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Irek Kusmierczyk, Anneke Smit, Patricia Galvão-Ferreira, Christopher WatersWindsor-Tecumseh MP Irek Kusmierczyk announced $125,000 in funding through the Climate Action Fund to Windsor Law, represented by professors Anneke Smit, Patricia Galvão-Ferreira, and dean Chris Waters.

Local action on climate change subject of youth workshop

A three-day workshop starting March 8 will give youth tools for working towards climate action in their communities.

Girl Guides assembling model of human body More than 60 local Girl Guides earned recycling, bodyworks and physics badges by completing hands-on activities Saturday at the University of Windsor.

Windsor Girl Guides explore science and engineering at UWindsor

More than 60 local Girl Guides earned recycling, bodyworks and physics badges by completing hands-on activities Saturday at the University of Windsor.

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David Tran, Ruoshi (Rose) Zhao, Amal Ghamrawi and Tania FaraUWindsor environmental engineering students David Tran, Ruoshi (Rose) Zhao, Amal Ghamrawi and Tania Fara, finished fourth in the Water Environment Federation’s Student Design Competition, September 27 in Chicago.

Wastewater strategy leads UWindsor team to fourth-place finish in North American competition

A team of UWindsor environmental engineering students finished fourth in the Water Environment Federation’s Student Design Competition.

Day of activities demonstrates fun side to engineering

Spending a day in the Centre for Engineering Innovation helped convince Dilshan Pieris that the subject could be fun.

“We crash-tested crumple zones for some remote control trucks and built bridges out of popsicle sticks,” he said. “Engineering is more interesting after today!”

Pieris was one of about 100 grade 11 students of academic and enriched science at Vincent Massey Secondary School to participate in the all-day experience Friday, May 25.

Forum to introduce high school students to engineering

The Faculty of Engineering will host an open house to welcome prospective students and their parents on Thursday, January 5.

Assistant dean Edwin Tam and a panel of past and present students will discuss the five academic programs, the new Centre for Engineering Innovation, and opportunities for scholarships and work experience.

High school students in attendance can enter a draw for $500 towards tuition at Windsor engineering.

It all begins at 6 p.m. at the University of Windsor / Chrysler Canada Automotive Research & Development Centre, 3939 Rhodes Drive.

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