Grace Johnson will exercise her own curiosity and perseverance as the 2021 recipient of the Baylis Physics Research Internship.
The RBC EPIC Business Model Canvas Competition gives entrepreneurs tools to launch more successful ventures.
Learn how you can join in the work of reconciliation with Indigenous communities through the UWindsor Orange Shirt Day website.
The Organization of Part-time University Students will draw 10 winners of a free course in English Essentials.
James Jones, AKA Notorious Cree, will lead an Indigenous dance program at 7 p.m. today.
Two documentaries by Communication, Media, and Film students have been selected for the Detroit FREEP Film Festival’s Real Fresh Student Showcase.
Sara Grabauskas’s Canvassing the Soul and Carolina Di Grado’s Lookin’ Good, Feelin’ Good will be screened at Cinema Detroit on Sept. 24, at 4 p.m., and online from Sept. 22 to 29.
Reaching out for help isn’t a sign of weakness, but of strength, says Mohsan Beg, executive director of the Student Counselling Centre.
The centre offers a range of supports for mental health and wellness, from informal drop-in groups to individual therapy.
“We are a professional staff of licensed mental health practitioners,” Dr. Beg says. “Just like you would go to a medical professional to help you heal if you had a broken bone, we are here to help you heal when you need it.”