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Dr. Tabitha Wood

Dr. Tabitha Wood is an active promoter of public scientific literacy with a special interest in enhancing understanding of the role that chemistry plays in Canadian society and the world.

Dr. Christopher Storie

Dr. Christopher Storie is a UWinnipeg geography associate professor, specializing in the use of GIS and remote sensing technologies to study how our urban environments are organized, how they change over time, and what impacts those changes have on both people and the landscape.

Dr. Christopher Bidinosti

UWinnipeg physics professor, specializing in novel methods of nuclear magnetic resonance and magnetic resonance imaging. Current research includes a cutting-edge project that could allow farmers to care for large prairie crops as efficiently as a backyard garden.

Jan Stewart

Professor in the Faculty of Education, specializing in refugee research, counselling and education.

Dr. Glen Bergeron

Professor of Kinesiology + Applied Health Director of the Global College’s Institute for Health, Security & Human Potential Olympics Concussion in Sport Drugs in Sport  

Dr. Allen Mills

Politics Professor Areas of Expertise: Constitution, Canadian Politics, Canadian  

Dr. Glen Bergeron

Professor of Kinesiology and Applied Health Director of the Global College’s Institute for Health, Security & Human Potential Athletic Therapy Concussion in Sport Drugs in Sport Fitness Health and Wellness Sports Injuries

David Fitzpatrick

Dean of Kinesiology Faculty Member, Kinesiology and Applied Health

Wendy Josephson

    Areas of Expertise: Bullying Organizational Psychology (specialty areas leadership, workplace aggression) Social Psychology (specialty areas aggression, media effects on behaviour)  

Marilou McPhedran

Areas of Expertise: Human Rights Human Rights, Canada Human Security Concept