Rocky Cree story comes to life in new app

 Pīsim gets a fresh lease on life  in the first interactive picture book app in both Rocky Cree and English languages that will launch on Thursday, October 24.

UWinnipeg research funding increased by 400%

University of Winnipeg faculty members continue to demonstrate excellence in research.

UWinnipeg researcher looks into anti-scalping laws

Professor Phil Cyrenne explored anti-scalping laws and the selling of season tickets by professional sports teams in a recent research article.

KGB files offer information on missing Mennonites

UWinnipeg’s Centre for Transnational Mennonite Studies cracks open KGB files to help find missing Mennonites from the 1930 and 40s.

Searching for a cure with cutting-edge biomedical research

UWinnipeg post-doctoral scholar, Dr. Sheryl Herrera is transforming biomedical research – and hopes to one day find a cure for debilitating diseases like Alzheimer’s. Thanks to a Mitacs Elevate postdoctoral fellowship, she is working with Cubresa, Inc., developing applications for improved diagnosis and treatment of central nervous system disorders.

Undergraduate research highlighted at annual symposium

The 14th annual Randy Kobes Undergraduate Research Symposium had 34 undergraduate students from across disciplines and departments presenting their research.

NASA research student at UWinnipeg

NASA funded researcher Jess Mollerup, from Western Washington University, has come to work with Dr. Ed Cloutis in his Center for Terrestrial and Planetary Exploration Lab.

UWinnipeg students participate in moon mission

Seven undergraduate students from UWinnipeg participated in a simulated Canadian Space Agency moon exploration mission.

UWinnipeg historians lead Manitoba Indigenous TB Photo Project

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.

New Report Explores the Health Risks of Heat Waves and Climate Change in Canada

WINNIPEG, MB – Today the Prairie Climate Centre (PCC) at The University of Winnipeg launched a special report called Heat Waves and Health, which explains the risks and health adaptation options facing Canadians regarding climate change and extreme heat: “The consequences of extreme heat are serious and affect cardiovascular, mental and respiratory health,” said Dr. Ian Mauro, Prairie Climate Centre’s Executive …Read more >