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young man posed in front of tankAbdur Rahim, a fourth-year student of industrial engineering with a minor in business administration, is currently working a co-op position at General Dynamics Land Systems Canada.

Co-op experience helping create highly employable graduates

Students participating in UWindsor’s co-operative education programs combine their academic education with full-time paid work experience, putting them ahead of the pack when they apply for work after graduation.

“We are always impressed with the calibre of students we work with, and the exciting projects and organizations they are exposed to,” says Mitch Fields, executive director of Co-op, Career and Employment Services.

Alan Wildeman next to Raptors logoUWindsor president Alan Wildeman welcomes a new partnership with Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment, which owns the Toronto Raptors of the National Basketball Association.

Strategic partnership

The University of Windsor is the first education partner of MLSE.

Sarah Dobney collects recordings at a savannah sparrow nest Sarah Dobney, pictured here collecting recordings at a savannah sparrow nest in the Bay of Fundy, won a prize at the national meeting of the Society of Canadian Ornithologists.

Graduate students of ornithology deliver prize-winning talks

Two University of Windsor graduate students won prizes for outstanding talks at the recent annual meeting of the Society of Canadian Ornithologists.

Sarah Dobney, a PhD student in the Department of Integrative Biology, won the “Early Program Award” for an outstanding presentation from an early-career researcher. Her prize-winning talk was titled: “Quiet in the nest: Nest environment diminishes song transmission to nestlings.”

Amherstburg Freedom MuseumA student internship opportunity will involve researching local Black history for an exhibit at the Amherstburg Freedom Museum.

Internship to explore local history of Black experiences

A student internship opportunity will involve researching local Black history for an exhibit at the Amherstburg Freedom Museum.

Esther Yang, Larissa Cioci, Catie Lenover, Amarice Manzerolle, Tony VoThe Natively Creative team won a trophy as the top performers in the Transform program. From left: Transform community leader Esther Yang mentored first-year students Larissa Cioci, Catie Lenover, and Amarice Manzerolle, pictured here with co-ordinator Tony Vo.

Program prepares students for university experience

During summer 2022, the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences (FAHSS) launched Transform, its school readiness program for first-year students coming directly from high school.

Incoming students met in person or online weekly over nine weeks and participated in a series of fun interactive exercises that gave them similar experiences to being in class — conducting research, taking mock tests, and working on team projects. At the same time, the program gave upper-year student mentors an opportunity to gain leadership experience.

students outside Lancer Toldo CentreStudents, staff, and faculty are invited to attend the Campus Community Barbecue outside the Toldo Lancer Centre on Wednesday, Sept. 28.

Campus community barbecue to return in new location

Students, staff, and faculty are invited to attend the Campus Community Barbecue outside the Toldo Lancer Centre on Wednesday, Sept. 28.