Graduate Studies

young man considering pursuing MSW studiesAn online session at noon Friday, Jan. 15, will provide information on the Master of Social Work for Working Professionals program.

Session to provide info on MSW for Working Professionals program

An online session at noon Friday, Jan. 15, will provide information on the Master of Social Work for Working Professionals program.

Luc Quenneville, Scott Thorpe, and Jen Almeida accept certificates from president Robert Gordon.The Print Shop team received a service excellence award in January 2020. From left: Luc Quenneville, Scott Thorpe, and Jen Almeida accept certificates from president Robert Gordon.

Faculty and staff invited to join online celebration of Employee Recognition Awards

The campus community is invited to a virtual presentation of the Employee Recognition Awards on Feb. 25.

screen grab of video conferenceMembers of the MBA Class of 1970 celebrated the 50th anniversary of their graduation by toasting each other over Zoom on Dec. 9. From left to right, (top row) George Rapaich, Kelly Gosselin, Jim Chambers, Mitch Fields; (middle row) Barb and Phil Payne, Tom and Jan Knowlton, Rodney and Jill Weber, David Wilson; (bottom) Jamie Wallace.

MBA class gathers online for 50th reunion celebration

Members of the MBA Class of 1970 celebrated the 50th anniversary of their graduation by toasting each other over Zoom on Dec. 9.

Debra DudekDebra Dudek of Australia’s Edith Cowan University will discuss the young adult novel “A Monster Calls” in a webinar Nov. 26.

Webinar to explore award-winning novel

Debra Dudek of Australia’s Edith Cowan University will discuss the young adult novel “A Monster Calls” in a webinar Nov. 26.

Beach with sign warning postedResearch by science dean Chris Houser and Master’s student Brett Vlodarchyk found a significant increase in surf-related drownings on the Great Lakes this summer. Once stay-at-home orders were lifted in Ontario, Michigan, and other U.S. states, COVID-fatigued people flocked to beaches near major centres.

Pandemic behind increased drownings on Great Lakes beaches, research suggests

Two UWindsor researchers found a significant increase in surf-related drownings on the Great Lakes this summer.

Martin Ouellette as the man in "Rabbit and the Snare"Martin Ouellette was named Best Actor at the Central Alberta Film Festival for his role in a work by film students Gemma Cunial and Calum Hotchkiss.

Film students buoyed by festival recognition

Martin Ouellette was named Best Actor at the Central Alberta Film Festival for his role in a work by film students Gemma Cunial and Calum Hotchkiss.