Completing an inventory of experiential learning courses positions the university to expand opportunities for students.
Applications for fall term grants from Co-operative Education and Work-Integrated Learning Canada are being accepted until June 15.
A March 30 workshop will explore “Developing Short-term International Study Abroad Opportunities.”
A new Guide to Risk Management for Experiential Learning can help ensure a safe and successful educational experience for students.
Winners of Monday’s trivia quiz will each receive vouchers for a pair of tickets to the Windsor International Film Festival.
The UWindsor campus offers a variety of good gifts if you know where to look.
Some performances of Lion in the Streets, the current production of the University Players theatre troupe, have already sold out.
Audiences exiting the current University Players production have issued high praise, says marketing coordinator Anna Galka.
“The comments we have been gathering extol not only the writing and staging, but the quality of the actors’ work,” she says.
An Experiment with an Air Pump is part detective story, part science play, told in the same house in time frames 200 years apart.
Ann Price is a regular member of the drama department’s audiences. “We always love coming, and we’ll always come back,” she said.
Graduating from the UWindsor drama program, combined with her professional experiences since, has given Meaghen Quinn (BFA Acting 2001) an ability to connect with prospective students—and their parents.
Now an instructor in the School of Dramatic Art, she loves being able to work with her colleagues and mentors to recruit new students.
“I had a positive experience when I was a student,” she says. “It's a privilege to be teaching here and in a position that allows me to promote the School of Dramatic Art.”