A new student workspace in the Leddy Library is the focus of the University of Windsor’s fundraising efforts on Giving Tuesday, November 28.
Catering Services invites all UWindsor faculty and staff to its annual holiday luncheon on December 6.
The athletics department will collect donations of children’s coats, hats, and mittens during Lancer home games over the next week.
A startup that automates paying for parking claimed the $10,000 grand prize in the EPIC Business Model Canvas Competition.
UWindsor professor Bill Anderson is one of the featured speakers during a dinner November 24 celebrating local Polish culture.
The notions and ideas that poured out of conversations with a renowned French philosopher are just as poignant today as they were in 1972. And for the first time, those words transcribed by Jean-Paul Sartre, Philippe Gavi, and Pierre Victor in It Is Right to Rebel have been translated into English, thanks to two retired University of Windsor professors.
Director Nicholas Papador will take up his marimba mallets during the University Wind Ensemble’s fall concert Friday.
The Campus Bookstore offers UWindsor employees scratch-and-save discounts on purchases Thursday, November 23.
Looking to get more done in a day? The Office of Employee Engagement and Development presents several workshops in December that can help.
Sessions in its professional development series include:
More than 50 students took part in a gravity car competition Friday in the Centre for Engineering Innovation.
HK Wellness Day will run from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday in the atrium of the Human Kinetics Building.
A town hall meeting Wednesday afternoon will seek opinions on the renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement.
More than 40 international students attending local high schools toured the UWindsor campus Friday.
A class December 5 offers free training to UWindsor staff and faculty who maintain official University websites.
Patrons may now use the UwinCARD to settle their bills at Mare Nostrum.
Marcello Guarini began a term as dean of the Faculty of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences effective November 1.
Information Technology Services will host an open house reception celebrating the retirement of application programmer Cathy Wilbur after more than 37 years of service to the University of Windsor on Wednesday, November 22.
Over the course of her career, she primarily supported finance systems and also served on the team which designed the current Student Information System.
Wednesday’s drop-in will run 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. in room 205, University Computer Centre, and is open to all her friends and colleagues.
A co-op placement provided more than practical work experience for Bhavesh Lakhankiya.
Not only did the master of engineering student gain invaluable experience working at Diageo Canada Inc. in Amherstburg, Ont., but Lakhankiya also said he learned something that can’t be taught in the classroom.
“As an international student, this was my first opportunity to work within the Canadian work culture,” Lakhankiya said, who grew up in India.
Renu Sharma-Persaud will sign copies of her book The Mastery of You at the Campus Bookstore on November 22. The book recently won a silver medal in the Readers' Favorite awards.
University Players presents a comic adaptation of the 39 Steps, November 24 to December 3 at the Essex Hall Theatre.