Support New Open Forum for Social Justice and Public Good
This Lectureship is an exciting new initiative at The University of Winnipeg intended to provoke dialogues about social justice in an accessible, open forum and named in honour of former UWinnipeg President, Dr. Lloyd Axworthy.
Sustainably Saving Tomatoes
This study is aimed at testing whether soil nitrogen supplementation results in greater susceptibility of tomato plants to whitefly infestation, and if so, to what extent; and testing whether some varieties of tomato are more resistant or tolerant to whiteflies.
Support Student Field Course to Israel and the West Bank
Help 10 extraordinary UWinnipeg students travel to Israel and the West Bank and gain a greater understanding for what causes major conflict, and what effect great conflict can have on a community.
Help Us Share Korean Culture
In conjunction with Chonnam National University, these students will participate in an exciting new field course that will enable them to experience Korean language and culture firsthand.
Invest in Potential - Support MDP Students
MDP is committed to ensuring that the program is financially accessible to all qualified students. Our goal is to continue to offer the innovative and complex program that we do and to continue to increase our financial support to students. For this, we ask for your help.
Support the UW Science Adventures Summer Camp
The Science Adventures Summer Camp provides an experience for children who may otherwise not be able to attend camp, and provides a space for them to practice social skills essential to growth as an individual while learning how to make positive choices in life. The more these kinds of experiences children can engage in, the more likely they are to grow up to be happy, healthy and responsible citizens in our community.
Fitness Classes for Newcomer Women
In partnership with UWinnipeg and the Axworthy Health & RecPlex, the Newcomer Soccer and Multi-Sport Academy is working with local refugee families to provide opportunities to participate in sport and other recreational activities that will help them adapt to their new life in Canada.
Honouring a Quiet Warrior
The recent death of Larry Morrissette is a major loss, not only to his family and friends but also to the many Indigenous and non-Indigenous people that he has worked closely with in recent decades in efforts to re-build Winnipeg’s inner city and revitalize Indigenous cultures.