The Office of the Vice-President, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion is sponsoring Emancipation Jubilee activities this weekend.
UWindsor computer science grad Navneet Chhajer will teach the Continuing Education course “Web Management for E-Commerce.”
Workstations with the Windows 7 operating system are blocked from UWindsor networks as part of planned security enhancements.
The Lancer fastpitch club will hold tryouts Sept. 6 to 9.
Register today for the free public presentation “Imagining Learning, Post Pandemic,” Thursday, Aug. 5.
The Continuing Education course “Introduction to Microsoft Excel” dives into fundamentals of the spreadsheet program.
The Women’s Basketball Alumni and Friends Golf Tournament will raise funds for Lancer student-athletes.
The student centre is open to guests Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The Windsor Engineering summer newsletter highlights research and activities by faculty and students.
Human Resources offers suggestions to help re-establish ties with people you have fallen out of touch over the past year.
Students from Windsor Law will work alongside those from OCAD in a new online course in intellectual property literacy for creative entrepreneurs.
Kinesiology professor Anthony Bain warns that extreme summer heat can cause cardiovascular stress.
There is limited space remaining in some August sessions of the free Lancer Engineering Summer Camps.
A new customs portal will streamline deliveries to campus from outside of Canada.
Nadia Gill’s proposal to destigmatize ADHD received recognition in a national competition to address challenges to people with disabilities.
“WIFF Under the Stars” will screen a documentary on the local history of the Underground Railroad as part of an outdoor film festival this weekend.
UWindsor executive chef Paolo Vasapolli is the subject of a profile on the website of Ontario’s Culinary Tourism Alliance.