Professor Sreekanta Das has partnered with industry to develop structures using corrosion-resistant building rebar made from volcanic rock.
Having a massive piece of equipment used to test the strength of a wide variety of structures moved to the new Ed Lumley Centre for Engineering Innovation will give faculty and student researchers a new level of capability they were never able to enjoy in their old facility, according to one engineering professor.
Food Services will offer more choices to students, faculty and staff on campus this summer, says department head Dave McEwen.
The Marketplace food court in the CAW Student Centre will operate all summer long and, beginning April 23, will feature a new Second Cup coffee program. This self-serve station will offer soups and pastries in addition to a range of hot beverages.
A UWindsor engineer hopes the testing he conducted for a local solar energy supplier will help the firm expand and grow.
Looking for a quick bite on campus that’s deliciously different and a great deal? Just grab a hot and fresh Bozii combo and you’ll be good to go.
An outlet serving the savoury filled pastries opened Monday in the Toldo Health Education Centre, adjacent to the Bru. The pastries are available in a variety of fillings – from steak to vegetarian – grilled fresh for each customer, and come with a choice of dipping sauces.