Meet Indigenous Scholar Sierra Hill

Sierra Hill is working with UWinnipeg’s art historian Dr. Serena Keshavjee’s exhibition ‘The Visual Culture of Ghosts’.

Randy Kobes Poster Symposium moves to Zoom

University of Winnipeg undergraduate students will be presenting their research at the annual competition, which will be completely online this year.

Frozen Justice series explores crime in Canadian films

A new season of the Frozen Justice video series launches this week, continuing an interdisciplinary exploration into how crime is depicted in Canadian films.

Forest to fuel in Manitoba

A UWinnipeg research team have synthesized information about the current state of the bioeconomy in the province that is now available online.

ToyBox learning tool well-received by families during pilot testing

More than 200 families from across Canada and the United States piloted tested the new ToyBox tool, which promotes children’s numeracy and literacy.

Prairie Climate Centre postdoc asks how climate change affects health?

Rhéa Rocque, whose background is in health and social psychology, is pursuing public health, climate change, and knowledge translation and communication research through the PCC’s multi-year funding agreement with the Public Health Agency of Canada.

Meet Indigenous Summer Scholar Sarah DeLaronde

This summer, Sarah DeLaronde is working with Dr. Jaime Cidro on Kishaadigeh, an NEIHR-funded Indigenous-led health research project developed by and with Indigenous communities and organizations to empower health research initiatives that reflect their priorities.

This or that? Dr. Olya Bryksina evaluates how people make choices

When making choices, University of Winnipeg Assistant Professor Dr. Olya Bullard recommends that you evaluate your options one at a time rather than side by side.

Calculating the spread of COVID-19

UWinnipeg’s Dr. Ortrud Oellermann and her undergraduate student Aalekh Patel are using math to help control the spread of the disease.

Chemistry grad thankful for virtual research and inspiring mentors

When the COVID-19 pandemic shifted on-campus labs to home offices, Hannah Bloomfield who graduated this month with a Bachelor of Science (Honours), wondered what that would mean for her summer research. “Not only did Dr. Jamie Ritch create a computational-based job for me, he pushed me to participate in the Canadian Chemical Crystallographic Workshop (CCCW) and continue to challenge myself.”