To understand how truly unique our faculty members are, look no further than Biology Professor Sherah VanLaerhoven. Dr. VanLaerhoven, recently voted one of Canada's "Top 40 Under 40," is one of only two forensic entomologists in Canada. She was the nation's first researcher to publish findings on how insects can help homicide investigators estimate the time of death.
But VanLaerhoven is much more than a world-renowned scholar and groundbreaking researcher. She created the undergraduate Honours Bachelor of Forensic Science and Honours Bachelor of Arts in Forensics—two popular Inter-Faculty majors at UWindsor—and is designing a new graduate program in Forensic Science.
At the University of Windsor, there are hundreds of professors like VanLaerhoven. They are world-renowned experts, cutting-edge researchers and patient, caring teachers. Every UWindsor alumnus tells a story about the professor who inspired them to choose their major, who guided them through a challenging project and who, after it was all over, became a life-long friend.
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