A team from the Office of Human Rights, Equity, and Accessibility won the Spring into Wellness Workplace Challenge.
A panel discussion June 23 will consider allyship for change across racialized groups.
The fifth and final event of 2021 Accessibility Awareness Days, “Inclusion has to be Purposeful,” is set for Tuesday, March 30.
Members of the UWindsor community have joined a social media campaign to recognize International Women’s Day.
An award from the Office of Human Rights, Equity and Accessibility recognized nursing student Chantal Kayumba for her advocacy on behalf of patients.
The Office of Human Rights, Equity and Accessibility conferred awards Friday at its annual reception.
The University of Windsor has announced the launch of the President’s Committee on Diversity and Inclusion (PCDI), which will replace the President’s Accessibility Steering Committee (PASC).
The PCDI will have a broader mandate that will also include employment equity. Both the Campus Accessibility Coordinating Committee and Employment Equity Coordinating Committee will report on their work directly to the PCDI. It is anticipated that a Human Rights Coordinating Committee will later be developed and also report to the PCDI.
The first annual OHREA awards reception, December 10 in the Odette Building, celebrated campus commitment to social justice.
The multi-faith calendar can assist with the preparation of class outlines and the scheduling of examinations and other events.