Pascale Diverlus, Chrys Saget-RichardPascale Diverlus and Chrys Saget-Richard will facilitate a conversation Jan. 18 addressing recent incidents of anti-Black racism on Canadian campuses.

Equity and Diversity Committee to host facilitated discussion on anti-Black racism

In light of recent incidents of anti-Black racism on Canadian campuses, the Equity and Diversity Committee at Windsor Law is hosting a facilitated discussion to challenge the root cause and reactions to these events. The virtual event will take place over Blackboard Collaborate at 12 noon on Monday, Jan. 18.

This discussion aims to address the ongoing anti-Black racism at the law school, specifically regarding the prevalence of tone policing Black students and centering whiteness in conversations of anti-Black racism. This conversation will be facilitated by Pascale Diverlus and Chris Saget-Richard.

This event is free and open to the campus community, but advance registration is required at

CKLW logo with microphoneListeners of CKLW radio will hear from representatives of the Alumni Association during “Experts on Call,” Saturday morning.

Alumni to provide expertise on association activity

Representatives of the University of Windsor Alumni Association will address the community on a call-in radio show Saturday, Jan. 16.

Board president Ken Alexander (BPA 1987, LLB 1992), president-elect Gordon Orr (BA 1989), and special projects co-ordinator Rob Janisse (BA 2009) and alumni engagement officer Katherine Simon (BA 1994) of the Office of Alumni Relations will appear on the “Experts on Call” program, airing on CKLW for an hour starting at 11 a.m.

They plan to discuss with host Chris Tolmie (BA 2011) how the university continues to engage with its graduates during the pandemic and engagement opportunities in the coming year.

Listeners can tune in to AM800 or live online at

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 today — Friday, Jan. 15 — will provide information on the Master of Social Work for Working Professionals program.

Topics to be discussed include program benefits, program overview, field education, admission requirements, application process and fees, and financial aid. At the end of the session, there will also be a question-and-answer period.

Admission is free through the Zoom teleconferencing platform. Register to attend.

Table bearing signs of research -- pads, computers, etc.What are students wondering about? Find out by consulting the most-referenced Knowledge Base Articles.

Student questions run gamut of concerns

Campus partners are working to maintain a robust set of Knowledge Base Articles (KBAs).

The KBA team has compiled a digest of this week’s most-referenced KBAs to streamline student-focused questions to ask.UWindsor to support consistent communication with current and future students.

This week’s top-five referenced KBAs concern everything from admissions to graduation:

Find Winter 2021 KBAs by clicking here.

Submit common questions to