu Chung Scholar graduates this spring

Huiqi Deng has earned the lucrative Wu Chung Scholarship at UWinnipeg, and is one of two of these scholars graduating this Spring.

UWinnipeg recognized for improved sustainability efforts

The University has received its second silver STARS rating from the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education, joining 26 other Canadian institutions.

NSERC funding paves way for Indigenous students to study science

UWinnipeg Indigenous science students gained experience in a research environment, built a network with other Indigenous science students, and learned about supports to prepare them for upper-level science courses, as part of the University’s new Pathways to Graduate Studies (P2GS) program.

Profs host meth talk with Jib Stop and St. Boniface Street Links

Two local organizations, Jib Stop and St. Boniface Street Links, will be on campus Wednesday, June 5, for a public discussion about crystal meth in Winnipeg in collaboration with Drs. Katharina Maier and Kelly Gorkoff. As part of the discussion, Maier, along with Dr. Bronwyn Dobchuk-Land, will give a presentation outlining an in-progress research project.

UWinnipeg alumna is Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation Scholar

UWinnipeg alumna, community leader, and Weweni Future Scholar, Jarita Greyeyes has been selected as a Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation Scholar.