The online panel discussion “Power Circle: Building our collective future against anti-Asian racism” welcomes all on Friday, May 5.
Students in the course “Love, Honour, and Obey: Marriage and Gender” will present the publications they have created this fall at a Zine Fair from 3:30 to 5 p.m. Wednesday.
A scholarship established in memory of the late Bert Weeks, a former Windsor mayor, will support a doctoral student in sociology.
UWindsor's Allison Gray and Ayesha Mian Akram were among the five winners of the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council's Storytellers contest.
Three UWindsor PhD students are finalists in a national competition to show Canadians the value of research in the social sciences and humanities.
UWindsor psychology student Tessa Virtue and her ice dancing partner Scott Moir reclaimed their top ranking at the world figure skating championships in Nice, France.
The pair won the 2010 world title as well as the gold medal at the Vancouver Olympic Games, but had to settle for second place at the 2011 world championship. This week, they won both the short program and free skate, finishing with a total of 182.65 points – more than four points ahead of the defending titlists, Meryl Davis and Charlie White.