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: 05/13/20 | Author: Communications
UWinnipeg classics’ students are bringing Egyptian artifacts virtually to homes and classrooms across the city with the Lux Project.
Posted on: 05/04/20 | Author: Communications
Two professors from The University of Winnipeg Faculty of Education, Dr. Laura Sokal and Dr. Lesley Eblie Trudel, are leading a new study to understand factors associated with the need for Canadian teachers to lower stress and maintain effectiveness while navigating COVID-19.
Posted on: 05/01/20 | Author: Communications
An associate professor in the Department of English, Wills will be writing a historical novel during her three-year term as Chancellor’s Research Chair.
Posted on: 04/27/20 | Author: Communications
A new podcast profiles UWinnipeg researchers, the questions they have, and what they’re doing to find answers. The first episode provides insight into Dr. Craig Willis’s questions about managing wildlife diseases in the wake of global bat-borne pandemics like COVID-19.
Posted on: 04/15/20 | Author: Communications
UWinnipeg’s neutrino physics team, spearheaded by Dr. Blair Jamieson, collaborating on the Tokai to Kamioka, publishes new findings today on antimatter.
Posted on: 04/08/20 | Author: Communications
The University of Winnipeg has received funding from the Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR) to support Kishaadigeh, an Indigenous-led health research project developed by and with Indigenous communities and organizations to empower health research initiatives that reflect their priorities.
Posted on: 04/07/20 | Author: Communications
UWinnipeg English student Jase Falk was awarded the Abe and Bertha Arnold Oral History Grant to assist in the Transgender Oral History Project.