Education

Cross-disciplinary programs to be overseen by academic faculties

Because interdisciplinarity has become so thoroughly integrated across campus, the University no longer needs dedicated body to administer inter-faculty programs, provost Douglas Kneale said Thursday in announcing that programs currently housed in the Centre for Inter-Faculty Programs will be administered by the faculties of education; science; and arts, humanities, and social sciences.

The programs themselves will continue in their present form, Dr. Kneale wrote in a message to the campus community, but effective May 1:

Mackenize Betteridge, Miranda Koresky and Joëlle BrassardMackenize Betteridge, Miranda Koresky and Joëlle Brassard, grade 10 students from Massey Secondary and members of its Gay-Straight Alliance, said Wednesday’s social justice proved very educational.

Campus hosts high school forum on social justice

The High School Social Justice Forum featured workshops on the theme “Social Justice and the Media (R)evolution.”

Registration is open for a full-day professional development event, the 9th annual GATAcademy, taking place Thursday, September 3, in the Odette Building and Lambton Tower.Registration is open for a full-day professional development event, the 9th annual GATAcademy, taking place Thursday, September 3, in the Odette Building and Lambton Tower.

Free workshops to provide teachers with professional development

UWindsor graduate assistants (GAs) and teaching assistants (TAs) and students interested in teaching and learning are invited to register for a full-day professional development event.

Aeronautic engineering instructor Lu Hongan from the Shanghai University of Engineering Science, gave a capstone presentation concluding her participation at the Centre for Teaching and Learning’s International Faculty Development Program. Aeronautic engineering instructor Lu Hongan from the Shanghai University of Engineering Science, gave a capstone presentation concluding her participation at the Centre for Teaching and Learning’s International Faculty Development Program.

Chinese instructors look to UWindsor for Canadian teaching strategies

14 full-time faculty members from the Shanghai University of Engineering Science completed the Centre for Teaching and Learning’s International Faculty Development Program.

Retired UWindsor librarian and sessional instructor in economics Dr. Tad Venkateswarlu poses with numerous news clippings about his Tenali School Project.Retired UWindsor librarian and sessional instructor in economics Dr. Tad Venkateswarlu poses with numerous news clippings about his Tenali School Project.

New study says local education benefits global economy

A study shows the greater impact local education programs have on the economy and the widespread benefits of investing in education.

Hundreds of instructors and students from institutions across Canada and the United States will attend the ninth annual Windsor-Oakland Teaching and Learning Conference.Hundreds of instructors and students from institutions across Canada and the United States will attend the ninth annual Windsor-Oakland Teaching and Learning Conference.

Cross-border teaching and learning conference comes to UWindsor

The ninth annual Windsor-Oakland Teaching and Learning Conference will be held on campus, May 13 and 14.