Physics professor Chitra Rangan is this year’s winner of the Educational Leadership Award.
UWindsor research will be featured in a virtual exhibit of the International Day of Light.
Physics professor Chitra Rangan will represent Canada at the inaugural celebration of the International Day of Light, May 16 in Paris, France.
A workshop on campus Friday, March 3, will introduce a suite of tools used to develop engaging and accessible online content for STEM courses.
A free public lecture Friday will address the increasing pressures placed on universities, and their relevance in today’s shifting society.
A commitment to optimizing student interest in physics has won UWindsor professor Chitra Rangan the 2015 Canadian Association of Physicists (CAP) Medal for Excellence in Teaching Undergraduate Physics.
UWindsor physics students took some of the top honours at the annual congress of the Canadian Association of Physicists.
Most people probably don’t give it a lot of thought, but physics plays a major role in their everyday lives, according to graduate student Theresa Spanjers. However, teaching its more daunting modern concepts at the high school level can be a challenging task, even for some of the best educators.
It’s a simple experiment used to demonstrate some basic laws of physics, but the “fire tornado” was just cool enough to catch the attention of producers at the Discovery Channel planning to air a segment about a nationwide celebration of science.