With the future of international trade travelling a precarious path, a pair of UWindsor professors are recommending that Canada looks “to the Commonwealth" for an economic solution.
The Faculty of English's Richard Douglass-Chin and Odette School of Business' Imran Abdool co-authored an article with Kal Juman for Policy Options magazine.
The magazine is considered Canada’s “premier public policy magazine.”
A UWindsor music instructor will have his wife and daughter join him on stage Friday for the WSO/WYSO “Side-by-Side” concert.
See designs for the new Lancer Sport and Recreation Centre at an informal open house Wednesday, February 28.
The Lancer women’s basketball team will host an OUA playoff quarter-final Saturday, February 24, in the St. Denis Centre.
The Windsor Lancers will host the 2018 Ontario University Athletics track and field championship tournament this weekend at the St. Denis Centre.
Bob McDonald, host of the science radio program “Quirks & Quarks,” will speak on the UWindsor campus Monday, February 26.
A free class for UWindsor employees will instruct them in the basics of the University’s website content management system.
Registration is open through March 1 for the UWindsor Three Minute Thesis competition.
The Lancer men’s basketball team will host the Waterloo Warriors in the first round of the playoffs Wednesday, February 21, in the St. Denis Centre.
The wide array of careers open to criminology graduates is the subject of a lunchtime session March 15.
The February 2018 edition of “Workplace Wellness E-Digest” offers ways to find your inner athlete.
Computer science professor Sherif Saad has helped to design a computer algorithm that identify fake news stories.
A group of international students attending Windsor high schools visited campus Friday.
On Thursday, February 22, the UWin Gmail system used by all students at the University of Windsor will switch to a different authentication service.
Members of the UWinsite Finance Support Taskforce are available to help.
Food Services has revised hours of operation of campus outlets during Reading Week.
A film to be screened February 22 in the Pitt-Ferry Building depicts the cruel and dehumanizing practices of human trafficking.
Public exhibits in the Pitt-Ferry and law buildings trace Black history at the local and national levels.
The Science Meets Art student group hosted a Valentine’s Day fundraiser in Essex Hall on Wednesday.
Trevor Georgie (MBA 2011) and Vincent Georgie (MBA 2004) are the title sponsors of an annual leadership symposium at the Odette School of Business.