Faculty, staff, and students welcomed more than 2,000 prospective students and their guests to Fall Open House.
A UWindsor engineering professor has joined forces with Ford Motor Co. of Canada and auto parts manufacturer NUCAP Industries on a $1.14 million research project to develop an environmentally friendly brake rotor that would last the lifetime of your car.
Xueyuan Nie is developing a cost-effective coating technology to make brake rotors resistant to corrosion and reduce emissions from wear. Ford proposes to one day use the rotors on its line of electric vehicles, making those vehicles even greener by eliminating the pollution caused by braking.
Bill Van Heyst will take up the office of dean of the UWindsor Faculty of Engineering effective Sept. 1.