One of the fastest growing aspects in the constantly expanding field of sport psychology is research involving athletes with intellectual disabilities.
In 2010, the University of Winnipeg added men’s and women’s soccer teams, as well as college basketball teams to the Wesmen athletic program.
The opening of McFeetor’s Hall in 2009 signified a new era in student housing for the University of Winnipeg. No longer an anomaly, the idea of students living downtown or on campus now has a strong core cemented in the $18 million project.
I don’t remember much from my Orientation Week at U of W; my first day of school was September 10, 2001, so things got a little heavy on day two.
Board approves balanced 2011-2012 budget; Students explore South Africa reconciliation; Green corridor to connect campuses; Students wins Top 20 Under 20 award
A large-scale statistical study conducted by Winnipeg researchers indicates that homophobia is a profound problem in public schools throughout Canada.
Approximately 100 students gathered in front of the University of Winnipeg campus yesterday for a vote mob, an event dedicated to promoting Canadian youth voting.
In 2004, Lloyd Axworthy, former federal cabinet minister and creator of the University of Winnipeg’s Institute for Urban Studies, took the position of president and vice-chancellor at the U of W.
Record attendance and a number of controversial issues made the 2011 University of Winnipeg Students’ Association’s annual general meeting on March 25 a memorable afternoon for all. The three-plus hour meeting in the Bulman Centre saw the deficit of the organization grow by $20,000.
“They should be open later,” said Farid Stanekzai, a 25-year-old politics student at the U of W.
The University of Winnipeg athletic department will be adding a wrestling program to their family of teams in the fall of 2011.
After weeks marred by tension between the University of Winnipeg Faculty Association (UWFA) and the U of W administration, many were relieved when the two parties ratified a hard-fought collective agreement.
Distinguished Alumni Award comes to U of W; First Wesmen baseball specialty camp coming in April; International Adult Learners celebrated; New members to join Wesmen volleyball squad; Gold and silver for Wesmen basketball teams
If you are a University of Winnipeg student, you are probably one of the 8,000 students who won’t vote in this week’s University of Winnipeg Students’ Association’s general election. This is exactly what Sara McGregor, chief elections commissioner for the UWSA, is trying to change.
The Wesmen College basketball teams participated in the Manitoba College Athletics Conference (MCAC) Final Four Championship on March 12 and 13.
After a year of negotiations, bargaining and threats of a strike, the University of Winnipeg Faculty Association (UWFA) has a new collective agreement with U of W administration.
Partnership to provide legal assistance to low-income families; Wesmen women lose at regionals, fall short of national tournament; Manitoba takes on FASD research; New scholarship for rural students at U of W; New UWSA to be elected
With only 30 minutes to spare before the University of Winnipeg Faculty Association (UWFA)’s strike deadline, the UWFA strike was called off.
REDress Project: combining art and education; Donations help Diversity feed the community; U of W helps bring Festival of India to life; Wesmen basketball star Stephanie Kleysen named Rookie of the Year; Two Wesmen named to all-star team
The students who mark your exams and teach your labs are about to get even more organized.