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The Tea Party's Jeff Burrows performs at the Horse Shoe Tavern in Toronto while wearing one of Dr. Nadia Azar's BodyMedia Armbands. (Photo courtesy of Adrienne Jones/UWindsor)The Tea Party's Jeff Burrows performs at the Horse Shoe Tavern in Toronto while wearing one of Dr. Nadia Azar's BodyMedia Armbands. (Photo courtesy of Adrienne Jones/UWindsor)

Drummers wanted for online survey

Nadia Azar is looking for the particulars on the perils of being a percussionist.

The UWindsor associate professor of kinesiology has launched an online survey for drummers of all levels to gather information on playing-related pain and problems.

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UWinsite Finance webpageUWinsite Finance prepares to launch February 1.

UWinsite Finance training to start soon

Free training and demonstration sessions will familiarize UWindsor faculty and staff with UWinsite Finance as it prepares to launch February 1.

The University of Windsor is in the process of transitioning from its current FIS to the new UWinsite Finance.The University of Windsor is in the process of transitioning from its current FIS to the new UWinsite Finance.

UWinsite Finance Transition Plan: Reminder

UWinsite Finance, the financial information system replacing the University’s current FIS, will go live on Thursday, Feb. 1, 2018.

As part of preparations for the launch of UWinsite Finance, a full transition plan has been developed. The plan requires certain financial services to pause this month to allow for the clean cutover of data.

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UWindsor President Alan Wildeman talks to a class on their first day in the new School of Creative Arts in downtown Windsor.UWindsor President Alan Wildeman talks to a class on their first day in the new School of Creative Arts in downtown Windsor.

School of Creative Arts comes to life in downtown Windsor

January 4, 2018 marked a historic moment for students, faculty and staff at UWindsor’s School of Creative Arts.

Over the last four years, the late-19th-century Romanesque structure in the city’s downtown core reverberated with the frenzied sounds of construction.

But on Thursday, the notes from students practising piano and lectures by professors in classrooms drifted up to fill the lofty Windsor Armouries.

“So many people contributed to this project and now seeing it come to life is pretty incredible,” said University of Windsor President Alan Wildeman.