The Ontario Confederation of University Faculty Associations has conferred awards on two members of the UWindsor academy.
A project to improve first-year courses is seeking input from instructors.
The Alumni Association conferred teaching awards on professors Jeremey Rawson and Judy Bornais during Convocation.
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.
Kinesiology professor Dave Andrews will receive a teaching award October 29 from the Ontario Confederation of University Faculty Associations.
External recognition of UWindsor instructors celebrates its reputation as an institution committed to providing an exceptional educational experience.
Nursing professor Judy Bornais will speak today on “Safety Issues Related to the Care of Patients with Diabetes.”
A tour of the simulation spaces in the Medical Education Building and Toldo Health Education Centre is one of the highlights of Campus Technology Day, Thursday, May 16.
Nursing instructors Judy Bornais and Debbie Rickeard will guide participants through the faculty’s Simulation Centre, which offers students authentic simulated learning experiences so they can apply theory to practice and learn to safely care for future patients.
Peer education is the most effective form of health promotion, says Judi Wilson, which is why she feels student nurses working with her are the backbone of the program.
“I am fortunate that the Faculty of Nursing can send students to work with me,” says Wilson, health promotion nurse in Student Health Services. “I don’t know how my office could function without them.”