Posted on: 05/15/20 | Author: Communications
The Ted Nolan Foundation recently pledged $75,000 over the course of three years to establish the Rose Nolan Memorial Scholarship at The University of Winnipeg. Beginning in the fall of 2020, a $5,000 award will be given annually to a female First Nations student at UWinnipeg who demonstrates a superior level of commitment to both …Read more >
Posted on: 05/12/20 | Author: Communications
Since UWinnipeg’s campus closed in March, the Technology Sector has been working hard to assist remote teaching and learning.
Posted on: 05/11/20 | Author: Communications
Since fall 2019, Andrea McCluskey has been hosting a weekly quilting workshop for international and Indigenous students, an extension of a mentorship program designed to welcome and connect new students. When the campus closed due to the COVID-19 situation, she continued teaching quilting online.
Posted on: 05/06/20 | Author: Communications
International, Immigrant, and Refugee Student Services has moved their mentor program online and added weekly webinars to keep international students updated during the adjustment to online learning.
Posted on: 05/05/20 | Author: Communications
UWinnipeg Education student pre-service teachers are offering virtual tutoring for children stuck and their parents stuck at home during COVID-19.
Posted on: 04/03/20 | Author: Communications
Diversity Food Services has reinvented itself amid the COVID-19 pandemic to deliver hot meals and groceries.
Posted on: 03/25/20 | Author: Communications
A new tool is now available to parents to help them improve their children’s numeracy and literary skills while schools are closed.
Posted on: 03/12/20 | Author: Communications
UWinnipeg sociology students, along with Dr. Kimberley Ducey, and alumni Ivana Yellowback, are hosting a free film screening of the documentary, nîpawistamâsowin: We Will Stand Up, Thursday, March 12, 6:00 – 9:00 pm, in UWinnipeg’s Eckhardt Gramatté Hall.
Posted on: 03/11/20 | Author: Communications
Gallery 1C03 is pleased to host a touring exhibition honouring the work of Inuit artist and writer Alootook Ipellie (1951-2007).
Posted on: 03/10/20 | Author: Communications
A seven person ensemble of fourth-year theatre students explore the complexity of life’s journey in the original production, You are (t)here, performed at the Asper Centre for Theatre and Film, March 19 – 21, 2020.