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Provide an exceptional undergraduate experience

young man posed in front of tankAbdur Rahim, a fourth-year student of industrial engineering with a minor in business administration, is currently working a co-op position at General Dynamics Land Systems Canada.

Co-op experience helping create highly employable graduates

Students participating in UWindsor’s co-operative education programs combine their academic education with full-time paid work experience, putting them ahead of the pack when they apply for work after graduation.

“We are always impressed with the calibre of students we work with, and the exciting projects and organizations they are exposed to,” says Mitch Fields, executive director of Co-op, Career and Employment Services.

Alan Wildeman next to Raptors logoUWindsor president Alan Wildeman welcomes a new partnership with Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment, which owns the Toronto Raptors of the National Basketball Association.

Strategic partnership

The University of Windsor is the first education partner of MLSE.

student in library working on laptopThe University has licensed software which supports reading, writing, and research by making documents and files more accessible.

Software to support document accessibility

A tool now available to the campus community will help make materials more accessible.

The University has purchased an institution-wide licence for Read&Write, which supports reading, writing, and research by making documents and files more accessible. The software is free to all UWindsor employees and students.

Read&Write helps with language acquisition and improved writing, says Anthony Gomez, assistive technologist in Student Accessibility Services.

magazine coverLearn about projects by researchers and students to combat the spread of COVID-19 in the latest issue of the Windsor Engineering newsletter.

Newsletter provides info on engineering faculty and students

Learn about projects by researchers and students to combat the spread of COVID-19 in the latest issue of the Windsor Engineering newsletter.