“Are limits on religious expression becoming a trend in Canada?” is the subject of a panel discussion Wednesday.
UWindsor law professor Richard Moon will discuss the increasingly partisan employment of the term “free speech” Tuesday in a Humanities Week lecture.
Humanities Week, Nov. 11 through 15, promises a series of diverse events in casual settings.
A reception April 17 will celebrate the launch of books by two Windsor Law professors.
The University of Windsor is expecting one of the highest enrolments in its history.
Apply by February 15 for appointment as professor emerita/emeritus, distinguished university professor, or honorary professor.
Friends and colleagues came together on May 14 at Kerr House to honour law professor Richard Moon as the 2013 recipient of the Mary Lou Dietz Equity Leadership Award.
The award was established by the Status of Women, Diversity and Equity Action Committee of the Windsor University Faculty Association in memory of the late sociology professor Mary Lou Dietz. It honours association members who demonstrate the spirit of leadership through their contributions to creating an equity culture on campus.
Law professor Richard Moon will receive the 2013 Mary Lou Dietz Equity Leadership Award from the Status of Women Diversity and Equity Action Committee of the Windsor University Faculty Association at a May 14 reception.
Last week’s contest on Detroit proved so popular, we’re having another. Today’s quiz gives DailyNews readers a chance to show what they know about some Detroit art.
The winner will be selected at random from all correct responses received by 4 p.m. Tuesday, September 13. To be eligible, select the most correct answer to each of the following questions: