Two UWindsor professors of chemistry and biochemistry are among the participants in a WCRG Think Tank on October 26.
A professor of Hebrew literature will discuss his book on the influence of cafés on modern Jewish culture in a free public lecture Monday.
A lunchtime session Friday will introduce the ePortfolio program.
Take Our Kids to Work Day will bring Grade 9 students to campus on November 14.
A three-day workshop this weekend will seek to lay the groundwork for Canada’s future in neutron scattering.
BookFest Windsor will explore “The Power of Stories” in a series of events through downtown Windsor, October 17 to 21.
The Windsor-Essex Regional Chamber of Commerce will hold an After Business Networking Event in Windsor Hall on Thursday, October 25.
In preparation for the launch of UWinsite Student, office closures will be in effect.
A ceremony Tuesday marked the dedication of the Charles and Anna Clark Corner, a new parkette at the corner of Sunset Avenue and Wyandotte Street.
Federal Science Minister Kirsty Duncan announced $558 million in Discovery research funding during a visit Tuesday to the UWindsor campus.
The Leddy Library Online Book Club will read the 1995 novel Practical Magic as its October selection.
The Senate Governance Committee on Special Appointments welcomes applications for Distinguished University Professor, Professor Emerita/Emeritus and Honorary Professor.
Applications for eligible candidates must be submitted to Maria Giampuzzi in the University Secretariat by November 15. The criteria and process can be found here.
An undergrad cancer researcher has developed a kids’ summer camp on the subject.
The Innovative Designs for Accessibility (IDeA) student competition is aimed at inspiring effective ideas to resolve accessibility barriers.
Go Eng Girl is a day of activities designed to encourage girls to explore the field of engineering Saturday, October 20.
A celebration of the fifth anniversary of the National Self-Represented Litigants Project will include all those interested in joining the discussion online.
The organization, which works to advance understanding of the challenges facing Canadians who come to court without counsel, grew out of a research study by Windsor Law professor Julie Macfarlane.
Researchers have found that wild birds learn to sing based on sounds they hear in their first year of life.
Entrepreneur Sam Sinjari sponsored a Thanksgiving feast for international students Thursday at the Odette School of Business.
Faculty of Science is hosting its first annual Parents Night on October 10.
The Lancer men’s hockey team defeated the Western Mustangs 4-2 to open the 2018 season, Wednesday at the Capri Pizzeria Recreation Complex.