Windsor Law faculty members have secured funding for research.
A panel will explore the legal, public policy, criminology, and digital technology issues raised by Amazon Ring, Jan. 22 in the SoCA Armouries.
Windsor Law professor Kristen Thomasen argues that Transport Canada has not adequately addressed privacy issues in new regulations of drones.
A panel will discuss the effects of autonomous vehicle technology on inclusivity and accessibility, February 14 at Windsor Law.
UWindsor professors will share their expertise on issues of current concern during the Mini U symposium on Saturday, October 1.
With the first blooms of 2012 already appearing on campus, grounds crews are eager to get into flower beds, says supervisor Garry Moore. However, the spring-like temperatures can’t fool the professional gardener, who knows the soil isn’t ready for working yet.
“What can come up are spring bulbs, which we have planted earlier,” like the snowdrops that have blossomed outside Memorial Hall, Moore says. He says Facility Services plans to plant more trees on campus this season, including some varieties that “push the boundaries” a little in terms of range.