PROFile

  • Bored of pots and pans

    PROFile: Mirjana Roksandic, professor, anthropology department, U of W

  • Love and crime

    PROFile: Silvana Buccini, contract academic staff, Department of Criminal Justice, U of W

  • Lost in Japan

    PROFile: Jeffrey Newmark, associate professor, religion and culture department, U of W

  • The personal and the historical

    PROFile: Jon Malek, sessional instructor, history department, U of W

  • Teacher-type

    PROFile: Gordon Mackintosh, instructor, political  science department, U of W

  • Monkey business and virtual reality

    PROFile: Bruce Bolster, associate professor and neuroscience program co-ordinator, psychology department, U of W

  • Queer theory and a love of reading

    PROFile: Heather Milne, associate professor, Department of English, U of W

  • Agents for change

    PROFile: Jeannie Kerr, associate professor and chair of Human Ethics Committee, Faculty of Education, U of W

  • How to get away with screenwriting

    PROFile: Noam Gonick, instructor, theatre and film  department, U of W

  • What would Julie do?

    PROFile: Donna Fletcher, instructor, theatre and film department, U of W

  • Hop, skip, jump!

    PROFile: Dr. Sharanpal Ruprai, associate professor, women’s and gender studies department, U of W

  • A lot on the go

    PROFile: John B. Lowe, instructor, theatre and film department, U of W

  • Teachers ≥ heroes

    PROFile: Christopher Araujo, contract academic staff, Department of Philosophy, U of W

  • The right kinds of questions

    PROFile: Adam Scarfe, Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy

  • From the big city to the Prairies

    The story of why Jennifer Reid left Toronto and began teaching at the U of W is a heartwarming tale. 

  • Teaching during the pandemic

    When it comes to teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic, Dr. Davina DesRoches actively tries to be as understanding as possible under the current circumstances. 

  • Jack of all trades

    For Shawn Moi, becoming an instructor for the University of Winnipeg’s Rhetoric, Writing and Communications department was not something he planned from the start.

  • Mining towns and domineering corporations

    “I’ve always felt as if a corporation should not run a community.” 

  • Gamifying Narrative Studies

    The bulk of the work Ryan Clement does as an instructor for the University of Winnipeg’s Rhetoric, Writing and Communication and English departments is in academic writing.

  • PROFile: Sara Murphy

    Sara Murphy’s journey to becoming an assistant professor for the University of Winnipeg’s Department of Business and Administration began with undergraduate work in psychology.

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