Careers in Culture: Studying Curatorial Practices at UWinnipeg

Graduates of The University of Winnipeg’s Cultural Studies MA Program: Curatorial Arts Stream are making waves in the arts and culture scene. Watch the videos below to find out more about this exciting opportunity for an interdisciplinary education in the cultural sector. Program graduate Angeliki Bogaijti   Dr. Stephen Borys, University of Winnipeg Adjunct Professor, …Read more >

Accomplished music teacher bolsters The Collegiate’s performing arts program

Having earned praise for achieving great results at the helm of a school music program in Manitoba’s Interlake, Renise Mlodzinski is excited for her next challenge: to help build The Collegiate’s music program from the ground up. This fall marks the launch of the new suite of performing arts programs at The University of Winnipeg’s …Read more >

Community Stage named after Dr. Lloyd Axworthy

    Dr. Lloyd Axworthy with his wife Denise Ommanney and Gloria Cardwell-Hoeppner, Executive Director of the West End BIZ at Saigon Park (Ellice Avenue between Spence and Balmoral) Mayor Sam Katz was joined today by Dr. Lloyd Axworthy, President and Vice-Chancellor of The University of Winnipeg, and Gloria Cardwell-Hoeppner, Executive Director of the West …Read more >

In Conversation with Lloyd Axworthy: Reflections on UWinnipeg

Every person in the UWinnipeg community has witnessed the growth and transformation spearheaded by Dr. Lloyd Axworthy during his decade of exceptional service to The University of Winnipeg as President and Vice-Chancellor. Upon his retirement, Dr. Axworthy sat down with Communications Officer Megan Benedictson to reflect. Here is their conversation: Part 1: The Spirit Of UWinnipeg Part 2: …Read more >

5th Annual ‘I Heart UWinnipeg’ Dinner Raises More Than $240,000

WINNIPEG, MB – More than $240,000 was raised for The University of Winnipeg’s Opportunity Fund at the 2014 I Heart UWinnipeg dinner on May 21, 2014, the last fundraising dinner before Dr. Lloyd Axworthy retires as President and Vice-Chancellor. At the dinner an Opportunity Fund bursary was established in the name of Dr. Axworthy and …Read more >

Five exceptional people to be honoured at Spring Convocation

Chrétien, Moroni, Sawyer and Buhlers to receive honorary degrees WINNIPEG, MB – The University of Winnipeg is honoured to present five exceptional people who have left their mark in the world of politics, arts, business and philanthropy with honourary degrees at Spring Convocation June 11 and June 12, 2014. Recipients include: Jean Chrétien, former Prime Minister of Canada; …Read more >

UWinnipeg’s Retirees 2014

UWinnipeg honours this year’s retirees at a reception on Wednesday, May 7, 2014 in Riddell Hall at 2:00pm.

Wesmen coach nominated as woman of distinction

The UWinnipeg community would like to congratulate Wesmen Women’s Basketball head coach Tanya McKay on her recent YMCA-YWCA Women of Distinction Nomination. McKay was nominated by women’s basketball team member Kerri Kuzbyt in the Education, Training & Mentorship category. The award recognizes an outstanding woman who is an educator or mentor in many avenues of …Read more >

Dreams Youth Mentorship Group Explores Opportunities at UWinnipeg

A small group of youth from the West Broadway Youth Outreach Dreams career mentorship program spent the day at The University of Winnipeg to get an up-close look at possible career and education opportunities for the future. The group of inner city students toured labs in the Richardson College for the Environment and Science Complex, …Read more >

UWinnipeg plays its part

John Melnyk’s rendition of George Gershwin’s “Fascinating Rhythm,” played on “Happiano” at Manitoba Hydro Place. UWinnipeg Department of Business and Administration students know John Melnyk for his business and marketing expertise, but the faculty member attracted a bit of a crowd in downtown Winnipeg today for another talent: The accomplished pianist performed several Gershwin numbers …Read more >