The University of Winnipeg Golden Key Chapter
Your support of our initiatives, be it $2 or $2,000, will make a big difference in our ability to maintain and continue to expand the services of our Golden Key Chapter at UWinnipeg.
The Judith F. Gainsbury Memorial Scholarship in Creative Writing
After nearly 30 years of dedicated service and excellence, Dr. Neil Besner has announced that he will retire on July 1, 2017. To further his contributions to The University of Winnipeg, Besner has also donated $30,000 to create an endowment in support of his new scholarship, the Judith F. Gainsbury Memorial Scholarship in Creative Writing.
Merchants Corner will become a host and a catalyst for a positive shift in Winnipeg’s North End. If you share our vision of building stronger and healthier communities, please consider supporting this important initiative.
Help Launch A Storybook App for Pīsim Finds Her Miskanow
Accompanied by a teacher’s guide and supplemented by the picture book and the archaeological study that preceded it, the digital text will be useful in classrooms for teaching Canadian history in new interactive ways. It will also be a lot of fun to play!
Help Save The Poweshiek Skipperling From Extinction
Please join us in our efforts to save the Poweshiek Skipperling by supporting critical research and recovery activities and by sharing this page with others. Your gift will make a big difference in ensuring this crucial work can continue without delay. You will also be helping students gain important hands-on experience in their field of study. All donations are tax deductible.
Revive The Library Space
The University of Winnipeg Library is a place of engagement, learning, and sanctuary. Many students remember our Library as not just somewhere to borrow books or study but as a source of great memories from their time at university.
2017 CLASS Spring Institute - Murray Sinclair
The University of Winnipeg’s 50th Anniversary presents the campus community with an ideal moment to reflect back on 50 years of higher education, and to chart its course moving forward. To assist in this process, the CLASS Spring Institute will explore the relationship between the university and the public good.