Welcome to the ScienceUWindsor@Home series – your peek into the off-campus lives of the ScienceUWindsor family.
With most of our faculty and staff working remotely, and students studying at home, the people who make up the Faculty of Science wanted to connect by sharing personal videos or photos featuring the things that bring them joy during these unusual times. It is a gives us a nice little insight into what our science family is up to – outside of the lab, out of the field and away from their desks.
Keep visiting as we add more stories - and one could be yours. If you are a member of the Faculty of Science family, whether a student, staff or faculty member, and you want to share a short video, or series of photos highlighting what brings you joy, send your story to Communications Coordinator Sara Elliott at firstname.lastname@example.org.
From breadmaking to camping – the ‘home series’ of Destination Science starts with your story.
Michelle Bondy is our go-to for student engagement and outreach. The Experiential Learning Specialist who works in the Dean's office as well as the School of the Environment relies on releasing endorphins through running (and a few oreos) to chill out at the end of the day.
Chemist-Baker-Educator Dr. Phil Dutton, shares his sourdough recipe with the world.
- Part 1 of 6: Starting the bread
- Part 2 of 6: Add salt water and fold
- Part 3 of 6: Transfer to Banneton rising basket
- Part 4 of 6: Into the oven we go
- Part 5 of 6: Out of the oven
- part 6 of 6: Crackling bread success
(Hint: if you play your cards right – rumour has it Dr. Dutton will share his beloved colony of microorganisms (aka starter) with a chosen few.)
Dr. Trevor Pitcher steps off the work treadmill to do a little millwork. Watch the Integrative Biology researcher from the Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Sciences, who is also Director of the Freshwater Restoration Ecology Centre, take time to build a desk with his daughter.
The School of the Environment’s Dr. Ken Drouillard who researchers at the Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research spends his down time canoeing and camping with his wife.
Dr. Drouillard's also collaborated with volunteers across Windsor and Essex County sewing masks for local healthcare workers to ensure their goods are top-notch.