A UWindsor research team received $540,000 to test samples from wastewater treatment plants as an early warning system for COVID-19.
Engineering alumnus Md Mizanur Rahman (MASc 2003) has been featured among Canada’s top 100 professionals.
Mike McKay is leading a research team using wastewater to study the transmission of COVID-19 in local communities.
Although Norm Becker (BASc 1967, PhD 1970) has worked all over the globe, he always maintained a close relationship with the university.
UWindsor researchers aim to provide local municipalities with a solution to toxic algae that wreak havoc on drinking water quality and wildlife.
UWindsor engineering professor Nihar Biswas received an honorary doctorate June 12 from the University of Guelph.
Civil engineering classmates of 1977 reunited April 22 at the University of Windsor, 40 years after leaving the campus as new graduates.
Nihar Biswas’s dedication to the University of Windsor extends well beyond the classroom walls. When Dr. Biswas isn’t lecturing on water quality and waste management, the civil engineering professor is helping attract top student athletes to UWindsor.
“While many of our students and staff may recognize Nihar as a frequent visitor to the St. Denis Centre and a regular exerciser on our track, what many probably don’t know is all the work he is doing behind the scenes to help our Lancer teams,” athletic director Mike Havey said April 6 at the Lancer Evening of Excellence.
Ram Balachandar, vice-provost international, and Patti Weir, dean of graduate studies, are pleased to announce the receipt of two Canadian Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Scholarships.
These prestigious three-year scholarships are funded through the Community Foundations of Canada, the Rideau Hall Foundation and the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada.
AUCC president Paul Davidson says the scholarships will provide students with transformative international study and research experiences.