Graduate Studies

student speaking with grad school repRepresentatives of every UWindsor grad program will be on hand during the Graduate Studies Showcase, Thursday in the CAW Student Centre Commons.

Event to showcase programs of graduate study

Representatives of every UWindsor grad program will be on hand during the Graduate Studies Showcase, Thursday in the CAW Student Centre Commons.

Cessidia DeBiasioCessidia DeBiasio is one of two UWindsor students to receive the 2017 Athena Scholarship for community involvement, leadership potential, and academic excellence.

Luncheon to honour local young scholars

Students Lacy Carty and Cessidia DeBiasio will be honoured as Athena Scholars at a luncheon Friday, November 3.

woman outstanding in her fieldThe Psychological Services and Research Centre offers a group treatment program for adults with symptoms of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.

Group treatment available for symptoms of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

The Psychological Services and Research Centre offers a group treatment program for adults with symptoms of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.

Anna Marrocco, Peggy Oldfield, Gina Pittman, Mary Voutt-GoosUWindsor’s inaugural cohort of PhD candidates in nursing: Anna Marrocco, Peggy Oldfield, Gina Pittman, and Mary Voutt-Goos (missing from photo: Arwa Alsadoon).

Doctoral students in nursing greeted with warm reception

Until now, instructors in the UWindsor Faculty of Nursing have had to leave the city to earn a doctorate in the discipline. That is changing, with the introduction of a new PhD program in nursing which welcomed its first cohort Tuesday at a reception in the Medical Education Building.

“This is going to service Windsor-Essex very well,” said Dale Rajacich, graduate co-ordinator. “In all of Canada, only 411 professors of nursing hold doctorates in nursing, as opposed to some other field. We need to produce more.”