Research

Bill Van Heyst, Apoorva SrivastavaDean of engineering Bill Van Heyst receives a Meenakari marble plate from Indian consul general in Toronto Apoorva Srivastava. Meenakari is the art of ornamenting the surface of marble and metals by fusing over brilliant colours in an intricate design.

Consular visit proves insightful and encouraging

India’s consul general in Toronto, Apoorva Srivastava, was impressed by her April 12 tour of UWindsor engineering research facilities.
Psychiatry professor Kymberly Young of the University of PittsburghPsychiatry professor Kymberly Young of the University of Pittsburgh will discuss her research exploring the use of neurofeedback to treat mood disorders on April 14.

Colloquium to focus on physiological mechanisms of mood disorders

A lecture Thursday, April 14, will examine the use of neuroscience-derived interventions to address mood disorders.
Twitter logoThe 2nd annual Twitter-based Graduate Showcase challenges UWindsor students to share a summary of their scholarly activity.

Training session to prepare grad students to tweet theses

A one-hour “Tweet Your Thesis Training Session” will prepare grad students for the #UWINGradShowcase competition.
Gordon Drake, Aaron BondyPhysics professor emeritus Gordon Drake and his PhD student Aaron Bondy are part of an international team exploring the precise wavelength at which atoms become invisible to laser light.

International research team probing for invisible atoms

UWindsor physics researchers are part of an international team exploring the precise wavelength at which atoms become invisible to laser light.
coloured pencils on the cover of the book, Classroom Practice in 2022Education students in the “Classroom Practice” course for primary and junior teacher candidates have published an e-book.

Teacher candidates compile classroom strategies

Education students in the “Classroom Practice” course for primary and junior teacher candidates have published an e-book.