Karen Danylchuk will discuss “Internationalizing the Academy: Experiences and Challenges of Sport Management Supervisors and Students” on Friday.
Nominations for University of Windsor Employee Recognition Awards will close November 28.
Careers in the Environment, November 27, will provide information on educational and employment opportunities in environmental fields.
An iconic image of the campus, Dillon Hall bridges the UWindsor past to its future.
The Office of Public Affairs and Communications has added a 50th dimension to its array of holiday cards this year.
A chemist and her team of researchers have made a major stride forward in the race to make electronics that can bend and stretch.
A reception Friday honoured top science students.
UWindsor grad Lara MacMillan will promote her second album with a concert celebrating its release Saturday, November 23, at Mackenzie Hall.
Artist and musician Satch Hoyt will discuss his eclectic process in a free public presentation on campus Thursday.
Philosopher Marcello Guarini will present “Order Effects, Moral Cognition, and Intelligence” in a free public talk Thursday.
Business student Eric Mui won Monday’s DailyNews quiz contest and the prize of a beautiful stainless steel travel mug.
Faculty, staff, and retired members of the University of Windsor retirement pension plans are invited to attend the annual open pension meeting, Thursday, December 5, at 3 p.m. in room 104, Odette Building. Representatives from the University’s actuarial firm, Mercer, and the investment management firms will make presentations on the University’s retirement pension funds.
Pay parking is available in the Visitors Parking Lot D on the north-west corner of Sunset Avenue and Wyandotte Street.
A public forum Tuesday discussed local research into cancer, its prevention and treatment.
“The Parade of the Nutcrackers” is the theme of this year’s faculty and staff holiday luncheon, December 10 in Vanier Hall’s Winclare Room A.
St. Denis Hall was the site for varsity athletics prior to the 1981 construction of the St. Denis Athletic and Community Centre on south campus.
The Windsor-Essex County Health Unit will administer immunization at a free public flu vaccine clinic today in the CAW Student Centre’s Ambassador Auditorium.
All Ontario residents are eligible for the free vaccine, including out-of-province and international students and their families. Just bring identification proving Ontario residency, such as a health card, student card, or driver’s license. International students and their family members should be prepared to show a visa or passport.
The Organization of Part-time University Students invites students, faculty and alumni to its 11th annual Potluck Lunch today—Tuesday, November 19—in room 172, CAW Student Centre, from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m.
Bring a dish to feed 20 to 25 people, or just drop in. Organizers will provide a main dish and some beverages, including water and coffee. For more information, phone 519-253-3000, ext. 3603.
A Science Café discussion Wednesday will focus on new advances in the treatment of asthma.
University Day will see officials from campuses across the province converge on Queen’s Park today.
A celebration of the University’s 50th anniversary, Fall Festival will warm you inside and out, Wednesday in the Student Courtyard.