IT Services will upgrade student email accounts from UWin Gmail to Outlook.
The relationships, complexities, and contradictions in the life of cultural commodities associated with sport are the subject of a free public lecture Friday, Dec. 13, on the UWindsor campus.
Steve Jackson — a professor in the School of Physical Education at the University of Otago, New Zealand — will present “Sport and the Commodification of Social Life” at 1:30 p.m. in room 145, Human Kinetics Building.
The Campus Bookstore is offering a bargain on sweats: shirts and pants for just $24.95 each.
Distribution Services advises that departments may experience delays in mail delivery and collection.
Grad Pamela Nadin-McIntyre is the innovation lead for Canada’s largest independent crude oil and natural gas producer.
The Community of Practice session Friday will see a call for proposals for grants to support work across the open, online, and technology-enhanced teaching continuum.
The Windsor University Retirees’ Association has expanded its membership criteria to include retired non-union managers and administrators.
The Office of Human Rights, Equity, and Accessibility will hold its annual Awards and Open House reception Friday, Dec. 13.
The Organization of Part-time University Students is collecting donations to the Student Food Bank through Tuesday, Dec. 17.
A UWindsor chemist is working to design a nanoscopic implant that can slowly release medication and self-destruct when it’s done.
Teams from 14 high schools joined the Secondary School Computer Programming Competition, hosted by the School of Computer Science on Friday.
Submit United Way pledge forms by Friday, Dec. 13, to facilitate payroll deduction to begin in the new year.
The new series of UWindsor Weight Watchers at Work meetings starts Jan. 9.
The latest issue of the Faculty of Engineering’s annual magazine is available on its website.
A $9.1 million research project will help ensure the sustainability of freshwater fish stocks in Canada for generations to come.
Out of the box thinking helped a class of engineering students create functional furniture out of cardboard.
Windsor Law has launched a campaign to raise funds for the re-imagining of its home.
The University of Windsor libraries will launch the Omni search tool in the new year.
The Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences has been renamed the School of the Environment.
Carlin Miller and Tom Najem won honours Thursday at the Faculty of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences year-end reception.