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Duncan Lam discusses the EPICentre Makers Base with an open house visitor on March 8, 2018.Duncan Lam discusses the EPICentre Makers Base with an open house visitor on March 8, 2018.

EPICentre’s Makers' Base officially open for tinkering

UWindsor students, recent alumni, and staff are now welcome to get a free membership to the EPICentre Makers' Base.

Research Associate Duncan Lam is busily recruiting members for the new program and gleams with excitement now that the doors and the possibilities of a tinkering network are open for business. EPIC Makers' Base is located in the EPIC Industrial Hub (Centre for Engineering Innovation Room 1133) and is a place for people from all academic and technical backgrounds to undertake experiential learning through hands-on activities.

Donna WellingtonAlumna Donna Wellington will deliver a keynote address at an International Women’s Day gala hosted by Women’s Enterprise Skills Training of Windsor.

Nursing grad to speak to women’s gala

Alumna Donna Wellington will deliver a keynote address at an International Women’s Day gala hosted by Women’s Enterprise Skills Training of Windsor.

Faculty of Nursing Professor Judy Bornais was recognized as a 2018 3M National Teaching Fellow.Faculty of Nursing Professor Judy Bornais was recognized as a 2018 3M National Teaching Fellow.

Professor honoured with prestigious teaching fellowship

Windsor and Essex County is a healthier region thanks to Judy Bornais.

The University of Windsor nursing professor’s passion for learning and care for others has won her recognition from the Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education as one of its 2018 3M National Teaching Fellows.

Anna Marrocco, Peggy Oldfield, Gina Pittman, Mary Voutt-GoosUWindsor’s inaugural cohort of PhD candidates in nursing: Anna Marrocco, Peggy Oldfield, Gina Pittman, and Mary Voutt-Goos (missing from photo: Arwa Alsadoon).

Doctoral students in nursing greeted with warm reception

Until now, instructors in the UWindsor Faculty of Nursing have had to leave the city to earn a doctorate in the discipline. That is changing, with the introduction of a new PhD program in nursing which welcomed its first cohort Tuesday at a reception in the Medical Education Building.

“This is going to service Windsor-Essex very well,” said Dale Rajacich, graduate co-ordinator. “In all of Canada, only 411 professors of nursing hold doctorates in nursing, as opposed to some other field. We need to produce more.”

digital dependency poster imageRegister before September 10 for the early-bird rate for the Digital Dependency Awareness Conference, September 29 at Hôtel-Dieu Grace Healthcare.

Conference to consider issues of internet addiction

Register before September 10 for the early-bird rate for the Digital Dependency Awareness Conference, September 29 at Hôtel-Dieu Grace Healthcare.

Judy BornaisNursing professor Judy Bornais is one of two recipients of the Alumni Award for Distinguished Contributions to University Teaching honoured during the University’s 107th Convocation ceremonies.

Esteemed scholars honoured for their quality teaching

The Alumni Association conferred teaching awards on professors Jeremey Rawson and Judy Bornais during Convocation.