Opportunities for Students

Graduate Studies

For a complete list of events, check out the Graduate Studies Events page!

Calls for Papers

Things That Go Bump in the North

Submission Deadline July 31, 2018.
This collection considers what Canadian horror texts can tell us about Canadian culture, media, history, and politics. Click here for more information.

Annual Review of Interdisciplinary Justice Research (IJR), Volume 8

Submission deadline August 1, 2018.
"Accessing Justice”: This volume of the IJR will provide a forum for students, activists, and scholars in law, the social sciences, humanities and beyond to critically and creatively examine the concepts of access and justice. Click here for more information.

Workshops and Training

Information about workshops for graduate students is coming soon.


Employment Opportunities

Check again soon for job postings! 

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer to be a Language Partner!

The English Language Program (ELP) is seeking fluent English language speakers to give EAL (English as an Additional Language) students an opportunity to practice English outside of the classroom and to learn more about the Canadian way of life. Partners meet 1 hour per week to talk learn, and listen.

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Presenters Needed for Skywalk Lecture Series

The Skywalk Lecture Series has been a lunchtime tradition since 1990. We are currently looking for vibrant researchers, faculty, staff and grad students to inform, engage, and challenge a lunchtime crowd at the Millennium Library on topics of broad historical, political and scientific interest!

This is a great opportunity for the UWinnipeg community to present research to the public at large — and for faculty and staff to contribute to knowledge mobilization. 

Ten presenters are needed for both the fall and winter sessions. All presentations are on Wednesday(s) from 12:00 – 1:00 pm and standard PowerPoint capabilities are provided.

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