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Jeff BerrymanUWindsor associate vice-president academic Jeff Berryman will receive the Law Society Medal at a ceremony May 27 at Osgoode Hall.

Law society to recognize UWindsor jurist

UWindsor associate vice-president academic Jeff Berryman will receive the Law Society Medal at a ceremony May 27 at Osgoode Hall.

Post-doc position to probe paucity of women executives in public transit

In a more environmentally-conscious world, public transportation is growing in importance. But is it growing in gender equity?

Lindsey Jaber, assistant professor in educational psychology, seeks to find out.

She invites emerging researchers to apply for a post-doctoral fellowship on her project “Transit Gender Sunshine List,” an assessment of the representation of women as CEOs and directors of Canadian transit systems.

Chrysler Hall TowerThe University and CUPE Local 1393 have reached a tentative collective agreement.

University reaches tentative agreement with CUPE Local 1393

The University of Windsor and the Canadian Union of Public Employees reached a tentative collective agreement Thursday, Feb. 13, for Local 1393, representing skilled trades and technical staff.

Details of the agreement will be released following ratification by members of the CUPE bargaining unit and the University of Windsor Board of Governors.

Amy FitzgeraldAmy Fitzgerald has been awarded a research fellowship at Harvard Law School to study policies and legislation pertaining to the treatment of pets in cases of relationship breakdowns and domestic abuse.

Criminologist off to Harvard to research laws about pets

Amy Fitzgerald is researching how courts are beginning to treat pets more like children than property.

Julie MacfarlaneWindsor Law professor Julie Macfarlane has been named to the Order of Canada in recognition of her advocacy on behalf of self-represented litigants.

Law professor appointed to the Order of Canada

Windsor Law professor Julie Macfarlane has been named to the Order of Canada in recognition of her advocacy on behalf of self-represented litigants.