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ayla Dettinger and Alan WildemanHistory student Kayla Dettinger accepts UWindsor president Alan Wildeman’s congratulations on one of two outstanding undergraduate student awards conferred during the March 21 Celebration of Research, Scholarship and Creative Activity.

Reception celebrates research, scholarship and creative activity

The accomplishments of UWindsor researchers were highlighted March 21 at a celebratory reception in Ambassador Auditorium.

St. John's Anglican Church, a heritage siteA student presentation Friday will discuss work to digitize written records of St. John’s Anglican Church, founded in 1802. Parts of the current brick building, on the corner of Sandwich and Brock streets, date to 1819.

Student presentation to highlight collaborations in public history

A student presentation Friday will discuss work to digitize written records of St. John’s Anglican Church, founded in 1802.

heart's eye view of surgeryOpen heart surgery at the Royal Victoria Hospital, from the film shown at the Expo 67 Meditheatre, Robert Cordier’s “Miracles de la médecine moderne/Miracles in Modern Medicine.”

History prof unearths avant-garde 1960s medical film

History professor Steven Palmer has found a film that shocked 1967 audiences with its graphic depictions of medical procedures.

Reem Bahdi and Leslie HowsamThe Royal Society of Canada will honour UWindsor professors Reem Bahdi and Leslie Howsam at its induction and awards ceremony November 27.

Royal recognition for UWindsor professors

The Royal Society of Canada will honour UWindsor professors Reem Bahdi and Leslie Howsam at its induction and awards ceremony November 27.

 The Center for French Colonial Studies annual meeting will take place on campus and will focus on the French people in the Detroit River region in the 18th centuryThe Center for French Colonial Studies annual meeting will take place on campus and will focus on the French people in the Detroit River region in the 18th century

UWindsor to host Center for French Colonial Studies annual meeting

Online registration is now open for the 2015 meeting of the Center for French Colonial Studies, organized and hosted by UWindsor, October 23 to 25.

According to Guillaume Teasdale, assistant professor in the History department and a member of the organization’s international advisory board of directors, this is the first time in many years that the American-based historical organization’s annual meeting will be held in Canada.