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Reception honours employees for decades of service

A reception Wednesday honoured UWindsor employees with 10, 20, 30, and 40 years of service to the institution.

Math project to streamline company’s distribution network

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


UWindsor to host international computational fluid dynamics conference

Up to 80 experts in fluid dynamics from across Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom and Iran will meet in Windsor to discuss the latest in research and advancements for the 25th Annual Conference of the Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Society of Canada. UWindsor plays host to the conference June 18 to 20. “The applications of fluid dynamics are endless because you are talking about fluid flow in and around any space or object,” says Ronald Barron, mathematics professor and chair of the conference organizing committee.


Campus mourns death of retiree Ada Rowland

Campus flags will be lowered Friday, February 3, in memory of retiree Ada Rowland, who died January 28.


Actuarial Mathematics Information Session

  Actuarial Mathematics Information Session  Wednesday, November 1st, 2017 6:00-7:30 p.m. in Vaniel Hall, Rose Room University of Windsor Intended Audience: Math. & Stat. majors in first year through fourth year, graduate students and high school students, including those who are simply interested in knowing what an actuary is, and those who have passed actuarial exams and are applying for a job. First and second year students will learn what courses to take and when to begin to take the actuarial exams. Several people from Willis Towers Watson will be in attendance for this information session. Actuarial work involves mathematics related to risk, insurance, and pensions. The job of an actuary is rated among the top jobs in North America in terms of job satisfaction, salary, and working conditions. If you are interested in knowing more about the actuarial profession in general, or about Willis Towers Watson in particular, you are encouraged to attend. Willis Towers Watson is an international consulting company (primarily dealing with actuarial work), with a major center in Southfield, Michigan.  At least 20 alumni of the University of Windsor Math & Statistics program work at this location. For more information on actuarial study at the University of Windsor, contact Dr. M. Hlynka, 9114 L.T., 519-253-3000 (Ext. 3014), at hlynka@uwindsor.ca.  

Speaker to discuss math-promotion program

Veselin Jungic will discuss the Math Catcher Outreach Program, October 6 on the UWindsor campus.

Commitment and dedication earn honours for math major

Mathematics major Katherine Vrantsidis will receive the 2016 President’s Medal for her academic achievements and contributions to campus life.

Math students crunch numbers on undergrad experience

A retreat April 22 gave math students a chance to discuss the results of a survey on their experiences.

High schoolers explore science at UWindsor

34 high schoolers from across Windsor-Essex who spent a week in the Faculty of Science for short lectures, fun activities and lab exercises. 

2015 NSERC Discovery Competition results announced

More than $3.7 in Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) funding was announced yesterday, June 22, to support the work of 23 UWindsor researchers.