Posted on: 05/28/20 | Author: Communications
Since they began working remotely, the Oral History Centre (which provides consultation, training and support for oral history projects) has produced two episodes of Preserves, the podcast of the Manitoba Food History Project.
Posted on: 05/27/20 | Author: Communications
Melissa Anderson will be presenting her undergraduate research to an international community at the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine scientific meeting taking place online August 8 – 15.
Posted on: 05/22/20 | Author: Communications
In collaboration with the International Institute for Sustainable Development – Experimental Lakes Area, Dr. Matthew Morison will be investigating the impacts of climate change on carbon cycling in the boreal forest.
Posted on: 05/19/20 | Author: Communications
UWinnipeg statistics student Jody Krahn plans to apply her stats expertise as a methodologist with Statistics Canada.
Posted on: 05/14/20 | Author: Communications
Jaime Orr, UWinnipeg’s Research Data Management Librarian helps manage UWinnipeg’s research.
Posted on: 05/13/20 | Author: Communications
UWinnipeg classics’ students are bringing Egyptian artifacts virtually to homes and classrooms across the city with the Lux Project.
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: 05/08/20 | Author: Communications
Every spring, recruiters from The University of Winnipeg visit high schools across Manitoba to connect with accepted students and help them plan a smooth transition from high school to university. This year, those personal connections are taking place online.
Posted on: 05/07/20 | Author: Communications
When COVID-19 began turning her world upside down, the first thing UWinnipeg historian, Dr. Mary Jane McCallum did was look back at her own family’s history of diseases. “I had to find a personal connection to what was happening, to look to the past – because I just didn’t know what to do,” she said.
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.