Drama students will preview an adaptation of classic stories by children’s author Robert Munsch Wednesday.
The University’s legal services department reminds staff and faculty to ensure that confidential information is kept secure.
Computer Science Demo Day will showcase the work of UWindsor students Friday in the student centre main lobby.
A screening of the documentary “This is what a feminist sounds like” Wednesday will recall social activist Pat Noonan.
The Liberty Project is targeted for support by the campus campaign for Giving Tuesday.
Friday, Nov. 30, is the final day to buy tickets for the UWindsor faculty-staff holiday luncheon.
Doctoral student Laura Chittle hopes her research will improve the future experiences of female ice hockey players.
A two-day retreat in June 2018 focused on mid-career faculty.
Chuqiao Teresa Yang’s poetry collection Reunions in the Year of the Sheep won the 2018 the bpNichol Chapbook Award.
UWindsor political science professor Emmanuelle Richez has been named to an expert panel allocating funds through Canada’s Court Challenges Program.
The Skate the Date winter festival will open at noon Tuesday.
More than 250 faculty, staff, and students gathered to honour award-winning instructors at the Celebration of Teaching Excellence.
Giving Tuesday, Nov. 27, is a global campaign promoting philanthropy in all its forms.
The University has declared an Olympus Evolt E-500 digital camera for sale by bid as Disposal File 1005. Click here for details.
A diverse selection of big band arrangements is on the program for the University Jazz Ensemble’s fall concert, Nov. 24 at the Capitol Theatre.
A holiday market will bring local vendors to the student centre as part of the Skate the Date winter festival, Nov. 27 to 29.
Resources are in place to assist the campus community with the transition to UWinsite Student.
Lancer volleyball will host the Western Mustangs on Friday in the Dennis Fairall Fieldhouse.
Colin McDonald will deliver the inaugural entry in the Archilecture series Nov. 23 in the SoCA Armouries.
UWindsor alumna Hollie Adams was a finalist for the bpNichol Chapbook Award.