The Engineering Outreach Program at the University of Windsor invites students and teachers in Windsor and Essex County to learn more about the world of engineering and its diverse career opportunities.
The program offers high school classroom visits and numerous hands-on activities related to specific areas of engineering; visits to our lab facilities; and tours of the Ed Lumley Centre For Engineering Innovation (CEI), in addition to industry visits.
Engineering Outreach activities and events fill up quickly, so please continue to check this website and the UWindsor Engineering social media pages for future events as they become available during the year.
The Engineering Outreach Program is free for all participants. Learn more about our programs below.
Sponsored by the Ontario Network of Women in Engineering, Go ENG Girl is an opportunity for Grade 7 to 10 girls and their guardians to visit campus and learn from female professionals, academics and students who are excelling in engineering.
The free event features hands-on activities and informative parent sessions
Learn more about Go ENG Girl.
Go CODE Girl provides an opportunity for girls in Grades 7 to 11 to learn about the exciting world of coding and software development, and discover opportunities in computing and engineering fields.
In partnership with the Ontario Network for Women in Engineering (ONWIE), the University of Windsor's Faculty of Engineering hosts a free annual Go CODE Girl event in Windsor.
Learn more about Go CODE Girl.
The University of Windsor's Engineering Coding (CodENG) event provides an exciting opportunity for Windsor and Essex County students in Grades 6 to 8 to learn about the exciting world of coding and software development and discover opportunities in engineering.
Learn more about CodENG.
Windsor and Essex-County Girl Guide troops have the opportunity to earn three engineering and science badges while exploring both fields through hands-on activities.
Learn more about Girl Guide Badge Day.
UWindsor Engineering invites children ages 8 to 12 to take part in hands-on engineering activities at the university's engineering summer camp.
Participants will be introduced to a variety of engineering related concepts, including aerodynamics, forces and motion, fluid dynamics, material strength, and the design process.
Learn more about Lancer Engineering Summer Camps.
The University of Windsor Faculty of Engineering Outreach Team invites elementary school students to learn more about engineering while taking part in hands-on activities through its new virtual UWindsor Engineering Saturdays series.
Students can use a computer to join the FREE virtual sessions from anywhere by signing into the University of Windsor’s Engineering Outreach Virtual Classroom Blackboard site. This is the official platform used by the University of Windsor for online learning.
Learn more about UWindsor Engineering Saturdays.
The University of Windsor Faculty of Engineering Outreach Team has developed a range of hands-on activities for students in Grades K to 12 that focus on engineering and STEM-based learning.
Learn more about UWindsor Engineering's STEM Activities.
The University of Windsor's Faculty of Engineering Outreach Program offers virtual information sessions and workshops for high school students enrolled in Specialist High Skills Major (SHSM) classes that help them fulfill requirements for SHSM classes. SHSM Teachers are encouraged to sign up their classes to participate.
Events may be cancelled or postponed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Please contact WINONE@uwindsor.ca for more information.
To book an activity for your classes or for additional information, please contact:
Engineering Outreach Coordinator
Faculty of Engineering
The University of Windsor
(519) 253-3000 ext. 2578