Mieke Ruth Van Ineveld

  • Lunch lecture highlights research on women in the workforce

    Gender-based wage disparities are a widely discussed topic, but popular discourse often fails to capture the evolving nature of their causes.

  • Breaking down barriers to trans healthcare

    “On a scale from zero to 10, where zero is being a woman and 10 is being a man, how much do you feel like a man?”

    This may sound like a question ripped from the pages of a teen magazine or an online quiz, but, until recently, it was one of the first questions encountered by many patients of the Trans Health Klinic, the only dedicated provider of transition-related healthcare in Manitoba for patients over the age of 14.

  • Wesmen training for ‘tough’ home opener

    The University of Winnipeg Wesmen women’s volleyball team will soon square off against some of the toughest opponents in the Canada West conference.

  • U of W Foundation embraces Net Zero, but not divestment

    The University of Winnipeg (U of W) Foundation, which oversees the U of W’s $82 million endowment fund, has committed to ensuring its investment portfolio is “aligned with net-zero emissions” by 2050 or sooner.

  • In search of trans safety on campus

    The University of Winnipeg (U of W) 2SLGBTQ+ Solidarity Collective is hosting a week of events to help reshape conversations surrounding trans issues on campus.

  • ‘We are still here’

    The University of Winnipeg (U of W)’s third annual Truth and Reconciliation Week kicks off on Monday, Sept. 25. Through a series of events, students can continue learning about Indigenous cultures and honour residential-school survivors.

  • U of W faculty to begin collective bargaining

    After a tumultuous summer of senior administrator departures, University of Winnipeg (U of W) faculty and administrators are headed to the bargaining table. The parties will negotiate replacements for collective agreements governing regular academic staff (RAS) and contract academic staff (CAS), which expired in 2020 and 2019, respectively.

  • Neuroscience profs building ‘first-of-its-kind’ research centre

    The University of Winnipeg (U of W) is now home to three new pieces of cutting-edge neuroscience research equipment.

    Psychology professors Dr. Amy Desroches, Dr. Stephen Smith and Dr. Stephanie Bugden research children’s linguistic and neural development. They work within the U of W’s recently inaugurated neuroscience program that features a new Centre for Cognitive Neuroscience.

  • 1C03 exhibit explores spiritualism, ghosts, pandemics

    A spectre is haunting Centennial Hall.

    The Undead Archive: 100 Years of Photographing Ghosts, a multi-site exhibition curated by University of Winnipeg art-history professor Dr. Serena Keshavjee, opens in Gallery 1C03 on Sept. 7.

  • Rebuilding bridges with students

    Tomiris Kaliyeva, president of the University of Winnipeg Students’ Association (UWSA), and Christine Quiah, vice-president of student affairs, hope to demonstrate to students that the UWSA is there to help.

  • Of remembrance and struggle

    Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR), observed on Nov. 20 each year at the University of Winnipeg and in hundreds of cities around the world, is an event whose purpose defies a universal definition.

  • Streeter

    Question 1: What’s the best & worst part of being back at school? // Question 2: What advice do you have for students who are feeling overwhelmed?

  • Bylaw changes ease parking woes around U of W

     A breakdown of how the new parking law affects students

  • No More Business as Usual

    To address climate change, we have to change the narrative 

  • An ode to love

    Library Voices tours with its latest album

  • A new look at our city

    Photographer explores Winnipeg on his blog

  • Deep Dark Cave

    Indie rockers working on the live show and aiming Higher

  • Heave Steve

    Vote-deciding issues have come before the country’s future

  • Winnipeg Is: Embracing the Trimbee era

    Dr. Annette Trimbee, U of W graduate and former Alberta Deputy Minister of Advanced Education, is now well in to her first year as U of W’s President and Vice-Chancellor. Many exciting things have happened under her watch including the recent $825,000 grant to develop the Graduate Studies program. Dr. Trimbee joined us over the phone to reflect on her year, current issues on campus and the future of the U of W.

  • UWSA election season off to slow start

    In less than two weeks hundreds of University of Winnipeg students will take to the polls to elect the 2015-16 board of directors for the U of W Students’ Association (UWSA).

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