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Kiirsti OwenKiirsti Owen birdwatching at the Cape May Bird Observatory after she won the best student presentation award at the joint meeting of the Association of Field Ornithologists and the Wilson Ornithological Society.

Good news for avian conservation earns student best presentation award at international conference

Kiirsti Owen won the best student presentation award at the joint meeting of the Association of Field Ornithologists and the Wilson Ornithological Society.

Ostrich having swallowed beer glass; astonished-looking zookeeperOrnithological education and entertainment are on the agenda for Birds & Beers, Nov. 14 at the Walkerville Brewery.

Public outreach event for the birds

Ornithological education and entertainment are on the agenda for Birds & Beers, Nov. 14 at the Walkerville Brewery.

Cheri McGowan, Kevin MilneUWindsor researchers Cheri McGowan and Kevin Milne are part of an international consortium studying how to get more cardiac patients participating in rehabilitation programs.

UWindsor researchers aim to improve lives of cardiac patients

UWindsor researchers are part of an international consortium studying how to get more cardiac patients participating in rehabilitation programs.

Student asks questions of social work grad advisorsThe graduate studies showcase, Thursday in the CAW Student Centre, promises representatives from every UWindsor program on hand to answer questions.

Event to showcase graduate programs

The graduate studies showcase, Thursday in the CAW Student Centre, promises representatives from every UWindsor program on hand to answer questions.

Richard Lockhart of Simon Fraser UniversityStatistics professor Richard Lockhart of Simon Fraser University will highlight the continuing relevance of the field in a public lecture Thursday.

Continuing relevance of statistics subject of lecture

Statistics professor Richard Lockhart of Simon Fraser University will highlight the continuing relevance of the field in a public lecture Thursday.