UWinnipeg update on the start of Fall Term

The Fall 2020 term is about to begin, and it will be a year like no other. Since most courses will be delivered remotely, we will be welcoming a small number of students to campus for in-person classes next week. They will be joining a limited number of instructors and staff whose work cannot be …Read more >

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 >

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.

A ‘RAW’ blog during COVID-19

UWinnipeg’s Department of Rhetoric, Writing, and Communications have found a way to connect through a blog.

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.

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 >

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.