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UWindsor sister-school program 'life-changing' for local principal

On a rainy Tuesday evening, educators at Talbot Trail Public School sat in a semi-circle and fixed their gaze on a screen in the library. Seven geometric shapes of various colours lay scattered in front of each person while on the other side of the world, educators in Chongqing, China began a lesson on Grade 2 arithmetic. “This has been a life-changing experience for us,” said Talbot Trail principal Chris Mills. “We are able to learn what works over there and they are learning what works over here.”

Engineering professor wins royal accolade

UWindsor professor Hoda ElMaraghy has won election to the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences.

Print shop offering 50 per cent bonus on copies

The University Print Shop is running a “buy 100 copies, get 50 free” promotion next week to celebrate Canada’s sesquicentennial.

Math project to streamline company’s distribution network

A partnership with a wholesale product distributor is providing real-world experience to mathematics students.

Video instructs students on registering for classes

A “How to Register” video will help students through the class registration process.

Teaching assistants honoured by national council of psychology educators

Three UWindsor graduate students have received Awards of Excellence from the Canadian Council of Departments of Psychology.

National symbols subject of quiz contest

A Canada 150 T-shirt is up for grabs in today’s DailyNews trivia contest.

Deadline approaching for Welcome Week event proposals

Proposals for Welcome Week events are due Friday, June 30, for inclusion in promotional materials.

UWindsor students confront illegal trade in rhino horn

It is so coveted that it’s worth more than its weight in gold. Its intended use has long been proven ineffectual, and yet the demand is contributing to the obliteration of a species. The illegal trade of rhinoceros horn in Africa is fraught with controversy and two University of Windsor business students have become engrossed in the issue. “It’s just not fair to these animals,” said master of business administration student Fred Wilkins.

Charity party will school 10 orphans

Professor Siyaram Pandey’s mango party will support the education of 10 orphaned children in India, Kenya, and Tanzania.