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    Dr. Natalie Richer completed all of her degrees in human kinetics from the University of Ottawa.

  • Standing with our trans siblings

    This past Friday, March 3, the University of Winnipeg (U of W) hosted a lecture that many in the city’s 2SLGBTQIA+ communities worried would direct hate at transgender people.

  • Student services

    Spring term registration// Webinar Wednesdays// Career chats on Instagram// Winter term withdrawal deadline// Ask an Advisor on Instagram// Graduation Pow Wow

  • The language of mathematics

    Dr. Iian Smythe grew up in Winnipeg and earned a bachelor of mathematics from the University of Manitoba with a minor in philosophy.

  • Reforms to UWSA election rules ahead of vote

    On Jan. 18, the University of Winnipeg Students’ Association’s (UWSA) board of directors approved a swath of reforms to the organization’s election rules.

  • Critical mental health

    Jan DeFehr is a University of Winnipeg alum.

  • Student services

    Reading Week// Career Chats on Instagram// Webinar Wednesdays// Ask an Advisor on Instagram// Winter Term withdrawal deadline// Spring term registration

  • A limited support system

    At the start of this month, Manitoba’s provincial government formally recognized Eating Disorders Awareness Week and announced plans to further fund local eating-disorder programs.

  • Coming to you independent and ad-free

    Between the same couple hits playing over and over, disc jockeys seemingly talking about nothing and the blare of advertisements, finding quality radio can seem like an impossible task.

  • Student services

    Fall/Winter Term courses - Final withdrawal date// Webinar Wednesdays// Reading Week// Career Chats on Instagram// Ask an Advisor on Instragram// Spring Term registration// Graduation Pow Wow

  • Workplace boundaries and microaggressions

    Grace O’Farrell moved to Winnipeg at 18 years old.

  • Learning from each other

    When Jun Fujita and Mei Miyanishi first enrolled in the University of Winnipeg’s (U of W) English Language Program (ELP), it met exclusively online.

  • Student services

    Webinar Wednesdays// Career Chats on Instagram// Fall/Winter Term courses - Final withdrawal date// Ask an Advisor on Instagram// Spring Graduation

  • Curiosity and playfulness in ancient Greek literature

    Dr. Melissa Funke is an assistant professor in classics.

  • Preventing burnout among students

    In the 2022 Canadian Student Wellbeing Survey, 53 per cent of students attending post-secondary education reported feeling stressed while balancing school commitments, jobs, extracurricular activities and their health and wellbeing.

  • The benefits of ‘yes and’

    For those who aren’t extroverted by nature, it can be easy to dismiss improv as an activity that demands a certain degree of confidence and social energy.

  • Student services

    Study Skills Workshops// Spring Graduation// Winter 2023 In-Course Awards// Webinar Wednesdays// Ask an Advisor on Instagram// Career Chats on Instagram// Fall/Winter Term Courses-Final Withdrawal Date

  • Fish biology

    Dr. Caleb Hasler grew up in a small town in Eastern Ontario.

  • Student services

    Study skills workshops// Webinar Wednesday// Tuition fees for Winter Term// Fall grades// Spring graduation// Winter 2023 In-Course Awards// Fall/Winter Term courses-Final withdrawal date// Reading week

  • A rich French culture

    Dr. Adina Balint is a professor of French literature in the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures at the University of Winnipeg.

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