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Campus food services

From left to right: At Libro Community Café’s recent event, Executive Chef Paolo Vasapolli, worked with Balal Mohamed, Vivian Hui and Veronica Miller to prepare fish tacos with pickled red cabbage, and served the meals to the community. From left to right: At Libro Community Café’s recent event, Executive Chef Paolo Vasapolli, worked with Balal Mohamed, Vivian Hui and Veronica Miller to prepare fish tacos with pickled red cabbage, and served the meals to the community.

Community café prepares youth for work

Over a period of a few months UWindsor student Vivian Hui learned new skills as a cook,  cashier and waitress, thanks to a community program that equips young people with leadership and employment skills through implementing and operating a community cafe.

Student skills development test focus of $30,000 pilot study

A test of critical thinking and communication skills widely in use in the U.S. will be getting a Canadian workout at UWindsor over the next few months through a $30,000 grant from the Higher Education Quality Council of Ontario (HEQCO).

A team of researchers, including: