Graduate Students

Leddy Library’s hours of operation for the Fall term are now online. Leddy Library’s hours of operation for the Fall term are now online.

Leddy library announces Fall hours

Leddy Library has announced its hours of operation for the Fall term, including exams hours and holiday breaks.

Starting September 8, to Monday November 30, library hours will be:

  • Sunday, 10 a.m. to 2 a.m.
  • Monday to Thursday, 8 a.m. to 2 a.m.
  • Friday 8 a.m. to  midnight
  • Saturday 10 a.m. to midnight

Regular hours will be in effect for Study Week, October 10 to 18, and the library will be closed on October 12 for Thanksgiving.

Exams hours, effective Tuesday December 1 to Saturday, December 5 are:

During the fourth annual popsicle stick bridge building contest, third year Civil engineering student Laura Daniel made sure her team’s structure is placed correctly in a specially-built machine that measures the force applied as the structures are crusheDuring the fourth annual popsicle stick bridge building contest, third year Civil engineering student Laura Daniel made sure her team’s structure is placed correctly in a specially-built machine that measures the force applied as the structures are crushed.

Bridge-building competition provides students with real-world experience

Third-year civil engineering students built bridges out of popsicle sticks and glue that were strong enough to stand up to extreme load testing at the fourth annual popsicle stick bridge building contest on Tuesday

Traffic data to predict border delays: remote sensors counting trucks and cars crossing the Ambassador Bridge will be used to develop models to warn drivers of delays an hour or more in advance.Traffic data to predict border delays: remote sensors counting trucks and cars crossing the Ambassador Bridge will be used to develop models to warn drivers of delays an hour or more in advance.

Cross-Border Institute traffic data will predict border delays

Cross-Border Institute researchers say traffic data collected by remote sensors at the Canada-US border at the Ambassador Bridge will help to predict border delays. 

The CFI funded scanner will be used in various areas of biological and molecular research at UWindsor, including Phil Karpowicz’ work on circadian rhythms and how they affect an animal’s ability to heal injured tissue.The CFI funded scanner will be used in various areas of biological and molecular research at UWindsor, including Phil Karpowicz’ work on circadian rhythms and how they affect an animal’s ability to heal injured tissue.

CFI funded scanner aids in study of circadian rhythm’s tie to healing

A CFI grant will help UWindsor purchase a sophisticated scanner that creates high resolution digital images of animal tissue, aiding in the study of how cells heal damaged tissue. 

Fourth-year Computer Science student Curtis Collard presented his Community Health program during the Entrepreneurship Practice and Innovation Centre Founders Demo Day, July 31.Fourth-year Computer Science student Curtis Collard presented his Community Health program during the Entrepreneurship Practice and Innovation Centre Founders Demo Day, July 31.

Students bring ideas to fruition at EPIC Demo Day

Visitors to the Entrepreneurship Practice and Innovation Centre (EPICentre) Founders Demo Day had the opportunity to get a first glimpse of business start-up ideas and chat with their creators.

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Mechanical engineering students Spencer West (r.) and Celena Lazzarin (l.) and their team of Matthew Brisson, Evan Freeman-Gibb, and Michael Keegan showcased their acoustically improved room a part of their Capstone presentation, July 31.Mechanical engineering students Spencer West (r.) and Celena Lazzarin (l.) and their team of Matthew Brisson, Evan Freeman-Gibb, and Michael Keegan showcased their acoustically improved room a part of their Capstone presentation, July 31.

Engineering team acoustically tunes a room

An engineering team improves the acoustics of a room at the Centre for Engineering Innovation as part of their graduation project.