Chile Eboe-Osuji will receive the American Society of International Law’s Goler T. Butcher Medal for outstanding contributions to international human rights law in April.
Chile Eboe-Osuji, former president of the International Criminal Court, will take up a part-time appointment at the University of Windsor.
UWindsor’s Natalie Suzor has been named Woman Entrepreneurial Leader of the Year by Enactus Canada.
John-Paul Semaan follows his sisters Melanie and Anne as graduates of the Outstanding Scholars program.
Political science professor Rebecca Major values relational learning: an engaged educational practice grounded in teaching through story.
Cross-Border Institute executive director Marta Leardi-Anderson joined a panel to discuss homeland security and the Canada-U.S. relationship.
Students and alumni of the University of Windsor are among the local filmmakers whose works will air on CBC Television on Saturday, Nov. 7.
Political science professor Lydia Miljan will open this year’s Martin Wesley Lecture series with her Oct. 13 presentation “Primate Politics.”