Pursue strengths in research and graduate education

Eman El-MasriElectrical and computer engineering major Eman El-Masri received the 2021 Outstanding Student Research Award for excellence in research, scholarship, and creative activity at the undergraduate level.

Virtual celebration recognizes faculty and student accomplishments in research, scholarship, and creative activity

A video tribute introduces the virtual Celebration of Excellence in Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activity.
Sarah Dobney collects recordings at a savannah sparrow nest Sarah Dobney, pictured here collecting recordings at a savannah sparrow nest in the Bay of Fundy, won a prize at the national meeting of the Society of Canadian Ornithologists.

Graduate students of ornithology deliver prize-winning talks

Two University of Windsor graduate students won prizes for outstanding talks at the recent annual meeting of the Society of Canadian Ornithologists.

Sarah Dobney, a PhD student in the Department of Integrative Biology, won the “Early Program Award” for an outstanding presentation from an early-career researcher. Her prize-winning talk was titled: “Quiet in the nest: Nest environment diminishes song transmission to nestlings.”

suitsWindsor Regional Hospital received the Sue Skrobiak Award of Excellence on Sept. 20 from the Odette School of Business. From left: Bharat Maheshwari, MBA academic director; Mitch Fields, dean of the Odette School of Business; John Skrobiak, Sue Skrobiak’s widower; Karen Riddell, chief nursing officer and chief operating officer of Windsor Regional Hospital; Amie Mandal, Sue Skrobiak’s daughter; Bijan Mandal, Amie Mandal’s husband; Anthony Paniccia, chair of the Windsor Regional Hospital board; David Musyj, Windsor Regional Hospital CEO; Gerry Kerr, MBA professor.

Business school celebrates ties to hospital

Windsor Regional Hospital received the Sue Skrobiak Award of Excellence on Sept. 20 from the Odette School of Business.

History professor Gregg FrenchHistory professor Gregg French will participate in a panel discussion on names that commemorate historical figures with controversial legacies, Sept. 22 at Art Windsor-Essex.

Prof to join conversation on controversial commemoration

Prof. Gregg French will participate in a Sept. 22 panel discussion on names that commemorate historical figures with controversial legacies.