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Lois Smedick Humanities Research Group Endowment

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"Why Humanities?"

  

The Humanities Research Group promotes research in all disciplines in the humanities.  It seeks to promote communication and exchange of ideas among these and other disciplines, and to promote research and communication across the faculty and across the University.  HRG typically supports events which have other supporting partners, and we welcome partnerships locally, regionally, within our nation and beyond in support of our mandate.

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Congratulations to our HRG student Ambassadors

Logan Carmichael and Ayesha Mian Akram

Congratulations to Logan Carmichael receipent of the 2017 President’s Medal

http://www.uwindsor.ca/dailynews/2017-05-29/wide-range-enthusiasms-earns-notice-graduand

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Congratulations to Ayesha Mian Akram SSHRC Top Research Story Teller

http://www.sshrc-crsh.gc.ca/news_room-salle_de_presse/latest_news-nouvelles_recentes/2017/final_five-cinq_grands_gagnants-eng.aspx


Congratulations to Competion Winners and Finalists

1st prize - Layale Bazzi (Physics) free tuition for a semester, courtest of the Presidents Office

2nd prize - Alexa DiCecco (BA, Arts & Science) WIFF all access pass

3rd Prize - Abrial Cooke (BA, Arts & Science) 4 WIFF tickets

4th prize - Victoria Pedri (Honours Psychology with Thesis and Sociology) A pair of WIFF tickets

5th prize - Andrew Dean (Liberal and Professional Studies) A pair of WIFF tickets

Honourable mention for her poem - Marisa Bordonars (English Literature and Creative Writing) Ticket to WIFF

 



Celebrating Student Research and Engagement

Brandin Glos, Lisette Gagnon, Claire Zimmerman, Kirthana Sasitharan, Lina Chaker, Amy Kwan, Bibi Hijab Balkhi, Sheza Kurshid, Kurt Powell, Kayla Dettinger, Salma Abumeeiz, Kyle Lariviere, Tyler Pickel, Lauren Miceli and Sean Antaya

Read more about our Celebration of Student Research and Engagement honourees in this Windsor Star article.