Korissa Williams

MarketPlace menu Tuesday to feature flavours of south Asia

The CAW Student Centre’s MarketPlace food court will satisfy your south Asian craving Tuesday with a special Indian-themed menu.

The Homestyle station will serve a choice of entrée: tandoori chicken, beef curry, or chickpea and cauliflower stew, with traditional basmati rice or vegetables. The cost is $5.99 for lunch from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., and $7.99 for dinner from 4 to 7 p.m.

Reminder: President to address community this morning

UWindsor president Alan Wildeman will address the community on the theme of “Building on the Common Ground” today – Thursday, January 12 – at 10 a.m. in Vanier Hall’s Winclare A room.

Students, faculty, staff and members of the broader community are invited to attend this event. Refreshments are available at 10 a.m. and the presentation will begin at 10:15.

Geriatric depression subject of colloquium

Sara WeisenbachThe Psychology Department Colloquium Series presents Sara L. Weisenbach delivering her free public lecture entitled “Geriatric Depression and its Intersection with Cognitive Aging and Dementia” in room 203, Toldo Health Education Centre, on Thursday, January 12, at 4:30 p.m.

STEPS getting closer to students

The Educational Development Centre is bringing its workshops across campus in an effort to reach students.

The Skills to Enhance Personal Success (STEPS) program offers 10 different workshops to help students develop the skills needed to succeed at the university. This semester, besides the traditional 50-minute long sessions in Dillon Hall, the program will offer shorter sessions in buildings around campus.

Fellowships open to graduate students of argumentation

The Centre for Research in Reasoning, Argumentation and Rhetoric is offering two $1500 graduate student fellowships in the winter 2012 semester.

The awards are open to University of Windsor graduate student whose interests and programs of study intersect with the centre’s mandate. Holders are expected to participate in the life of the centre and to make a presentation about their research.

The deadline for applications is Monday, January 16. Applicants should send

Award-winning research writer credits teamwork for accolades

It wouldn’t be possible for him to write about the research successes of the University of Windsor without the cooperation of the school’s faculty and students, says Stephen Fields.

A research communications officer in the University’s Office of Public Affairs and Communications, Fields won a gold medal for excellence in news writing from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education’s second district, which includes 700 schools in Ontario, New York, Pennsylvania, and the eastern United States.

Research celebration set for February 6

The office of the vice-president, research, invites members of the campus community to mark their calendars for the Celebration of Excellence in Research, Scholarship and Creative Activity.

The annual event will take place in the CAW Student Centre’s Ambassador Auditorium on Monday, February 6, at 4:30 p.m.

Applications for Strategic Priority Fund due January 16

Provost Leo Groarke extended the deadline for applications to the University’s Strategic Priority Fund to Monday, January 16.

The fund earmarks about $1.5 million for projects directed to the five goals highlighted in the University’s strategic plan: