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Survey to study local incidence of anti-Semitism

A report detailing a record number of anti-Semitic incidents in Canada in 2019 has prompted the launch of a new study on the phenomenon in Windsor-Essex.

UWindsor alumnus John Cappucci (BA 2006), principal of Assumption University and the Stephen A. Jarislowsky Chair in Religion and Conflict, noted that B’nai Brith Canada reported an average of six anti-Semitic acts per day.

The latest issue of WE magazineThe latest issue of WE magazine addresses the response by UWindsor engineering researchers to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Magazine highlights COVID-19 research by engineering faculty

The latest issue of WE magazine addresses the response by UWindsor engineering researchers to the COVID-19 pandemic.

paper puppet theatreA project by UWindsor professor Jennifer Willet invites the public to explore the intersection of art and science — in their own homes.

Stay-at-home paper lab to house bio-art projects

A project by UWindsor professor Jennifer Willet invites the public to explore the intersection of art and science — in their own homes.

Screen of children singing "Silent Night"“Jingle All the Way: a virtual holiday concert” will feature performances by children to spread some seasonal cheer.

Student mounts online children’s concert

Education major Hope Forman has produced a virtual concert of holiday favourites sung by children.

Sreekanta Das looking over concrete structure in labIn UWindsor’s structures lab, one of the largest in Canada, Sreekanta Das’s team will develop a loadbearing, narrow, concrete beam that fits with prefabricated insulated light-gauge steel wall panels.

Team engineering better rebar for concrete construction

Professor Sreekanta Das has partnered with industry to develop structures using corrosion-resistant building rebar made from volcanic rock.