Philosophy professor Jeff Noonan will lecture on “Eating, Working, Laughing: Embodied Humanist Values for the 21st Century,” Thursday, Nov. 24.
A virtual gathering of family, friends, and colleagues May 5 honoured Mary Lou Dietz Equity Leadership Award recipient Catherine Hundleby.
A world without jobs would undermine the relationships that make our lives meaningful, says philosophy professor Jeff Noonan.
A lecture Wednesday will posit a conception of the human good from its embodied, mortal, and sensuous nature
Philosophy professor Jeff Noonan and photographer Douglas MacLellan will launch their collaborative work “A Moral History of Objects” on Tuesday.
A reception Wednesday, April 18, will launch philosophy professor Jeff Noonan’s book, Embodiment and the Meaning of Life.
Officials from the University of Windsor and the Windsor University Faculty Association formally signed their collective agreement Thursday.
A free public gathering will mark World Philosophy Day on Thursday, November 16.