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Dave Wilson

Douglas Kneale, Dave Wilson, Mike Biro, Lana Biro, Frank Bisson, Mike Mueller, Margaret Mueller, Jack Freeman, Mitchell Fields, and Michael Diana.Members of the BComm class of 1961 gathered Wednesday for an event recognizing their support for the Odette School of Business. Pictured are UWindsor president Douglas Kneale, Dave Wilson, Mike Biro, Lana Biro, Frank Bisson, Mike Mueller, Margaret Mueller, Jack Freeman, dean Mitchell Fields, and Michael Diana.

Class of 1961 honoured for decades of University support

Members of the BComm class of 1961 gathered Wednesday for an event recognizing their support for the Odette School of Business.

Singing along with traffic: highway noise forces blackbirds to change their tune, biologists find

Many animals communicate using sound to attract mates, find food, and avoid predators.

Dave Wilson, a postdoctoral research fellow at the University of Windsor, says that rising levels of human-generated noise have raised concern for those animals. He is a member of a team of researchers who have published a new study this week in the Journal of Experimental Biology, which shows that traffic noise causes red-winged blackbirds to alter their songs.