Lois Smedick

Manu Sharma, Lauren Bultje, Lois Smedick Education professor Manu Sharma, psychology student Lauren Bultje representing Out on Campus, and professor emerita Lois Smedick received awards Wednesday from the Office of Human Rights, Equity and Accessibility.

Awards celebrate campus commitment to human rights and social justice

The first annual OHREA awards reception, December 10 in the Odette Building, celebrated campus commitment to social justice.

Clark Awards to honour four university supporters

A faculty member who spent a career teaching at and supporting UWindsor; a community supporter of UWindsor cancer research; Windsor’s youngest mayor and UWindsor alumnus; and a former Alumni Association president and long-time Board of Governors member, are the four outstanding University and community supporters who will be recognized with a 2013 Clark Award during an evening in their honour this Friday, Sept. 20 at 6:30 p.m. in the  Augustus Ballroom  of Caesars Windsor.

Heroic traditions subject of presentation

In some ways, the Germanic epic Beowulf fits one definition of tragedy, says Lois Smedick: as a fight to the death in a narrow place against odds.

Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, with its interplay between the ridiculous and some deadly intentions, may speak more readily to our take, nowadays, on the world,” she says.