Graduate Studies

UWindsor clinical psychology students Lauren O'Driscoll, Brie Brooker, Emily Johnson, Miche Monette and Ashley Mlotek are pictured on campus with professor Dr. Josée Jarry. UWindsor clinical psychology students Lauren O'Driscoll, Brie Brooker, Emily Johnson, Miche Monette and Ashley Mlotek are pictured on campus with professor Dr. Josée Jarry.

Clinical psychology students set sights on year-long internship

Doctoral students from UWindsor’s clinical psychology program are gearing up to complete the final leg of their exhaustive educational pursuits.

The one-year internship will be the culmination of six years of study, researching for their master’s thesis and PhD dissertation and more than 2,300 hours of supervised clinical practicums.

This September will see 14 students from the program fan out across the continent to begin internships following a highly-competitive selection process.

An African rhinoceros is pictured in this handout photo.An African rhinoceros is pictured in this handout photo.

UWindsor students confront illegal trade in rhino horn

It is so coveted that it’s worth more than its weight in gold.

Its intended use has long been proven ineffectual, and yet the demand is contributing to the obliteration of a species.

The illegal trade of rhinoceros horn in Africa is fraught with controversy and two University of Windsor business students have become engrossed in the issue.

“It’s just not fair to these animals,” said master of business administration student Fred Wilkins.