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book “Feelings of Structure”A launch May 23 of the book “Feelings of Structure,” co-edited by UWindsor professor Karen Engle, is held in conjunction with a symposium on the nature of anticipation.

Symposium to explore social nature of anticipation

A symposium in Windsor this week will examine the idea that anticipation is as much a social phenomenon as a psychological one.

Andrew MuirAndrew Muir, scientific director of the Great Lakes Fishery Commission, will deliver a keynote lecture to open the annual meeting of the Canadian Society of Zoologists, May 13 at the St. Clair Centre for the Arts.

Protecting Great Lakes fisheries subject of conference keynote

The annual meeting of one of Canada’s largest organization of researchers focused on the study of animals is coming to Windsor.

Jane Philpott and Jody Wilson-RaybouldIndependent MPs Jane Philpott and Jody Wilson-Raybould speak with the media in the foyer of the House of Commons in Ottawa, April 3.

Violence a barrier to women entering politics, say researchers

Despite the impression that women have made great progress in Canadian politics, they remain under-represented and violence is one barrier they face.

Guy LazureUWindsor history professor Guy Lazure feels a little like Indiana Jones after his discovery of a catalogue of a sixteenth-century library.

Archival find opens window into sixteenth-century scholarship

UWindsor history professor Guy Lazure feels a little like Indiana Jones after his discovery of a catalogue of a sixteenth-century library.

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