A panel discussion June 23 will consider allyship for change across racialized groups.
An event Friday celebrated the addition to the Leddy Library of an interactive place for idea sharing and innovation.
Members of the UWindsor community have joined a social media campaign to recognize International Women’s Day.
The Windsor Public Library bookmobile will be outside the Leddy Library from noon to 2 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 23.
The Ontario Confederation of University Faculty Associations has conferred awards on two members of the UWindsor academy.
Librarians distributed free cookies, coffee and tea to patrons Monday during Student Appreciation Day.
Contributors to the Annual Giving Program who make their donations by April 30 will be credited with a gift to its 2012 Plant a Seed: Here We Grow Again campaign, says chair Bruce Tucker.
“UWindsor employees and retirees who participate will receive an invitation to this spring’s donor recognition event,” Dr. Tucker says. “It is a tangible demonstration of the University’s appreciation of those faculty and staff members who go beyond their work efforts to support student success.”
A cookie tastes a little sweeter when it’s free, says Lindsay Thompson.
The second-year kinesiology major was one of hundreds of UWindsor students to enjoy a freebie from the Leddy Library on Tuesday.
Librarians distributed free cookies, coffee and tea as a goodwill gesture to students preparing for final examinations. Sales of decommissioned books helped to pay for the event.
“It’s awesome,” said second-year environmental science student Colette Drouillard. “It’s very nice for them to do this for us. Plus, I like free stuff!”