Fourth-year students of electrical and computer engineering presented their capstone projects Monday in the Centre for Engineering Innovation.
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In a message e-mailed to the campus community Thursday, UWindsor president Alan Wildeman provides an update on collective bargaining with faculty.
The popsicle sticks bridge competition tests engineering student skills in analysis, design and construction—by crushing their models.
Participants in the Changing the Odds program will make a public presentation drawing on their experiences on Friday, August 15.
A program that brings students to Windsor from its twin city of Fujisawa, Japan, has issued an urgent plea for local families to host participants.
A free program gives students with learning disabilities an opportunity to get a week’s head start on their UWindsor experience.
Talks between the University of Windsor administration and the Windsor University Faculty Association continue this week with the assistance of two provincially-appointed mediators.
Watch for further updates as the situation warrants.
Participants in the Turtle Island Summer Arts Camp will display some of their handiwork Thursday on Windsor’s riverfront.
A golf tournament August 11 at Essex Golf and Country Club will bring together UWindsor alumni and friends.
A symposium on the UWindsor campus this week will explore strategies to store and use energy generated by renewable sources.