The Windsor University Faculty Association is now accepting nominations for the Mary Lou Dietz Equity Leadership Award for 2019.
The UWindsor Hyperloop team is one of 52 worldwide to advance in a competition that encourages innovations in high-speed transportation.
Soprano Karen Driscoll, artist-in-residence in the School of Creative Arts, will make two public appearances Saturday, Jan. 12.
Men’s and women’s hockey at the Capri Pizzeria Recreational Complex are the only Lancer games in town this weekend.
“The Locker Room” offers behind-the-scenes chat with members of the Lancer women’s basketball, Jan. 19, at the Walkerville Brewery.
A $50,000 donation from the University of Windsor Alumni Association will fund two projects to further science and education in Windsor-Essex.
An award from the Office of Human Rights, Equity and Accessibility recognized nursing student Chantal Kayumba for her advocacy on behalf of patients.
A concert Friday, Jan. 11, will feature music students competing for the Ron W. Ianni Memorial Performance Scholarship.
University of Windsor professors Simon Rondeau-Gagné and John Trant received the 2019 Thieme Chemistry Journal Award.
A lecture Friday will introduce a tool to diagnose sophistical tactics fallacies.
A free class for UWindsor employees will instruct them in the basics of Drupal, the University’s website content management system.
Laverne Smith & Associates Inc. has been selected as consultants to support the UWindsor presidential search.
A recital Friday will showcase the talents of acting students set to graduate this spring from the School of Dramatic Art.
Dean Mitch Fields will host a wine and cheese social for University of Windsor business alumni in Vancouver on Feb. 12.
The Office of Open Learning has opened registration for a series of online courses as part of its non-credit Certificate in Online and Open Learning.
The English Conversation Group begins meeting in the Leddy Library on Thursday, Jan. 10.
Campus flags will be lowered Wednesday, Jan. 9, in memory of retired janitor Ted Maheux, who died Jan. 3.
“Exploring Science through Music,” Jan. 24, will bring together scientists and artists for mini-talks and creative pieces.
Financial literacy workshops, Jan. 9 in the CAW Student Centre, will focus on subjects relevant to students.
Natalie Loveless of the University of Alberta will discuss the role of art in addressing global warming in a free public lecture Jan. 9.