Emily Prevost will represent Lancer women’s basketball in the Ontario University Athletics all-star game on Saturday, April 29.
DailyNews will begin its summer publishing schedule next week, moving to three issues a week.
Students from Massey high school spent Thursday at the Centre for Engineering Innovation, competing to design and construct the best model bridge.
The University of Windsor will lower campus flags Friday in observance of the International Day of Mourning for Workers Killed or Injured on the Job.
Margaret Atwood will read from and sign her works during an appearance on the UWindsor campus Thursday, May 11.
Civil engineering classmates of 1977 reunited April 22 at the University of Windsor, 40 years after leaving the campus as new graduates.
The May Day after party, Monday, May 1, will open the 2017 MayWorks festival.
Monday, May 1, is the RSVP deadline for the 2017 Clark Awards banquet.
A benefit dinner April 28 will support Canada South Science City.
System maintenance in the early-morning hours from April 27 to May 5 will result in some service outages, reports IT Services.
Hugh MacIsaac is among an international team of scientists examining the challenges and opportunities in store for invasive species research.
A campaign to increase participation of UWindsor students in the National Survey of Student Engagement helped to double this year’s response rate over the last survey.
The survey is held every three years, asking undergraduate students in their first and final years to share their experiences in and out of class, as well as their opinions on what works — and what needs work. This year, more than 58 per cent of eligible UWindsor students responded, just about double the 2014 response rate.
A UWindsor professor has found that consumption advisories in Ontario may need to cast a wider net to completely protect against toxic contaminants.
The World Health Innovation Network and the Cross-Border Health Foundation will collaborate on policy papers, research and education opportunities.
File those forms: the Finance department reminds faculty and staff to send in claims for expenses before the end of the fiscal year.
The University has purchased a new app to help students register and then participate in the Head Start program and Welcome Week.
The Campus Bookstore and University Print Shop will conduct their annual inventory Friday, April 28.
Campus flags will be lowered Wednesday, April 26, in memory of retiree Valori Lachapelle, who died April 22.
Doctoral student Saeideh Salimpour will receive a $2,500 scholarship from the Ontario Society of Professional Engineers.
A UWindsor psychology prof and his students will discuss mental wellness and self-care at a forum Tuesday on refugee, newcomer and immigrant health.