Free buttons from the Office of Student Experience display UWindsor pride.
Departments and individuals across campus donated more than $25,000 in gifts to local families in need.
Student participants in the 2019 Alternative Spring Break program will deliver lunch directly to any office on campus on Tuesday, Dec. 11.
The Great Faculty Soup-off brought together faculty, staff, and students for charity, Wednesday in the student centre.
Training sessions in UWinsite purchasing and expenses processes are set for Dec. 11 and 13.
Retired campus police officer Jim Preston won tickets to the University Players production of Journey’s End.
A free class for UWindsor employees will instruct them in the basics of the University’s website content management system.
A survey of students on the Universal Bus Pass program will end Friday.
The University has declared audio-visual components for sale by bid.
Try eight soups for $8 during Great Faculty Soup-off, a fundraiser for United Way on Wednesday, Nov. 28, in the student centre’s Alumni Auditorium.
The Science, Action! contest invites 60-second videos featuring research projects currently receiving funding from NSERC.
University Players is offering DailyNews readers a chance to win two tickets to see its current production, the First World War drama Journey’s End.
Therapeutic Paws of Canada offers a cuddle with dogs and cats as a respite from exam-time stress, Thursday and Monday in the student centre.
A workshop Dec. 13 will provide practical examples of how to incorporate “Windsor Proud” into departmental communication and promotion efforts.
Joan Rose will deliver her free public lecture “Exploring the Water Virome and Biohealth of the Planet” Wednesday on the UWindsor campus.
Canadian consul general to Detroit Joe Comartin will discuss North American trade Monday at the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law.
Charlene Senn will discuss her Enhanced Assess, Acknowledge, Act sexual assault resistance education program in a public lecture Thursday.
A silent auction Nov. 28 and 29 in the CAW Student Centre will raise funds for the Alternative Spring Break program.
Prospective students and families came from all over Ontario for an open house in human kinetics on Friday, Nov. 23.
UWinsite Student, the University’s new student information platform, launched on Monday, Nov. 26.