Friday’s open house is aimed at helping applicants appreciate what the University of Windsor has to offer, but that doesn’t have to mean just first-entry programs, say organizers of a project in the Faculty of Education. They are hoping to attract University graduates interested in pursuing study in education.
“An education degree will enhance graduates’ abilities in leadership, professional development, instructional, motivational and interpersonal skills,” says acting dean Karen Roland.
The event runs 3 to 6 p.m. in the Neal Education Building, with classroom demonstrations for the first hour. Faculty and teacher candidates will be on hand to answer questions and showcase their work pertaining to specialized programs, including:
- Leadership Experience for Academic Direction
- Urban Education Project
- Language and Cultural Engagement Seminar
- Teachers for Tanzania
- Reciprocal Learning Program – China
The UWindsor open house will offer tours of campus facilities, presentations on academic programs, information on scholarships and awards, and opportunities for individual discussion with instructors and current students. Find details, including a full schedule of events, on the open house website.