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Brewery tour to explore the biology behind beer

A tour of the Walkerville Brewery on August 26 will explore the microbiology of beer.


Campus mourns death of retired economics professor Ralph Kolinski

Campus flags will be lowered Thursday, August 17, in memory of retired economics professor Ralph Kolinski, who died July 25. Dr. Kolinski joined the University of Windsor faculty in 1966 as a lecturer with tenure, promoted to assistant professor in 1968 and associate professor in 1972. He accepted an appointment as head of the Department of Economics in 2001 and held this position until his retirement in 2006.

Researchers converge on Windsor for 2017 Canada-China Water Science Workshop

Buried beneath the surface of China’s plateau lakes could lie the solutions to some of the challenges currently facing the Great Lakes. It’s one of the topics that will be discussed in Windsor this week at the 2017 Canada-China Water Science Workshop hosted by the University of Windsor’s Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research.

UWindsor researchers take wing at ornithological conference

UWindsor researchers made an impressive contribution to an international ornithological conference at last week, says one of its organizers.

Methane can naturally contaminate groundwater, researchers find

Professor Scott Mundle is part of a research team that has found methane can migrate through shale to contaminate groundwater naturally.

Alumnae bring home Canada150 science exhibition

UWindsor science grads Ashley Turner and Melissa Mathers are back in town this week with the Power of Ideas Tour exhibit.

UWindsor prof digs into rare earth metals

A University of Windsor professor travelled across the globe this summer to dig into the origins of rare metals in the Earth’s crust. Iain Samson, a professor in the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences, ventured to China for three weeks to teach and conduct fieldwork. Dr. Samson began the trip by teaching a short course to researchers and graduate students on metals and fluids in hydrothermal systems at the China University of Geosciences Beijing (CUGB) on June 23.

Internship opportunities open doors, says experiential learner

An internship turned into a job offer from Canada’s largest telecommunications company for Master of Applied Computing student Vinay Saraf.

Great Lakes scientists identify research challenges

A scientist from the University of Windsor, in partnership with other researchers in the United States, have identified the five main challenges facing research in the Great Lakes.

Bench to commemorate late staffer

The university community is invited to a ceremony Monday dedicating a bench to the memory of Dorey Lafreniere.