A program to help young women resist sexual coercion and assault received almost $1 million in federal research funding Monday.
Members of biology professor Phillip Karpowicz’s lab study the circadian rhythms of the intestine.
T4 tax slips are now available to UWindsor employees through the myUWinfo portal.
The Green Bean Café now accepts the UwinCARD as payment from employees that have activated payroll deduction.
Windsor Law will partner with the Canadian Red Cross to address international humanitarian law.
Steve Burrows, author of the Birder Murder Mysteries, will speak at a fundraising dinner for the Pelee Island Bird Observatory on May 8.
Her internship placements helped convince Braunte Petric (right) to pursue a career in the creative field of media production.
Malik Nembhard is the inaugural recipient of a scholarship commemorating late student Jason Solomon.
The Lancer women’s basketball team will open the post-season Wednesday in the St. Denis Centre.
The final exam schedule for Winter 2019 is now available in UWinsite Student.
The Crocodile Grill, CEI Tim Hortons, and student centre Marketplace will open this week to serve patrons.
UWindsor’s School of Creative Arts will mount an exhibition and symposium on the work of communication theorist Marshall McLuhan.
Vocalist Shahida Nurullah will join the Windsor Symphony Orchestra for concerts this weekend celebrating the music of George Gershwin.
The South Asian Documentary Film Festival will screen six films on the UWindsor campus, March 8 to 16.
A social Feb. 26 will connect potential participants in the EPIC Blue Sky competition.
A project studying how to bring a fish back from the brink of extinction is receiving some additional support from the federal government.
The Office of Open Learning has extended the deadline for the OER ACE Grants to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 20, in response to a number of requests for extensions.
“There are a lot of people with really good and interesting ideas about how to create and use open educational resources in their teaching, and we want to ensure that there is enough time to put together the best possible application at such a busy time of the year,” said Nick Baker, director of the Office of Open Learning.
Philosophy professor Catherine Hundleby will deliver her lecture “We should be able to argue well” Friday as practice for a weekend TEDx talk.
The Lancer men’s hockey team will meet the Guelph Gryphons in a best-of-three first-round playoff series this weekend.
UWindsor drama grads Tom McCamus and Antoni Cimolino of the Stratford Festival will conduct a workshop for acting students Friday.