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Fourth-year Computer Science student Curtis Collard presented his Community Health program during the Entrepreneurship Practice and Innovation Centre Founders Demo Day, July 31.
Aug 4th, 2015

Visitors to the Entrepreneurship Practice and Innovation Centre (EPICentre) Founders Demo Day had the opportunity to get a first glimpse of business start-up ideas and chat with their creators.

Mechanical engineering students Spencer West (l.) and Celena Lazzarin (r.) and their team of Matthew Brisson, Evan Freeman-Gibb, and Michael Keegan showcased their acoustically improved room a part of their Capstone presentation, July 31.
Aug 4th, 2015

An engineering team improves the acoustics of a room at the Center for Engineering Innovation as part of their graduation project.  

The Signal And The Noise: Why So Many Predictions Fail--but Some Don't by Nate Silver, is the  Campus Bookstore’s Book of the Week.
Aug 4th, 2015

The Signal And The Noise: Why So Many Predictions Fail--but Some Don't by Nate Silver, is the  Campus Bookstore’s Book of the Week

The newly installed outdoor learning pods are structured for maximum flexibility with different seating arrangement, bicycle pods, handicap accessibility, power plugs, proper lighting, and Wi-Fi access.
Aug 4th, 2015

With the newly installed outdoor learning pods along Sunset Avenue students will be able to interact, work on projects, or just meet friends and have fun. 

Yashasvini Rajeswar has recently completed a UWindsor research internship exploring the role of religion and politics on a global scale.
Jul 30th, 2015

A political science student from India has recently completed a UWindsor research internship exploring the role of religion and politics on a global scale

UWindsor biology researcher Lisa Porter and Windsor Regional Hospital Oncologist Caroline Hamm recently received a Canadian Institutes of Health Research Transitional Operating Grant in support of their collaborative cancer research project.
Jul 30th, 2015

New funding for a collaborative research project between Windsor Regional Hospital and the University of Windsor will look for new and better ways to treat women with an aggressive form of breast cancer.

Law professor Gemma Smyth created a website designed to equip students with the essential people skills needed for working in poverty law.
Jul 30th, 2015

UWindsor’s Faculty of Law has recently created a website designed to equip students with the essential people skills needed for working in poverty law.

The concert on Friday, July 31, includes a program of Bach, Chopin, Rachmaninoff, Liszt, Lehar, Verdi and Puccini, performed by Italian pianist Marco Francesco Palazzi; soprano Erin Armstrong, violinist Velda Kelly; and cellist Nadine Deleury on cello.
Jul 30th, 2015

UWindsor will be hosting an evening of music featuring a piano performance and a concert of duets,Friday, July 31, 

Twenty Aboriginal youth developed their artistic skills at the Turtle Island Summer Arts Camp.
Jul 30th, 2015

Twenty Aboriginal youth took part in at the Turtle Island Summer Arts Camp which took place July 6 to 24.

President Alan Wildeman provided CBC radio audience with an update on downtown campus project.
Jul 27th, 2015

UWindsor President & Vice-Chancellor Alan Wildeman provided the CBC radio audience with an update on the downtown campus project. 

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