Faculty of Graduate Studies

Watch UWinnipeg Student Compete in Western Canadian 3MT Competition

His 3MT (Three Minute Thesis) presentation rose to the top at UWinnipeg’s 6th Annual Graduate Students Research Colloquium, now Matthew Turnbull (MSc in BioScience, Technology and Public Policy Program) is slated to compete this afternoon against the other top 3MT winners from universities across Western Canada. As one of a dozen graduate students at The …Read more >

Public Health in the 21st Century Lecture Series

Given by Dr. Joel Kettner, Manitoba’s former Chief Public Health Officer and Senior Fellow with UWinnipeg’s Master’s in Development Practice program

Free public lecture – Metis land claim – Thomas Berger

  The public and media are invited to attend a free public lecture entitled A Brief History of the Supreme Court Decision on the Métis Land Claim Case with Aboriginal-rights lawyer and former Justice of the BC  Supreme Court, Thomas Berger. In 1977, Thomas Berger recommended that the Canadian Government place more value on Aboriginal …Read more >

UWinnipeg Graduate Student Heads to Harvard This Fall

WINNIPEG, MB – As a child while walking through the woods, Phillip Grayson was captivated by the beauty and the diversity of the natural world. His love of sciences developed through his academic curiosity as a University of Winnipeg Bioscience, Technology and Public Policy graduate student. Grayson was recently accepted to Harvard University where he will now …Read more >

Another UWinnipeg Prof is Published in Prestigious Journal Plos ONE

WINNIPEG, MB – New research at The University of Winnipeg has found evidence that problems in gene expression (the amount of message made by a gene) in sterile male hybrids from crosses between species can be caused by factors other than sterility itself. This new finding, by UWinnipeg’s Biology Professor Dr. Alberto Civetta, entitled Rapid …Read more >