Students, faculty, and staff attended the UWinsite Student Appreciation and Feedback barbecue Tuesday.
New banners in the atrium of the Essex CORe represent cross-disciplinary strengths in the Faculty of Science.
Maintaining a healthy body mass index has a positive effect on life satisfaction, says social work professor Nazim Habibov.
Residence Services celebrated its honour students with a reception Friday.
Installation artists Ken Rinaldo and Amy Youngs will present on their practices in a free public presentation at noon Thursday.
Author Gail Scott will deliver a free public reading Thursday, Feb. 14, at Common Ground Art Gallery.
The University of Windsor Alumni Association invites nominations for the Alumni Award for Distinguished Contributions to University Teaching.
A move to Chrysler Hall Tower will close the Student Awards and Financial Aid Office starting Friday, Feb. 15.
An exhibition in the SoCA Gallery this week presents the work of second-year student Ada Waldman.
A UWindsor baseball cap and T-shirt bundle is on sale now at the Campus Bookstore.
Applications for experience abroad travel grants are due by March 1.
The Windsor Public Library Bookmobile will make regular stops outside the Leddy Library, starting Feb. 13.
The student centre will host a free performance by illusionist Savio Joseph on Thursday, Feb. 14.
A lecture Wednesday will posit a conception of the human good from its embodied, mortal, and sensuous nature
A campus union will hand out treats in the student centre at lunchtime Wednesday, Feb. 13.
UWindsor chemistry student Michael Nguyen was one of the first researchers to publish using a new neutron diffraction instrument.
The Leddy Library is offering wrapped tomes this for readers to enjoy a “Blind Date with a Book.”
Senator Donna Dasko will lecture on “The New Senate: Its Role in Government and Policy-Making,” Feb. 12 on the UWindsor campus.
Federal immigration minister Ahmed Hussen will discuss Canada’s private refugee sponsorship program Feb. 13 at the SoCA Armouries.
The “Must Love Books! Student Reading Challenge” allows students to claim a prize ballot for each book they read for pleasure.