- Public Lectures - Annually, we have one or two public lectures by famous scientists, including Nobel Laureates. University members and the public alike are encouraged to attend and meet the speaker.
- Guest High-School Lectures - UWindsor professors will come to your class and give a guest lecture/demonstration on various topics. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to request a lecture. Examples include: What can light from stars, planets and gaseous nubula tell us? (Dr. T. Reddish), Curiouser and Curiouser: Adventures in Quantumland ( Dr. C. Rangan), What is medical Physics?, etc
- Science Rendezvous - Since 2010, the University of Windsor's Physics Department has participated in the national science festival drawing hundreds of people to celebrate science on the day before Mother's Day. Check Science Rendezvous for details.
- Multimedia Modules for High-School Enrichment- Our students have created instructional webmodules to explain physics concepts and applications. These interactive modules are intended as resources for high-school teachers who wish to include advanced topics in the physics curriculum. Topics include: Einstein’s theories, Alternative fuel technologies, Medical Imaging, Nanotechnology, etc. Please see the archive.
- The Physics Travelling Roadshow - An exciting video accompanied by experiments will enthral and entertain your students, while they learn about static electricity and waves. Developed and presented by Dr. E. H. Kim, this will be available beginning in the Fall of 2007. Contact email@example.com to schedule.
- Annual Science Education Workshop - Usually held in the first half of April, this workshop aims to provide HS teachers in the Windsor-Essex and Metro-Detroit regions with a networking opportunity with physicists. We also share strategies for successful teaching of Physics.
- A Science Partnership In Research & Education (ASPIRE) - Launched by the Faculty of Science in 2006, this very successful annual event provides a forum where university professors and Secondary School science teachers can explore opportunities to collaborate as educators. Look out for announcements in February.
- Youth Science and Technology Outreach Program (YSTOP) - A Faculty of Science initiative to help get Grade 10 students interested in careers in science, YSTOP involves hands-on sessions on various topics such as Optics and Photonics both at the Canada Science City South as well as the University of Windsor campus. Also Science Cafes will bring lectures by famous scientists to students and parents alike.