Taking Action News

Heather Christiansen
Apr 24th, 2014

It would appear, at least for now, that the great white shark population in the northwest Pacific Ocean has remained fairly stable over the last 60 years. Heather Christiansen would like to keep it that way.

Detail of Amanda Dudnik’s “Untitled,” a 2014 work in acrylic and graphite on paper.
Apr 24th, 2014

An instructor and a student from the School of Visual Arts will each mount an exhibition in Windsor this weekend.

Hoda ElMaraghy
Apr 24th, 2014

A University of Windsor professor has been recognized as a national engineering ambassador for being a pioneering leader in her field.

Ali Kareem and Katherine Lambruzzo show off wax casts of their hands
Apr 21st, 2014

The UWindsor Welcome Week committee invites proposals for events for the annual fall orientation week.

earth as seen from surface of moon
Apr 21st, 2014

The keynote speaker for the Earth Day dinner will offer a cosmic perspective on our little home planet.

Emile Naicker
Apr 21st, 2014

When Emile Naicker came to university, he never imagined he’d be able to combine his love for history with his passion for his favourite football club.

Julie Sando
Apr 17th, 2014

When people get arrested and step in front of that camera for their mug shots, they may be at one of the lowest, most vulnerable points of their lives. So what is it about those images that make some people want to collect them, and perhaps even think about them as art objects?

Jessica Fontaine
Apr 23rd, 2014

Poster presentations Tuesday presented practicum and research projects by fourth-year students in psychology and disability studies.

students in character
Apr 17th, 2014

Graduating acting students will show the full range of their drama skills during a two-day showcase April 17 and 18.

Apr 16th, 2014

A research fellow at the Odette School of Business will deliver a free public lecture, “Distributed Optimization and Swarm Intelligence,” Thursday.

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