Engage in community partnerships

Windsor City HallThe University and City of Windsor have agreed to a memorandum of understanding to advance partnerships.

University, city to formalize partnerships

A team from the University and City of Windsor is undertaking research and discussion to support the development of a long-term partnership agreement between Windsor’s municipal government and the University of Windsor. This effort follows on from a memorandum of understanding approved in Fall 2021, outlining a shared commitment to enhance working relationships, advance shared strategic priorities, and develop structures and procedures support those wanting to build partnered projects across the two organizations in areas of shared priority.

Emily Varga, Hasnet Ahmed, Milad Kazemian, Kory Bertrand, Alicia Dicarlo, and Hiatus House executive director Sylvie Guenther.Officials from the UWindsor graduate and teaching assistants’ union make a $25,000 donation to Hiatus House. From left: Emily Varga, Hasnet Ahmed, Milad Kazemian, Kory Bertrand, Alicia Dicarlo, and Hiatus House executive director Sylvie Guenther.

Students extend support to safe space agency

CUPE Local 4580, the graduate and teaching assistants union, delivered a $25,000 donation to the Hiatus House charity on Thursday.
images of snapshots depicting people exercisingGet up, get moving, and challenge yourself to move for 200 minutes through March 6 with iMove for United Way.

Charity issues challenge to move for mental health

Get up, get moving, and challenge yourself to move for 200 minutes through March 6 with iMove for United Way.
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phone displaying WE-Spark appA customized mobile and web app is intended to support collaborative research projects across Windsor-Essex.

Application to support research collaboration

A customized mobile and web app is intended to support collaborative research projects across Windsor-Essex.

cartoon heartsAn event Tuesday will raise monies and support for First Nations children and families.

Human rights campaigners asking supporters to have a heart

The Windsor Law chapter of Amnesty International is holding an event Tuesday to raise funds and support for First Nations children and families.
Mary Anne ChambersMary Anne Chambers of York University’s Glendon School of Public and International Affairs will join UWindsor chancellor Mary Jo Haddad in conversation Wednesday, March 2.

Conversation to consider nature of change

The Chancellor’s Leadership Series presents a dialogue with Mary Anne Chambers on Wednesday, March 2.