Four-week Border Management and International Trade courses open for registration.
Taking Action News
UWindsor students’ lab work earned them recognition recently at a natural health research conference in London.
A UWindsor researcher has designed and built a filter that can remove potentially harmful phosphates from contaminated water.
An initiative to offer access and guidance on advanced computing and big data analytics tools will hold an orientation session, on Monday, September 14.
UWindsor employees wanting to hire students for the 2015/2016 academic year can now submit their job proposal requests for the Work Study Program
The School of Creative Arts invites non-music majors who wish to join the oldest and largest ensemble on campus to audition for the University Singers, open as an elective course.
20 faculty, ancillary academic staff and librarians from different faculties attended orientation sessions at the Freed-Orman Commons at Assumption Hall.
Learning specialist in women’s and gender studies, Dusty Johnstone, discusses her dissertation research on women’s struggle to label rape experiences in the September issue of the Canadian fashion magazine, Flare.
The Campus Bookstore will hold an end-of-season “sidewalk” sale in the commons area of the CAW Student Centre, featuring new discounts on clothing and computer supplies, Thursday, August 20, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.