Events 2002
December
Gift to the Centre

The Centre was pleased to receive a multimedia disk about Ukrainian Christmas from the Ukrainian composer Oleksander Sparyns'kyi.

November 13
Inauguration of the Tarnawecky Distinguished Lecture

University of Manitoba Chancellor Dr. William Norrie officially launched the Dr. lraida and Prof. Michael Tarnawecky Distinguished Lecture Series, at the Centre for Ukrainian Canadian Studies, University of Manitoba, where close to 100 people attended this special event.
“Ukrainian Immigration to Canada - Anthony Hnytka and the Third Wave 1940-1949”. Watch the lecture...

September 28
A day in Hollywood. A night in Ukraine... with a stopover in Vancouver

Lecture by Dr. Denis Hlynka.

July 3
Retired Farmer Leaves $500,000 to Centre for Ukrainian Canadian Studies

Bequest from 98-year-old one of largest received by University.

May 25
Ukrainian Canadian Congress

Rt. Rev. Dr. Oleh Krawchenko represented the Centre for Ukrainian Canadian Studies in the roundtable discussion on the state and future of Ukrainian Studies in Canada.

May 7
On the Lighter Side: Animal Sounds in Ukrainian

The Centre for Ukrainian Canadian Studies added its contribution to the ongoing debate on Richardson's Roundup on CBC national radio.

May
UKiP Proposal

Centre for Ukrainian Canadian Studies participates in UKiP Proposal.

April 12
Rock Conference

Drs. Gerus and Hlynka presented a paper titled "Anthony Hlynka and the third wave" at a national conference in Edmonton, Alberta.

April 11
Inaugural Meeting

Inaugural Meeting of the Ukrainian Canadian Studies Coordinating Initiative.

April
On the Lighter Side: Kovbassa

The Centre for Ukrainian Canadian Studies added its contribution to the ongoing debate on Richardson's Roundup on CBC national radio.

March 20
Global Focus Day

Centre for Ukrainian Canadian Studies participates in Global Focus Day at Mennonite Brethren Collegiate Institute.