The Master of Social Work for Working Professionals program is kicking off its Fall 2022 admission cycle with an exciting announcement: the program will now be offered in an online format.
Students are still required to attend scheduled virtual classes, but this change means that making the commute to the classroom will no longer be a challenge for those with full-time employment.
Adrian Guta has been inducted as a member of the Royal Society of Canada’s College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists.
UWindsor instructor and PhD student Candace Hind received an award for inspirational leadership from the the Ontario Association of Social Workers.
Students can learn about the use of movement to help manage mood in a virtual dance workout geared toward relieving their end-of-semester stress.
Social work professor Kristen Lwin encourages her students to show their faces during online sessions to foster connection.
An online session at noon Friday, Jan. 15, will provide information on the Master of Social Work for Working Professionals program.
Social work student Noelle Dupret Smith advanced the installation of rainbow crosswalks on the UWindsor campus as a course project.
Even amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Canada is pursuing its international policy on sustainable development, says a UWindsor researcher.