Pursue strengths in research and graduate education

series of doors, one painted redA panel of experts will discuss the future of online education Thursday, April 28, in an effort to bridge the gap between research and practice.

Panel to discuss future of online education

Education professor Lana Parker is one of the expert panellists who will discuss “The Future of Online Education in Ontario” on Thursday, April 28.
Bill Van Heyst, Apoorva SrivastavaDean of engineering Bill Van Heyst receives a Meenakari marble plate from Indian consul general in Toronto Apoorva Srivastava. Meenakari is the art of ornamenting the surface of marble and metals by fusing over brilliant colours in an intricate design.

Consular visit proves insightful and encouraging

India’s consul general in Toronto, Apoorva Srivastava, was impressed by her April 12 tour of UWindsor engineering research facilities.
Nicole MarkotićUWindsor English professor Nicole Markotić will launch her poetry collection, After Beowulf, via Zoom at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 19.

Professor produces poetic reimagining of Old English epic

UWindsor English professor Nicole Markotić will launch her poetry collection, After Beowulf, via Zoom at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 19.

Mason Sheppard, Wanda Nahdee, raised garden bedMHK student Mason Sheppard and Wanda Nahdee, program manager of the Aboriginal Child Resource Centre, pose with the raised garden bed which will enable persons with disabilities to participate in outdoor education.

Accessible garden product of collaboration

A project built a universally-designed raised garden bed outside the Aboriginal Child Resource Centre, and collaboration with the community.
Twitter logoThe 2nd annual Twitter-based Graduate Showcase challenges UWindsor students to share a summary of their scholarly activity.

Training session to prepare grad students to tweet theses

A one-hour “Tweet Your Thesis Training Session” will prepare grad students for the #UWINGradShowcase competition.
Gordon Drake, Aaron BondyPhysics professor emeritus Gordon Drake and his PhD student Aaron Bondy are part of an international team exploring the precise wavelength at which atoms become invisible to laser light.

International research team probing for invisible atoms

UWindsor physics researchers are part of an international team exploring the precise wavelength at which atoms become invisible to laser light.