Maestro Robert Franz of the Windsor Symphony Orchestra will work one-on-one with music students in a masterclass Thursday in the SoCA Armouries.
The three-day Skate the Date winter celebration offers opportunities for departments to reach students, Nov. 27 to 29.
Professor Andrea Sullivan-Clarke will lead a conversation to celebrate World Philosophy Day, Thursday at Villains Beastro.
Free vaccination against influenza is available from a clinic on campus Friday, November 16.
Brent Lee will explore simple approaches to creating music soundtracks for film and video Wednesday in the Noiseborder Multimedia Performance Lab.
Birds & Beers invites the public to learn about UWindsor ornithological research, Thursday at Walkerville Brewery.
Giving Tuesday, Nov. 27, encourages people to engage in philanthropy.
Six UWindsor music students are among the aspiring pianists who will perform on a Steinway Spirio, Tuesday at the Capitol Theatre.
A dinner Nov. 22 at Mackenzie Hall will raise funds for the humanitarian work of Doctors without Borders.
Campus Wireless & Gaming will host a grand opening Wednesday on the lower level of the CAW Student Centre.
Stormwater retention ponds in the Kingsville-Leamington area are the subject of a new environmental study.
A Let’s Talk Theatre lunch November 14 will discuss the University Players production of the WWI drama, “Journey’s End.”
An incentive draw aims to make Adopt-a-Family participation a gift that gives back.
Lancer football players Daniel Metcalfe, Drew Desjarlais, and Cole Verlinde won recognition from Ontario University Athletics.
Canadian Blood Services will hold a donor clinic in the student centre on Tuesday, November 13.
Mary Jo Haddad has been named the University of Windsor’s eighth Chancellor.
Students in biology professor Dan Mennill’s third-year ornithology class are preparing what are known as museum skins.
The University of Windsor Alumni Association will honour outstanding grads at its AGM and awards presentation Thursday, November 15.
Concerts this weekend will commemorate the centenary of the end of the First World War.
A photo contest invites students, staff, and faculty to capture images that show the beauty of the UWindsor campus.