UWindsor professor Andrew Richter explains Canada’s delay in deciding whether to allow Huawei to help build its 5G network.
The FAHSS LEAD Scholars program rewards students who engage in activities that provide meaningful and memorable learning experiences.
Restricting the movement of people across the Canada-U.S. border has negative consequences for the Canadian economy, says a UWindsor research team.
UWindsor grads Justin Tessier and Tarek Jafar are the rock duo The Blue Stones, nominated for a Juno Award as Breakthrough Group of the Year.
A free student seminar on the UWindsor campus Saturday will consider issues of public policy.
Political science students and faculty gathered Monday in the Hub Café to watch federal election returns.
Political science professor John Sutcliffe was a speaker at a recent conference hosted by the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas.
Students enrolled in the European Union Study Abroad Program got a hands-on appreciation for international relations with a trip May 5 to 18.
Despite the impression that women have made great progress in Canadian politics, they remain under-represented and violence is one barrier they face.