Conservation scientist John Hartig, the Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research’s first doctoral graduate, is back as a visiting scholar.
The Leddy Library will operate a de-stress station through Dec. 21.
A donation to a holiday food drive will gain admission to a screening Thursday of the horror-comedy “Gremlins.”
Campus flags were lowered Wednesday, Nov. 21, in memory of retiree Betty Ives, who died Nov. 19.
Ashley Vodarek is setting out 1,000 bags labelled “In Case of Exams … wellness inside” in study locations across campus.
Faculty of Law members who participated in the recent Adopt-a-Family campaign will receive a spirit prize of T-shirts, buttons, and a free lunch.
The 2018 issue of Windsor Engineering shines a spotlight on students, faculty, and alumni.
The Storytellers contest invites students to explain how their SSHRC-funded research or that of their professors can improve lives.
Organizers of the 2019 UWill Discover Conference are looking for faculty, staff, and administrators willing and able to review submissions.
Campus flags will be lowered Monday, Dec. 10, in memory of long-time UWindsor employee Dan MacLellan, who died Dec. 6.
History and women’s studies major Terri Fletcher served an internship working on an archeological dig at the site of the roundabout in Sandwich.
A survey asks UWindsor faculty and staff about their experiences and challenges while working with international students.
Professor Judy Bornais has accepted a two-year extension as executive director of the Office of Experiential Learning.
Campus flags will be lowered Friday, Dec. 7, in memory of sociology student Janice Mangin, who died Nov. 28.
Students, faculty, and staff in kinesiology collected a record level of items for the Downtown Mission food bank.
In a seminar Dec. 7, education professor Bonnie Stewart will share her research into community-oriented approaches to knowledge creation.
Students from the School of Computer Science presented their projects to the campus community and key industry members Friday.
The Office of Human Rights, Equity, and Accessibility will present several awards at its annual open house on Friday, Dec. 7.
Campus flags will be lowered Thursday, Dec. 6, in memory of retiree Jessie Skillings, who died Dec. 2.
A vigil Thursday at the Memorial of Hope will mark the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women.