A UWindsor student will emcee and a member of the Polish senate will deliver the keynote at Friday’s Polish-Canadian Society Business Dinner.
Organizers of the Kinesiology Food Drive hope to beat last year’s total of 5,100 items donated to the Downtown Mission.
Elizabeth Dowdeswell, lieutenant governor of Ontario, speaks to the opening plenary of the State of the Strait conference, Tuesday in Vanier Hall.
The Campus Bookstore has stocked all-cotton sweater embroidered with the University of Windsor name.
Canadian Blood Services will host donor clinics on campus the next two days.
The Celebration of Teaching Excellence will recognize winners of teaching awards today in the Alumni Auditorium.
Key Control will close Wednesday, Nov. 20, for staff training.
UWindsor researchers John Trant and Dana Ménard say their review of academic lab safety paints a troubling picture.
The University Players production of “Beauty and the Beast” brings the classic tale to life with breathtaking movement and music.
A Community of Practice event organized by the Office of Open Learning promises the Scandinavian comforts of winter on Friday, Nov. 22.
Final projects by students in the Queer Activism course are displayed in the Leddy Library through November.
UWindsor president Robert Gordon will conduct an official lighting of the festive tree in the student centre at noon Thursday, Nov. 21.
Jozef Zajac will discuss “Generalized Regression Methods with Applications,” on Monday, Nov. 25.
A free class for UWindsor employees will instruct them in the basics of the University’s website content management system.
Canadian Blood Services will hold a donor clinic Wednesday from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. in the CAW Student Centre Commons.
UWindsor grad Kael Sharman is the guest speaker at the Transgender Day of Remembrance, Nov. 20 in Vanier Hall.
The Organization of Part-time University Students invites students, faculty, and alumni to its potluck luncheon on Thursday, Nov. 21.
UWindsor will host the State of the Strait conference on ecosystem health in the Detroit River and western Lake Erie, Tuesday in Vanier Hall.
Rapper Rich the Kid will headline the WinterFest concert, hosted by the University of Windsor Students’ Alliance, Jan. 25 in the St. Denis Centre.
The Campus Bookstore will pay the taxes on purchases by UWindsor faculty and staff this week.