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UWinnipeg actors perform “The Love of the Nightingale”

The University of Winnipeg’s Department of Theatre and Film presents The Love of the Nightingale, by Timberlake Wertenbaker, February 11 – 15, 2020.

New report outlines bold actions to prepare graduates to succeed

Manitoba universities and colleges, in conjunction with the Business Council of Manitoba, have unveiled a new strategic action plan that outlines a bold vision for delivering the knowledge and skills that graduates need to drive Manitoba’s economy forward and thrive in the ever-evolving workforce.

2020 Carol Shields Writer-in-Residence events

GMB Chomichuk’s Inaugural Reading is on Wednesday, January 29, followed by a Distinguished Lecture on Thursday February 27. Both events are free and open to everyone.

Exploring the root causes of workplace bullying

As part of an SSHRC Partnership Development Grant, Dr. Karen Harlos has been working with the Government of Manitoba, Manitoba Nurses Union, and Manitoba Teachers’ Society to prevent workplace bullying.

UWinnipeg prof’s book makes top 100 list

Dr. Shauna Labman’s book, Crossing Law’s Border, has made The Hill Times list of 100 best non-fiction Canadian books in 2019. The book’s official launch is on Thursday,  January 16, at McNally Robinson Booksellers.

Fisher River Cree Nation English-Cree cookbook now available

The University of Winnipeg celebrated the launch of a new English and Cree cookbook, reprinted from The Forgotten Traditional Foods of Fisher River, which shares recipes, teachings, and stories of traditional foods and its importance in improving the health and well-being of the community.

UWinnipeg students flex their mathematical muscle

UWinnipeg had three undergraduate mathematicians participate in an international math competition were they placed sixth out of 56 teams!

UWinnipeg launches Centre for Access to Information and Justice

A new Centre for Access to Information and Justice opened at The University of Winnipeg this fall, a leading international hub for public interest research on matters of freedom of information and access to justice in Canada and beyond.

First Master in Management grads excel in senior roles

The first cohort of graduates from the Master in Management program are already making big impacts in their fields.

Practicum sparks lifelong stand against gender-based violence

UWinnipeg student, Keziah Toews is combining her photography skills with her passion for human rights to bring members of the Winnipeg community together as part of the international 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence campaign that runs November 25 to December 10.