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Phil McKay, Brandy Giannetta Phil McKay (BASc 2007, MASc 2011) and Brandy Giannetta (BA 1998, MA 1999) champion wind energy growth nationwide in their roles with the Canadian Wind Energy Association.

Grads outstanding in field of wind energy

UWindsor grads Phil McKay and Brandy Giannetta champion Canada’s wind energy industry.

Joan RoseJoan Rose will deliver her free public lecture “Exploring the Water Virome and Biohealth of the Planet” Wednesday on the UWindsor campus.

Global biohealth subject of lecture

Joan Rose will deliver her free public lecture “Exploring the Water Virome and Biohealth of the Planet” Wednesday on the UWindsor campus.

David Hume and Adam SmithAuthor Dennis Rasmussen will discuss the friendship of David Hume and Adam Smith in a free public lecture Thursday in the SoCA Armouries.

Presentation to explore philosophical friendship

Author Dennis Rasmussen will discuss the friendship of David Hume and Adam Smith in a free public lecture Thursday in the SoCA Armouries.

Han Zhang, Emmanuel IgodanEngineering student Han Zhang and international relations student Emmanuel Igodan have teamed up to found Landerz backpack and luggage company.

High-tech backpack goal of student start-up

Engineering student Han Zhang and international relations student Emmanuel Igodan have teamed up to found Landerz backpack and luggage company.

UWindsor's Dr. Cheryl Collier's book "The Politics of Ontario" is the perfect primer for people interested in learning more about the province ahead of the June 7 election.UWindsor's Dr. Cheryl Collier's book "The Politics of Ontario" is the perfect primer for people interested in learning more about the province ahead of the June 7 election.

UWindsor prof pens primer for upcoming provincial election

UWindsor’s Cheryl Collier has crafted the ultimate guide for the upcoming Ontario election.

The associate professor and acting head of the political science department led a team of 15 contributors for The Politics of Ontario, an in-depth analysis of all aspects of the Ontario political landscape.

“The book was about trying to understand what makes Ontario tick,” Dr. Collier said.

“Easy” political issues subject of lecture

Which political positions come first, the voters’ or the candidates’?

Marc André Bodet, an associate professor of political science at Laval University, will take up this question in his free public lecture “The Leader-Led Nexus on Easy Issues,” over lunch Wednesday, February 28.