Clarinetist Tomi Xhelili won the 2020 Ianni scholarship competition.
The Pollinators tells of bees by the billions making America’s food supply possible.
A team of students from the Odette School of Business won the Battle on Bay case competition.
A recording of Friday’s service in memory of five members of the UWindsor community killed in a Jan. 8 plane crash is available for viewing online.
Reach is an online peer advising program designed to provide academic support to first- and second-year FAHSS students.
Friends and colleagues gathered Friday for a memorial service dedicated to the victims of the Jan. 8 plane crash in Tehran.
A session Monday, Jan. 20, will provide information on the research commercialization program Lab2Market.
Law professor Sujith Xavier won a case before the Supreme Court of Canada that will alter how courts oversee decisions of administrative bodies.
Cliffe Knechtle of “Give Me an Answer” will address questions about Christianity at two public events on the UWindsor campus this week.
A campus service Friday will mourn five members of the UWindsor community who died in a plane crash Jan. 8 in Tehran.
A session Jan. 16 in the Collaboratory will consult students, faculty, staff, and community partners on changes to Leddy Library.
A visiting scholar at GLIER, John Hartig has published a piece in Toronto Waterfront Magazine about the cleanup of the Toronto Harbour.
Food Services will offer more lunch choices for Meatless Mondays starting Jan. 13.
Organizers of the Celebration of Nations invite student volunteers to register by Feb. 1.
The Entrepreneurship Practice and Innovation Centre (EPICentre) has joined a consortium to support social enterprises in the tri-county region.
Track and field heads up a weekend of Lancer competition.
A panel will discuss the impact and implications of the growing number of international students in Windsor-Essex Jan. 23.
Members of the University community were saddened to learn this week of the Jan. 3 death of Mary Olivia Rohmer, wife of 72 years to former chancellor Richard Rohmer, who served in the role from 1978 to 1989 and again from 1996 to 1997.
A native of Windsor, she taught elementary school and held volunteer positions with the Royal Ontario Museum.
Funeral services are scheduled for Saturday, Jan. 11, in Collingwood. Find details in her obituary online.
At least five members of the UWindsor student and research community appear on the passenger list of a plane which crashed Jan. 8 in Iran.
IT Services will introduce two changes to authentication for access to campus networks later this month.