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Muharem Kianieff
Apr 23rd, 2019

Windsor Law professor Muharem Kianieff has published a book on blockchain and the legal and economic challenges faced by this new technology.

image of First Nations persons paddling boat
Apr 23rd, 2019

A new book club will discuss a guide to systemic change in higher education through Indigenization, decolonization, and reconciliation.

Madeline Doornaert
Apr 23rd, 2019

Voice student Madeline Doornaert will sing with the Windsor Symphony Orchestra Strings for six concerts at venues across the region this week.

poster image of fraying rope, “Crucial Conversations in Teaching and Learning”
Apr 23rd, 2019

“Crucial Conversations in Teaching and Learning” will explore the forces driving change in post-secondary education.

plates of food
Apr 23rd, 2019

Mare Nostrum restaurant will serve diners 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday to Friday, this summer.

Migrant workers picking strawberries
Apr 22nd, 2019

April 22 is the final day to register for the Migrant Farm Worker Health Forum, to be held in Windsor Hall on Friday.

Kayla Smith
Apr 22nd, 2019

Windsor Law student Kayla Smith re-appeared before a Senate committee considering how to encourage young Canadians to volunteer in their communities.

Presenters at the 2018 Canadian Undergraduate Computer Science Conference discuss their research.
Apr 22nd, 2019

Organizers of the Canadian Undergraduate Computer Science Conference, July 25 to 27 on the UWindsor campus, have issued a call for participation.

man appearing to work on microchip
Apr 22nd, 2019

Maintenance of information technology systems will result in outages to some services in the early-morning hours from April 23 to May 5.

Roger Lauzon, Jordyn Liebman
Apr 18th, 2019

Nursing student Jordyn Liebman says receiving a scholarship enabled her to be active in university life outside the classroom.