News Releases

Three students smile while walking and talking outside of the University of Windsor's Toldo Lancer Centre.
Faculty of Law students
Oct 30th, 2023

WINDSOR, Ont. — The Court of Appeal for Ontario joined over 200 law students at the University of Windsor, Faculty of Law on Oct. 27 during their outreach program.   

The day featured many events where students interacted with the Judges of the Court. 

This included several breakout panel discussions on legal topics of interest, offering students and faculty members a chance to engage with Judges from the Court and delve into matters pertinent to students' legal education and prospective careers. 

University of Windsor statements
Jul 13th, 2024
Noor Jajo, a research assistant in Dr. Francesco Biondi’s Human Systems lab sits behind the wheel of a Tesla used in recent research into driver attentiveness in semi-autonomous vehicles.
Oct 24th, 2023

WINDSOR, Ont. — When it comes to semi-autonomous vehicles, regulators need to improve driver training, direct manufacturers to better record crashes, and fund more research into how drivers use the technology over long trips and in adverse weather, according to a new report by the University of Windsor’s Faculty of Human Kinetics.

Kinesiology professor Francesco Biondi studied 30 volunteers as they drove a 2022 Tesla Model 3 on Highway 401 to Chatham and back in both the manual and the L2 semi-autonomous modes.

Automotive components
Oct 23rd, 2023

WINDSOR, Ont. — The University of Windsor’s Continuing Education is launching a new online course aimed at empowering professionals to drive towards success in the auto industry. 

The Electric Vehicle Powertrain Systems course is structured to engage learners through real-world case studies and examples drawn from commercially available electric vehicles (EVs).  

Students in the Master of Sport Management and Leadership program participate in a lesson at Alumni Stadium.
Oct 16th, 2023

WINDSOR, Ont. — The University of Windsor's Master of Sport Management and Leadership has once again been named the best graduate program in sports business in all of Canada.

The recently released yearly ranking by SportBusiness, a global consulting and analysis firm which puts out a leading trade publication in the field, says the UWindsor program is not only the best in Canada, but among the best in the world.