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Tranum Kaur

Jill Lau, Etobicoke site director for Apotex pharmaceutical company, discusses its history and work culture with Master of Medical Biotechnology students.Jill Lau, Etobicoke site director for Apotex pharmaceutical company, discusses its history and work culture with Master of Medical Biotechnology students.

Biotech students enjoy visit to pharmaceutical manufacturer

Graduate students in the Master of Medical Biotechnology program travelled to Etobicoke for a tour of the Apotex pharmaceutical manufacturing site.

Douglas Kneale, Patti Lauzon, Tranum Kaur, Chris HouserChemistry professor Tranum Kaur (third from left) accepts congratulations on her Excellence in Mentoring Award from UWindsor president Douglas Kneale, alumni communications director Patti Lauzon, and dean of science Chris Houser during the Celebration of Teaching Excellence, Nov. 21 in the Alumni Auditorium.

Reception celebrates teaching award winners

More than 250 faculty, staff, and students gathered to honour award-winning instructors at the Celebration of Teaching Excellence.

Antonio Pascual-LeoneAntonio Pascual-Leone is one of two UWindsor faculty members who will receive recognition as excellent mentors during the alumni association’s AGM and awards presentation Thursday, November 15.

Alumni to acknowledge outstanding educators

The University of Windsor Alumni Association will honour two outstanding educators at its AGM and awards presentation Thursday, November 15.

Biotechnology Symposium logoThe Biotechnology Symposium, October 3 in Ambassador Auditorium, is geared to future trend-setters in biotechnology.

Symposium to share insights on biotech enterprises

The Biotechnology Symposium, October 3 in Ambassador Auditorium, is geared to future trend-setters in biotechnology.

UWindsor’s first Bio Innovative Solutions (BIS) competition will take place Saturday, October 3, during the Biotechnology Entrepreneurship Symposium.UWindsor’s first Bio Innovative Solutions (BIS) competition will take place Saturday, October 3, during the Biotechnology Entrepreneurship Symposium.

Competition calls for bio innovative solutions

UWindsor’s first Bio Innovative Solutions (BIS) competition is inviting university and college students students to submit problem solving proposals related to biotechnology.