Safety and Sustainability

living wall in the Centre for Engineering InnovationThe living wall in the Centre for Engineering Innovation incorporates an active biofilter system to purify the building’s air.

Vertical gardens improving indoor air quality

The installation of biofilters in living walls promises a significant enhancement of the air quality in the Centre for Engineering Innovation and the Medical Education Building.

Rob Gordon at podiumUWindsor president Robert Gordon emphasized the institution’s pivotal role within the community Wednesday during his State of the University address.

UWindsor president delivers optimistic Together for Tomorrow address

UWindsor president Robert Gordon emphasized the institution’s pivotal role within the community Wednesday during his State of the University address.

student sorting waste into recycling receptaclesAn online survey assessing sustainability knowledge and perspectives among the campus community will close Feb. 11.

Online survey measuring sustainability literacy

An online survey assessing sustainability knowledge and perspectives among the campus community will close Feb. 11.
stack of jeans labelled second handStudent vendors will pass on their gently-used items at a thrift shop Tuesday and Wednesday in the student centre. (© svittlana - stock.adobe.com)

Thrift shop to pass on items for reuse

Student vendors will pass on their gently-used items at a thrift shop Tuesday and Wednesday in the student centre.

Criminologist to consider practice of solitary confinement

When Parliament created “Structured Intervention Units” in 2019, Correctional Service Canada took the position that the new legislation had abolished administrative segregation and its institutions no longer practised solitary confinement.

Anthony N. Doob, professor emeritus at the Centre for Criminology and Sociolegal Studies at the University of Toronto, will explore this claim in his 2024 Distinguished Lecture of the Windsor Yearbook Access to Justice from 4 to 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 8, in the Don Rodzik Moot Court, Ron W. Ianni Faculty of Law Building.