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Douglas Kneale

Provost calls for sharing of teaching and learning experiences

Provost Douglas Kneale’s latest Question of the Month, addressed to both students and faculty, tackles teaching and learning experiences at the University of Windsor.

As Dr. Kneale explains, the Strategic Mandate Agreement between the University of Windsor and the Ontario government sets out five overarching priorities to measure the University’s performance. One of these priorities is “Innovation in Teaching and Learning Excellence.”

Second-year civil engineering student Jason Duic speaks with alumni David Strelchuk, Philip Waier, and Henry Regts.Second-year civil engineering student Jason Duic describes the use of fibre reinforced polymer composites to strengthen concrete to alumni David Strelchuk, Philip Waier, and Henry Regts during a tour of the structures lab, Wednesday in the Centre for Engineering Innovation.

Civil engineering grads give back in celebration of 50th anniversary

Members of the civil engineering Class of 1967 have endowed a scholarship fund to commemorate the 50th anniversary of their graduation.

Promotion effort ups student participation in engagement survey

A campaign to increase participation of UWindsor students in the National Survey of Student Engagement helped to double this year’s response rate over the last survey.

The survey is held every three years, asking undergraduate students in their first and final years to share their experiences in and out of class, as well as their opinions on what works — and what needs work. This year, more than 58 per cent of eligible UWindsor students responded, just about double the 2014 response rate.