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nursing professor working with students on patient simulatorAn open house on Oct. 23 will provide information to prospective students about graduate programs in the Faculty of Nursing.

Graduate programs in nursing focus of open house

An open house on Oct. 23 will provide information to prospective students about graduate programs in the Faculty of Nursing.

Business professor Max GanzinBusiness professor Max Ganzin says craft enterprises are an important part of the economy and we need to understand how and why they thrive.

Business prof awarded grant to research craft-based enterprises

Business professor Max Ganzin says craft enterprises are an important part of the economy and we need to understand how and why they thrive.

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Alex Smith, Brianna Lunardi, Elizabeth GeorgePost-doctoral fellow Alex Smith and graduate students Brianna Lunardi and Elizabeth George of UWindsor’s Coastal Research Group are in Prince Edward Island surveying the damage to beaches in the wake of Hurricane Dorian.

UWindsor researchers surveying damage to PEI beaches by Hurricane Dorian

Members of the Coastal Research Group are in Prince Edward Island surveying the damage to beaches in the wake of Hurricane Dorian.

Ryan Gilleran, Douglas Kneale, Jeff BerrymanRyan Gilleran, an application engineer with ANSYS, demonstrates a virtual reality cave to UWindsor provost Douglas Kneale and associate vice-president academic Jeff Berryman at a $5 million funding announcement for automotive innovation in Windsor-Essex.

Feds make $5 million local investment in mobility innovation

A $5 million investment announced Friday by the federal government will help make Windsor-Essex a leader in mobility innovation.

Braunte PetricFilm student Braunte Petric is excited to see her work Defender among the 10 finalists in TVO’s Short Doc Contest.

Student documentary shortlisted for prize

Windsor Law professor Julie Macfarlane is the subject of “Defender,” a film by student Braunte Petric shortlisted in TVO’s Short Doc contest.