Brent Lee

Performance to present compositions by UWindsor music instructor

New media works by UWindsor music instructor David Litke are on the program for in/fuse 16, Thursday, March 21, at 7:30 p.m. in Lambton Tower’s basement Studio A.

The free event will feature guest artists Krista Vincent and Aaron Hodgson, as well as Sigi Torinus, Martin Schiller, Trevor Pittman, David Litke, Brent Lee, Aaron Eichler and Nic de Cosson.

Trip west provides awesome experience for aspiring filmmaker

Editor’s note: This is one in a series of articles about students who were involved in cool research, scholarly and creative activities during their summer break from classes.

Some people who travel through the Canadian prairies may describe their spaces as mundane, but to a young camera man with a vivid imagination and a desire for visual stimulation, the wide open west provides a bounty of opportunity.

Music festival goes downtown to get phunky

The Windsor Canadian Music Festival will bring music students downtown for the Phog Phunk Phest, a jam session at Phog Lounge on Wednesday, February 8 at 10 p.m.

The Take 4 series will take the form of a composers’ roundtable featuring David Eagle, Keith Hamel, James Harley, Christien Ledroit and Brent Lee discussing their work and inspiration Wednesday at 4 p.m. in the Recital Hall, Music Building.

Composers to discuss their work and inspiration

UWindsor music professor Brent Lee is one of the featured composers at the 16th annual Windsor Canadian Music Festival who will join in a roundtable discussion of their work on Wednesday, February 8.

Besides Lee, the discussion will include David Eagle, Keith Hamel , James Harley and Christien Ledroit. It begins at 4 p.m. in the Music Building’s Recital Hall, room 139. It is free and open to the public.


Welcome event to open Windsor Canadian Music Festival

The 16th annual Windsor Canadian Music Festival, a collaboration between the University of Windsor School of Music and Windsor Symphony Orchestra, starts today, as artistic advisor Brent Lee provides an overview at 4 p.m. in the Music Building’s Recital Hall.


Electronic form to streamline employee tuition waiver application process

An electronic application tool currently in development will simplify the process of applying under the Tuition Remission Benefit Program for faculty and staff, says Cheryl Paglione, associate director of pensions, benefits and HR systems in the Department of Human Resources.

She calls the eTuitionWaiver part of the department’s ongoing commitment to provide the highest quality and most effective levels of service delivery. While the electronic application will not be available until later in the school year, applicants will already see one benefit.