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Sara Alabed, Maria Meer eating ice creamFirst-year biomed students Sara Alabed and Maria Meer enjoyed the International Student Society ice cream social, Wednesday on Turtle Island Walk — the site of today’s free barbecue lunch.

Reminder: free lunch today on River Commons

Free food, entertainment, and fellowship are on offer at the Campus Community Barbecue today on the River Commons.

University of Windsor mechanical engineering students pose with the rocket they entered in The Spaceport America Cup. The team placed fifth in the 30,000 commercial off the shelf motor, solid propulsion category.University of Windsor mechanical engineering students pose with the rocket they entered in The Spaceport America Cup. The team placed fifth in the 30,000 commercial off the shelf motor, solid propulsion category.

Rocketry students reach new heights in international competition

A team of mechanical engineering students placed fifth in the world's largest intercollegiate rocket engineering competition.

The Spaceport America Cup attracted 121 teams worldwide to compete June 18 to 22, 2019 in Las Cruces, New Mexico.

University of Windsor Rocketry Team member Katarina Berg says the competition has multiple categories based on motor type and either a target altitude of 10,000 or 30,000 feet.

students in professional attireThe Faculty of Graduate Studies will host the Graduate Studies Showcase in the CAW Student Centre on Thursday, November 1.

Event to showcase UWindsor grad programs

The Faculty of Graduate Studies will host the Graduate Studies Showcase in the CAW Student Centre on Thursday, November 1.

Rob Stewart gets up close and personal with a tiger shark during the filming of Sharkwater Extinction. The film is produced and edited by UWindsor assistant professor Nick Hector. Rob Stewart gets up close and personal with a tiger shark during the filming of Sharkwater Extinction. The film is produced and edited by UWindsor assistant professor Nick Hector.

New UWindsor prof's shark doc premiering at TIFF

Nick Hector faced a daunting challenge.

How do you take more than 500 terabytes of raw video footage and edit a documentary that honours the director’s legacy while holding true to his artistic vision?

“Rob Stewart was just so earnest and genuine and there was no artifice about him wanting to change the world,” Hector said, a University of Windsor assistant professor.