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Scientists explore emerging issues in invasive species research

Hugh MacIsaac is among an international team of scientists examining the challenges and opportunities in store for invasive species research.

Fish consumption advisories fail to account for multiple contaminants, study finds

A UWindsor professor has found that consumption advisories in Ontario may need to cast a wider net to completely protect against toxic contaminants.

Award comes as honour to medical educators

Two members of the UWindsor faculty have been honoured for their work with students of the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry – Windsor Campus.

Science acknowledges dedication of graduate students

The first-ever Science Graduate Student Success Reception, April 5 in Vanier Hall, celebrated the accomplishments of science graduate students.

Saturday assembly to signal support for science

The March for Science, April 22 on Windsor’s waterfront, is one of more than 400 around the world.

Cultural contributions earn recognition for kinesiology student

Dancer and dance instructor Vabna Talukdar is the South Asian Centre of Windsor’s youth of the year for her cultural contributions.

Dinner to raise funds for new home of Canada South Science City

A benefit dinner April 28 will support Canada South Science City.

Biology student is a top finalist in national video contest

Lincoln Savi, a master’s student of biology, was a finalist in a national competition for his video on the changing song of a tropical wren.

Undergraduate student alliance honours students and faculty

Biology professor Dora Cavallo-Medved received the Excellence in Teaching Award from the University of Windsor Students’ Alliance.


Community to get update on state of local beaches at public meeting

A public meeting Wednesday will provide an update on the progress of a project to monitor sanitary conditions on Essex County’s recreational beaches.