Kurt Downes (BA 2003, B.Ed 2005) always wanted to go to Japan, but the best part of his experience as an Olympic coach is sharing what he learned to benefit his students and athletes back home.
Learn how and why sex and gender must be considered in research in a workshop on Friday, June 18.
This year’s African Diaspora Youth Conference will take place via videoconference Friday, May 7.
Education professor Andrew Allen will begin a two-year appointment as Anti-Racism Pedagogies Teaching Leadership Chair on July 1.
A March 30 workshop will explore “Developing Short-term International Study Abroad Opportunities.”
A record 350 students will attend the African Diaspora Youth Conference, May 9 to 11 on the University of Windsor campus.
High school students will experience inspiration and education at the African Diaspora Youth Conference, May 10 to 12 on the UWindsor campus.
For demonstrating leadership in equity through his teaching initiatives in Windsor and Tanzania, as well as his work to mentor and recruit students, Andrew Allen of the Faculty of Education recently received the 2015 Mary Lou Dietz Equity Leadership Award at Kerr House.
Created by the Faculty Association’s Status of Women, Diversity and Equity Action Committee (SWDEAC), the award was named for the late head of Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminology, and celebrates individuals who demonstrate leadership through their contributions to creating an equity culture on campus.
Teachers for Tanzania sends UWindsor education students to the east African nation.