Taking Action News

Roger Rivard, Margaret Smole and Frank Simpson
Nov 30th, 2015

A reception Thursday honoured UWindsor employees who reached 10, 20, 30 or 40 years of service in 2014.

student holding dog
Nov 30th, 2015

Therapeutic Paws of Canada volunteers and their friendly, certified dogs are coming to the University of Windsor campus Tuesday.

Kirsty Duncan, Pamela Ovadje
Nov 27th, 2015

Post-doctoral researcher Pamela Ovadje has won a national award for her work investigating the cancer-fighting properties of several natural extracts.

Artist’s conception of the Lancer Sports and Recreation Centre.
Nov 26th, 2015

A town hall meeting Friday will discuss the upcoming referendum on the Lancer Sports and Recreation Centre.

Jon Sinasac of the Centre for Teaching and Learning demonstrates a drone-mounted camera before an audience of high school students.
Nov 26th, 2015

Grants from the Blackburn Foundation and the Strategic Priority Fund enabled the digital journalism program to launch a mobile production unit.

Adrenaline set
Nov 25th, 2015

Students get hands-on experience by participating in film productions, like this project dramatizing a house robbery.

Nov 25th, 2015

Large amounts of electrical energy are currently required to push Ontario’s water through treatment plants and a complex system of aging, corroded and leaky transmission and distribution pipes. In the next 10 years alone, updating Ontario’s water infrastructure will cost $30-40 billion.

Professor Bill Altenhof measures the distance travelled by a student-designed vehicle driven by potential energy.
Nov 24th, 2015

A project designing vehicles driven by potential energy tested engineering students’ practical application of the principles of dynamics.

Nov 20th, 2015

The exhibition “Stories from the City” includes works by students, faculty and alumni of the School of Creative Arts.

Nov 20th, 2015

A sociology professor has found that self-employment does not benefit immigrants as wage labour does.