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Odette announces World Health Innovation Network Team

Anne Snowdon, Chair of the Odette School of Business’s recently established World Health Innovation Network (WIN), has announced the appointment of seven team members who will be tasked with forging new ground in the advance of Canadian/U.S. health system innovation.

UWindsor colours outside the lines with Cartoonist-in-Residence

UWindsor’s Writer-in-Residence program is shifting gears this fall with the introduction of its first Cartoonist-in-Residence, Scott Chantler, who will take his post in September. UWindsor is thought to be the first Canadian university to step into the realm of cartoon study with its Writer-in-Residence program.

UWindsor’s Odette School of Business Announces World Health Innovation Network

The Odette School of Business at the University of Windsor is pleased to announce the launch of the Odette World Health Innovation Network (WIN). Led by world-renowned health thought leader, Dr. Anne Snowdon, WIN will be the first Canadian health innovation centre with formal ties to the U.S., building collaborative partnerships between the two countries to advance health system innovation that will provide innovators and entrepreneurs access to the complete North American health market,.

Federal grants announced to support science and engineering research

Twenty-three UWindsor researchers received a total of more than $3.7 million in funding today from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) as part of NSERC’s 2015 Discovery grants, scholarships and fellowships competition.

NSERC funding will support UWindsor research in biology; chemistry and biochemistry; earth sciences; computer sciences; mathematics and statistics; civil and environmental engineering; electrical and computer engineering; and mechanical, automotive and materials engineering.

TD to green downtown campus

Artist's rendering of TD Chatham St. Parkette

(Windsor, Ontario, Tuesday, June 2, 2015) ­­– UWindsor today announced an $850,000 gift from TD Bank Group that will enhance and expand urban green space as part of the university’s downtown campus project, providing an oasis for both students and the community. Mark Chauvin, Group Head and Chief Risk Officer, TD, and Alan Wildeman, UWindsor President and Vice-Chancellor, today announced the re-named TD Chatham Street Parkette, located on the campus’ north boundary.

UWindsor ranked among greenest in North America

Green University Campus

(Windsor, Ontario, May 26, 2014) ­­– UWindsor was among five Canadian universities ranked among the greenest in North america this week by the Princeton Review’s Guide to 353 Green Colleges.

Institutions were scored based on such factors as healthy, sustainable quality of student life on campus; environmentally responsible school policies; and how well students are being prepared for employment in an increasingly green economy.

Among specific areas of scrutiny were:

Mogyorody celebrated for inspired teaching

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(Windsor, Ontario, May 22, 2014) ­­– An associate professor in the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences has been named among five outstanding post-secondary educators to receive the 2015 Brightspace Innovation Award in Teaching and Learning.

Veronika Mogyorody was honoured by the Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (STLHE) and Desire to Learn (D2L), an eLearning solutions provider, for her innovative, thought provoking and impactful teaching and learning practices. Brightspace is an international integrated learning platform provider.

UWindsor 2.0 President Wildeman’s vision for the future

(Windsor, Ontario, Monday, March 9, 2015) ­­– University President and Vice-Chancellor Alan Wildeman unveiled his vision for UWindsor 2.0 during an address to the campus community today.

“I truly believe that we have the potential to be a university of exceptional distinction.  Our complex blend of programs, our diverse and international character, and the grittiness and passion that is embedded in our history and our present, are all exceptional strengths,” Dr. Wildeman said.