April 22 is the final day to register for the Migrant Farm Worker Health Forum, to be held in Windsor Hall on Friday.
Windsor Law student Kayla Smith re-appeared before a Senate committee considering how to encourage young Canadians to volunteer in their communities.
Organizers of the Canadian Undergraduate Computer Science Conference, July 25 to 27 on the UWindsor campus, have issued a call for participation.
Maintenance of information technology systems will result in outages to some services in the early-morning hours from April 23 to May 5.
Nursing student Jordyn Liebman says receiving a scholarship enabled her to be active in university life outside the classroom.
A world without jobs would undermine the relationships that make our lives meaningful, says philosophy professor Jeff Noonan.
Registration is now open for the CBIE regional meeting, June 10 and 11 at the University of Windsor.
Food Services outlets in the student centre and engineering building will begin summer hours next week.
Campus buildings will close April 19 in observance of the Good Friday holiday.
Campus flags will be lowered Thursday, April 18, in memory of retiree Theo Tenbroeke, who died April 13.
UWindsor’s neuropsychology assessment service is open to adult clients.
An information session April 17 will raise awareness about the University of Windsor’s participation in the Scholars at Risk program.
This evening in London, the UWindsor student recruitment team will open a series of four receptions for applicants to the University.
Engineering professor Shervin Erfani has made a donation to help students finance their educations and foster collaboration in the classroom.
Charu Chandrasekera received the Women for a Humane Canada award Sunday in Montreal.
Find savings on winter apparel and graduation gear through April 30 in the Campus Bookstore.
Fourth-year students in psychology and disability studies presented posters documenting their placement experiences, April 11 in the student centre.
As automated technologies are increasingly incorporated into car design, consumers need to educate themselves on these features for safety reasons.
Universities are committed to working with the Ontario government to ensure accountability, says a response to the provincial budget.
Windsor Law students held a poster presentation April 3 to discuss their externship placements in the community.