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Board members of Camp Cherith thank UWindsor engineering studentsBoard members of Camp Cherith (standing) thank UWindsor engineering students Lauren Ramirez, Anne Baker, Karla Gorospe, and Rachel Muir for their help in fighting erosion of the camp’s grounds. (Not pictured: Kwame Afrani and Mike Kadhim.)

Engineering students honoured for helping Walkerton camp mitigate riverbank erosion

A team of engineering students has designed a structure that will help protect a children’s camp from erosion on the banks of the Saugeen River.

Priscilla Williams displays her research on climate change and the Great Lakes.Priscilla Williams, a PhD candidate in civil and environmental engineering, displays her research on climate change and the Great Lakes in the Centre for Engineering Innovation.

Engineering students posit climate change responses

UWindsor engineering students are bracing for a wetter future created by climate change by examining and improving the design of local water systems.