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group in classroomPeter Frise, right, welcomes new students in the Master of Engineering program to the University of Windsor.

Orientation session welcomes Master of Engineering students

Faculty, staff, and students welcomed more than 650 Master of Engineering (MEng) students at the 2023 Winter Orientation on Wednesday, Jan 4.

The session included a movie and sports event highlights with popcorn, a light lunch, the presentations themselves, and campus tours.

“It was exciting and fun to see so many enthusiastic new students attend the in-person orientation,” says Dr. Peter Frise, associate dean for professional programs. “The event filled all three of the big lecture theatres in the CEI and was a great success.”

Flags of many nationsRegister by Feb. 1 to showcase your culture in the March 15 Celebration of Nations.

Sign up now for cultural festival

Register by Feb. 1 to showcase your culture in the March 15 Celebration of Nations.

Canadian Bureau for International Education logoSince the University is an institutional member of the Canadian Bureau for International Education, faculty and staff are entitled to its benefits.

Membership brings privileges in advancing international education

Since the University is an institutional member of the Canadian Bureau for International Education, faculty and staff are entitled to its benefits.

Carol HofgartnerCarol Hofgartner, founder of the Detroit non-profit Art Road, will discuss her work to bring art class back to public schools Nov. 3.

Webinar to feature advocate for arts education

Carol Hofgartner, founder of the Detroit non-profit Art Road, will discuss her work to bring art class back to public schools Nov. 3.

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three diya lampsA lighting of traditional diyas Monday in the student centre will celebrate Diwali, the festival of lights.

Lighting ceremony Monday to celebrate Diwali

A lighting of traditional diyas Monday in the student centre will celebrate Diwali, the festival of lights.