Posted on: 09/06/19 | Author: Communications
Two UWinnipeg historians are leading a project featuring previously unseen historical photos of First Nations, Métis, and Inuit patients and staff at Manitoba tuberculosis (TB) hospitals, with the goal of making images accessible to former patients.
Posted on: 09/05/19 | Author: Communications
Wesmen basketball player Rayna Anderson is the winner of the UWinnipeg 2018-2019 Indigenous History Essay Prize.
Posted on: 09/04/19 | Author: Communications
A group of University of Winnipeg students learned ethnobotany from classroom instruction, Indigenous elders, and herbalists this summer, during a unique field school held at Medicine Eagle Lodge in the Keeseekoowenin First Nation near Riding Mountain National Park.
Posted on: 08/27/19 | Author: Communications
UWinnipeg’s Gallery 1C03 is going ‘supernatural’ with Indigenous superheros and fantasy comics exhibit from September 19 – November 30, 2019.
Posted on: 08/23/19 | Author: Communications
The University of Winnipeg’s Institute of Urban Studies (IUS) launched a report examining emergent practices in localizing the Housing First approach to ending homelessness, which is now in the hands of homelessness-serving organizations across Canada, the US, and as far afield as New Zealand.
Posted on: 08/22/19 | Author: Communications
Dr. Yvonne Vizina co-authored a report exploring a holistic approach to advancing reconciliation that has recently been released by the Canadian Commission for UNESCO.
Posted on: 06/21/19 | Author: Communications
In celebration of National Indigenous Peoples Day, UWinnipeg hosted a delicious bannock breakfast on campus that was well attended. Check out who was there!
Posted on: 05/31/19 | Author: Communications
UWinnipeg alumna, community leader, and Weweni Future Scholar, Jarita Greyeyes has been selected as a Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation Scholar.
Posted on: 05/28/19 | Author: Communications
The Two-Spirit* of Manitoba officially launched its archival collection at UWinnipeg as part of UWinnipeg’s Pride celebrations.
Posted on: 05/14/19 | Author: Communications
The annual camp received $75,000 in funding over three years. With the added support and security, organizers will be able to incorporate more computer science and coding with Indigenous knowledge.