Everyone has a unique learning profile, says Richard Hayes, a learning strategist in Student Disability Services. His office is dedicated to making sure students with a learning disability get the support they deserve.
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The Windsor-Essex Children’s Aid Foundation is seeking campus sponsors for its Adopt-a-Family program.
A bus tour of Detroit will visit the sites of “Downsizing Detroit,” a participatory urban project by visiting artists Folke Köbberling and Nils-Arne Kässens, as w
An African Students Information Session, on campus Saturday, will bring together students of the African diaspora.
With its third volume now in publication, the Great Lakes Journal of Undergraduate History is well on its way to fulfilling its mission.
A two-day information fair next week will offer a chance to learn about the many programs for further education after the completion of an undergraduate degree.
German-based artists Folke Köbberling and Nils-Arne Kässens will discuss their current Detroit project Thursday, October 1, in the LeBel Building.
Fresh fruits and vegetables await shoppers at the campus farmersʼ market, each Thursday afternoon through November 5.
The Chef to U station in the Marketplace will serve foods of Nigeria on Thursday in honour of the African nation’s independence day.
Funding of up to $60,000 per course is available for developing online course and learning modules.