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Douglas Kneale congratulates Veronika MogyorodyProvost Douglas Kneale congratulates Veronika Mogyorody of the School of Creative Arts, recipient of a 3M Teaching Fellowship. Dr. Mogyorody points to a monitor patching in her mother through Skype for the ceremony.

Excelling nationally and provincially: UWindsor celebrates teaching award winners

Hundreds gathered November 16 to honour award-winning UWindsor instructors at the Celebration of Teaching Excellence.

Dave AndrewsDave Andrews works on a laptop in his office in the Human Kinetics building. The kinesiology professor is looking for participants for a study to help identify ergonomic risk factors associated with mobile device use.

Mobile device users needed for ergonomics research

A UWindsor ergonomics researcher wants to know if working on cellphones, tablets and laptop computer is harmful to users.

Video provides record of conference on teaching and learning

More than 250 faculty, staff, and students from institutions across Canada and the US gathered on campus May 1 and 2 to debate the future of university teaching.

Sponsored by the provosts of the two universities, the University of Windsor-Oakland University Teaching and Learning Conference featured the Provosts’ Forum on the Future of University Teaching, workshops and sessions covering a wide range of topics related to teaching and learning, and the annual Dr. Wilbert McKeachie International Poster Prize.

Students open thesis presentation competition

Students and faculty turned out Tuesday to watch the first round of the Three Minute Thesis competition, in the CAW Student Centre’s Ambassador Auditorium.

The competition challenges graduate students to make three-minute presentations on the topic of their thesis or dissertation. There are cash prizes for the winner and runner-up, who will also go on to represent the University of Windsor in a province-wide competition in April.

Creativity on display in campus costumes

The campus community put its creativity on display as hundreds of University of Windsor faculty and staff haunted Winclare “A” Wednesday afternoon at the annual Hallowe'en social.

The Office of Public Affairs and Communications won first place in the group category and the prize of a pizza lunch for dressing up like sculptures in the riverfront sculpture park.

DailyNews offers a look at some of the other inventive costumes: