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Sep 3rd, 2015

The Campus Bookstore is offering a 30% discount on specialized LED lights from Nite Ize on September 3 as its True Savings Thursday special.

From left to right: At Libro Community Café’s recent event, Executive Chef Paolo Vasapolli, worked with Balal Mohamed, Vivian Hui and Veronica Miller to prepare fish tacos with pickled red cabbage, and served the meals to the community.
Sep 3rd, 2015

Over a period of a few months UWindsor student Vivian Hui learned new skills as a cook,  cashier and waitress, thanks to a community program that equips young people with leadership and employment skills through implementing and operating a community cafe.

stainless steel travel mug
Sep 3rd, 2015

The winner of Monday’s DailyNews trivia contest will receive a travel mug donated by the Campus Bookstore.

Communication, Media and Film professor Michael Stasko’s The Dot Film company production, The Birder, is a revenge-comedy set inside the world of bird watching. Photo courtesy of The Dot Film Company.
Sep 3rd, 2015

UWindsor Communication, Media and Film professor Michael Stasko’s The Dot Film company, along with Kickstand Entertainment, has premiered their new feature short revenge comedy, The Birder.

With the assistance of the lab’s supervisor, Bill Middleton, research intern Subhashini Kishnan mastered using her favourite instrument: the anaerobic chamber, also known as the glove box.
Sep 3rd, 2015

A biotechnology student from India has recently completed a UWindsor research internship exploring the field of alternative energy sources.

The intent of the Intellectual Property Policy is to create a university environment that encourages the generation of new knowledge or creative activities by an individual or team of faculty, staff, and students and to facilitate wide transfer o
Sep 2nd, 2015

A reminder to the campus community to send in their comments regarding the Intellectual Property Policy draft, by September 18.

The average salary for graduates working full-time two years after graduation was $49,001 and just six months after graduation it was $42,301.
Sep 2nd, 2015

The vast majority of graduates of Ontario’s undergraduate university programs are getting well-paying jobs in their fields soon after graduation.

Science Dean Marlys Koschinsky who joined UWindsor in 2008, following a 17-year career at Queen’s University, has accepted the position of Executive Director at Western University’s Robarts Research Institute.
Sep 2nd, 2015

Science Dean Marlys Koschinsky has accepted the position of Executive Director at Western University’s Robarts Research Institute and will leave the UWindsor September 30.

Registration is open for a full-day professional development event, the 9th annual GATAcademy, taking place Thursday, September 3, in the Odette Building and Lambton Tower.
Sep 1st, 2015

UWindsor graduate assistants (GAs) and teaching assistants (TAs) and students interested in teaching and learning are invited to register for a full-day professional development event.

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