Engineering professor Arezoo Emadi in labEngineering professor Arezoo Emadi has received a federal Discovery grant to fund her research project “A new approach in extending the boundaries of autonomous early detection using a novel micromachined resonator.”

Federal funding fuels exploration at the frontiers of discovery

Fourteen UWindsor researchers ireceived nearly $2.5 million in 2023 Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada Discovery grants.
Peter Frise speaking to classPeter Frise, associate dean of engineering for professional programs, welcomes new students to the Master of Engineering program.

Session orients Master of Engineering students

Faculty, staff, and students welcomed more than 400 Master of Engineering students to the University of Windsor at the fall orientation session.
Jasleen Dayal and Carolyn Francis standing on Riverside DriveJasleen Dayal and Carolyn Francis, strategic planning and special projects associates in the Office of the President, will staff a booth providing information on the University’s strategic plan during the Open Streets Windsor festival on Sunday, Sept. 17.

Sunday festival to open streets and minds

The University of Windsor campus will extend across Riverside Drive for a time Sunday, Sept. 17, during the Open Streets Windsor festival.
Jennifer Johrendt, Nievae Centurione, Elisha GiangElevate students showcased research they have been working on all summer. From left: associate dean Jennifer Johrendt, mechanical engineering student Nievae Centurione, electrical and computer engineering major Elisha Giang.

Internships elevate engineering student research

The first cohort of Elevate interns showed off the results of their summer research projects in poster presentations.
Doug Ford seated at steering wheel before screens simulating roadStudents look on as Ontario premier Doug Ford tries out an automotive simulator in the CHARGE lab Friday during a tour of the Centre for Engineering Innovation.

Campus attracts official visitors

Ontario premier Doug Ford and universities minister Jill Dunlop visited campus last week.

sports car labelled Car MeetThe Windsor Engineering Car Meet will bring together fans of automotive design on Friday, Aug. 11.

Meet to connect car enthusiasts

The Windsor Engineering Car Meet will bring together fans of automotive design on Friday, Aug. 11.

man gazing intently into demon maskBilled as “India’s biggest short film,” The World of Kapata will enjoy a screening Aug. 2 at the Media Arts Community Centre.

Alumnus to screen short feature

A UWindsor grad will screen his independent film Wednesday, Aug. 2, at the Media Arts Community Centre.