A new internship program will engage FAHSS students in the ProsperUs community partnership.
Chile Eboe-Osuji, former president of the International Criminal Court, will take up a part-time appointment at the University of Windsor.
A fourth round in the University’s faculty and staff virtual trivia competition is set for March 12.
Videos are now available of public presentations by shortlisted candidates for dean of the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences.
The search committee for the next dean of the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences has announced a shortlist of candidates.
A team is collecting information that highlights community-engaged research, service, and teaching.
The University of Windsor is one of 16 Canadian post-secondary institutions piloting the Carnegie Community Engagement Classification.
Despite the impression that women have made great progress in Canadian politics, they remain under-represented and violence is one barrier they face.