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Students to get hands-on with forensics at Friday conference

The fourth annual Trends in Forensic Sciences conference will look into the science behind crime, April 7 on the UWindsor campus.

Campus community radio touts relationship with journalism program

Digital journalism students who produce the 30 News — Radio Edition on CJAM will receive the station’s volunteers of the year award Friday.

Voices of Windsor women to sound out in film

The students of Studio 2 will screen their documentary film Her Windsor, at the Pitt-Ferry Building on Friday, March 31.

Dinner honours top students in arts, humanities and social sciences

The Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences celebrated the successes of its honour students at a dinner Tuesday.

Radio program to provide outlet for digital journalism students

Host Ashley Quinton will feature the work of digital journalism students on the30news - Radio Edition, debuting today on CJAMfm.

Conference to explore issues of survival in post-apocalyptic world

A conference opening October 28 on the UWindsor campus asks what society would be without government, emergency services, military, or commerce.

Friday conference to look at crime-fighting sciences

The Trends in Forensic Science conference will be held Friday in Ambassador Auditorium.

Digital journalism students to premiere documentary on poverty

A documentary by digital journalism students exploring local poverty will enjoy a public premiere Sunday.

Cross-disciplinary programs to be overseen by academic faculties

Because interdisciplinarity has become so thoroughly integrated across campus, the University no longer needs dedicated body to administer inter-faculty programs, provost Douglas Kneale said Thursday in announcing that programs currently housed in the Centre for Inter-Faculty Programs will be administered by the faculties of education; science; and arts, humanities, and social sciences. The programs themselves will continue in their present form, Dr. Kneale wrote in a message to the campus community, but effective May 1:

Mobile production unit allows journalism students to expand their reach

Grants from the Blackburn Foundation and the Strategic Priority Fund enabled the digital journalism program to launch a mobile production unit.