The first cohort of graduates from the Master of Science in Translational Health Science program will cross the Convocation stage today at 6:30 p.m.
Agar Vessels, a sculpture by Lyndsay McKay, one of the graduating MFA students participating in the exhibition Thesis.
A reception April 27 celebrated graduates of a program to give science students experience in teaching.
In the first half of the 20th century, Windsor was home to a dynamic Black community located in the metropolitan core. Situated east of the downtown commercial district, the McDougall Street Corridor was a mostly self-sufficient African Canadian community bounded loosely by Riverside Drive, Goyeau Street, Giles Street, and Howard Avenue.
This historic neighbourhood emerged during the mid-19th century as African American freedom seekers and free people of colour crossed the Detroit River in search of refuge from enslavement and oppression.