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Dora Cavallo-Medved

Dora Cavallo-MedvedShe loves working with students, says biology professor Dora Cavallo-Medved, recipient of the Excellence in Teaching Award from the University of Windsor Students’ Alliance.

Undergraduate student alliance honours students and faculty

Biology professor Dora Cavallo-Medved received the Excellence in Teaching Award from the University of Windsor Students’ Alliance.

Youshaa El-Abed, Andrew Swan, Dora Cavallo-Medved, Karen Metcalfe, Maria Napigkit, Natasha Wiebe, Lisa PorterMembers of the Windsor Cancer Research Group thank student Maria Napigkit for her support. From left: Youshaa El-Abed, Andrew Swan, Dora Cavallo-Medved, Karen Metcalfe, Napigkit, Natasha Wiebe, Lisa Porter.

Student backs Windsor Cancer Research Group with donation from Royal Bank

Maria Napigkit is getting behind the Windsor Cancer Research Group with a $150 donation through the #Make150Count campaign.

Faculty-led symposium to explore practices for teaching large classes

Instructors from across campus will come together to explore and exchange effective practices in large-class teaching at “Effectively Teaching in Large Classes: A Symposium of Ideas,” on Friday, November 18.

Organized by faculty members Judy Bornais of nursing and Julie Smit of biological sciences, the event came about as each of them was independently planning to bring a speaker on the topic to campus.

“When we discovered we were on the same track, we thought, why not make a full day of it?” says Bornais.

As part of one of the Windsor Science Academy program activities, Sandwich Secondary students Jordan Sin (l.), Liam Salt (centre) and CJ Rempillo (r.) shatter flowers they had flash-frozen by dipping them in liquid nitrogen at -196° C.As part of one of the Windsor Science Academy program activities, Sandwich Secondary students Jordan Sin (l.), Liam Salt (centre) and CJ Rempillo (r.) shatter flowers they had flash-frozen by dipping them in liquid nitrogen at -196° C.

High schoolers explore science at UWindsor

34 high schoolers from across Windsor-Essex who spent a week in the Faculty of Science for short lectures, fun activities and lab exercises.