Michelle Bondy

Grade schoolers work at activity table stringing beads on bracelets.Grade 7 and 8 students bead bracelets using binary code during A Scientist Like Her, June 3 at the University of Windsor.

Grade school girls gain science experience

Young female scientists spent the day with the Faculty of Science for the annual A Scientist Like Her event on June 3.
Kailee Tait, Tyson Bergen, and Owenn FlamingKailee Tait, Tyson Bergen, and Owenn Flaming, 10th graders at Leamington District Secondary School, won the Best Quality award at Canada’s 2022 National Crystal Growing Competition.

Local team clear winner in crystal competition

Growing a crystal is no simple task. But one high school team from Leamington grew a crystal so fine it won the Best Quality award at Canada’s 2022 National Crystal Growing Competition.

Students from Windsor and Essex County high schools worked with chemistry professor Nick Vukotic and Faculty of Science experiential learning specialist Michelle Bondy in preparation for the national competition.

words written that describe digital fluencyOpen Learning Digital Fluency Fellows will build local strategic capacity for humanizing online learning experiences. Graphic by Giulia Forsythe.

Digital Fluency Fellows to build capacity in online learning

Open Learning Digital Fluency Fellows will build local strategic capacity for humanizing online learning experiences.
BCNSA vice-president Alyssa Arundine seated before computer screen displaying "Brain Awareness Week"Students from the behaviour, cognition, and neuroscience program — including BCNSA vice-president Alyssa Arundine — have developed learning modules for local Grade 5 classes during Brain Awareness Week.

Students join brain awareness campaign

UWindsor students have developed activities for local Grade 5 classes in observance of Brain Awareness Week.