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2019 Autumn Convocation photo gallery

The campus was buzzing with excitement on Friday, October 18, as The University of Winnipeg community celebrated its 116th convocation. UWinnipeg honoured outstanding students, faculty, and staff, including valedictorian Anna Evans-Boudreau, who talked about her non-linear path to university success, and the importance of individuals recognizing their unique strengths and abilities as they head into …Read more >

Diversity Food Services wins provincial sustainability award

Diversity Food Services is once again being recognized for their sustainability efforts, this time by the Province of Manitoba. The social enterprise, which operates six food outlets at The University of Winnipeg, was named the ‘Champion for Sustainability’ in the annual Manitoba Excellence in Sustainability Awards. This specific award is given to an individual, organization, or …Read more >

UWinnipeg Alumnae earn esteemed scholarship

Alumnae Brielle Beaudin-Reimer and Majing Oloko,are Joseph-Armand Bombardier Canada Graduate Scholars-Doctoral. and Master’s in Indigenous Governance graduates.

President Trimbee appointed chair of CRKN board

UWinnipeg President and Vice-Chancellor, Dr. Annette Trimbee, has been appointed as Chair of the Canadian Research Knowledge Network board of directors for a three-year term, beginning October 17, 2019.

World-renowned physicist recognized with honorary degree

Dr. Arthur B. McDonald, a Nobel Prize-winning astrophysicist with a reputation for inspiring leadership, collaboration, and technical innovation, will receive an honorary degree at the University of Winnipeg’s autumn convocation on Friday, October 18.

Collegiate students welcome Supreme Court Justice to campus

University of Winnipeg Collegiate students filled Eckhardt-Gramatté Hall on Monday, September 23 for the opportunity to meet with Justice Nicholas Kasirer from Canada’s Supreme Court and Associate Chief Justice Shane Perlmutter from Manitoba Court of Queen’s Bench.

Four UWinnipeg students to meet Michelle Obama

Four high-achieving women who are currently studying at The University of Winnipeg will interact with Michelle Obama while she is in Winnipeg on September 24. Their opportunity to meet the former First Lady was made possible by UWinnipeg and The Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce.

UWinnipeg partners with the Canadian Red Cross

On September 23, UWinnipeg is once again the setting for a major Canadian Red Cross activity. This time, it’s Operation Ready — a full-scale emergency response simulation.

Seven teams take on the Duckworth Great Rock Climb

Seven teams competed to be crowned champions of the 48th annual Duckworth Great Rock Climb on Monday, September 16, with one narrowly coming out victorious. Team Alpha Omega put up a blistering time of 24.40 seconds, challenged only by the final team, BB Champions, who finished just behind at 25.75 seconds. The Wesmen men’s volleyball …Read more >

UWinnipeg movie makers head to VIFF

UWinnipeg alumni, Miloš Mitrović and Fabián Velasco, have their first feature film, TAPEWORM, premiering at the 2019 Vancouver International Film Festival this September.