PROFile

  • PROFile: Took it too far

    For Lauren Chochinov, an instructor at the University of Winnipeg’s (U of W) English department, choosing a career path wasn’t exactly cut and dry.

  • PROFile: The harms that they do

    Before becoming an instructor for the University of Winnipeg’s (U of W) criminal-justice department, Amelia Curran was a student at the university herself.

  • PROFile: Interdisciplinary Sociologist

    When Kristen Hardy started her undergraduate degree, she immediately knew she wanted to be an academic and a professor.

  • PROFile: Philosophy is?

    During her undergrad, Carolyn Garland – contract instructor for the University of Winnipeg’s (U of W) philosophy department – was initially divided between two fields of study.

  • PROFile: ‘The criminal justice system is a social-justice issue’

    In terms of his research, Ryan Coulling – sessional instructor for the University of Winnipeg’s criminal justice department – takes an intersectional approach when exploring criminology.

    “The criminal justice system is a social justice issue,” Coulling says.

  • PROFile: Clarity in math

    It was roughly 27 years ago that Mladen Despic – a mathematics and statistics instructor for the University of Winnipeg (U of W) – first began teaching on campus.

  • When in Florence

    For Anne-Laurence Caudano, a professor in the University of Winnipeg’s (U of W) history department, her love of the past began in childhood. “I always wanted to do something historical,” Caudano says.

  • ‘Throw the box out the window’

    For Kristi Kenyon, one of the best things about being an associate professor at the University of Winnipeg’s (U of W) Global College is the energy of the classroom.

    “The world kind of changes in the classroom,” she says. “We’re learning from each other. We’re having conversations. It’s a safe space to think through new ideas.”

  • Drawn to the past and all its weirdness

    From a young age, Dr. Carla Manfredi – assistant professor for the University of Winnipeg’s (U of W) English department – found herself pulled to the past.

  • Creative writing and internationality

    As the new assistant professor for the University of Winnipeg’s (U of W) English department, Dr. Sandy Pool has ideas for incorporating her international experience into the creative writing stream.

  • 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

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