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Christine Vanderkooy, Ken MontgomeryProfessor Christine Vanderkooy and dean Ken Montgomery of the Faculty of Education serve up potato-leek soup. It proved the most popular of the flavours offered during the Great Faculty Soup-off, a fundraiser for United Way, Wednesday in the student centre.

United Way fundraiser bowls over participants

The Great Faculty Soup-off brought together faculty, staff, and students for charity, Wednesday in the student centre.

faculty helping studentThe new UWindsor PhD program in nursing combines coursework, comprehensive exams and a dissertation.

Nursing PhD program now accepting applicants for Fall 2017

The UWindsor Faculty of Nursing looks forward to welcoming its first PhD students in the fall, says dean Linda Patrick.

The new degree program, focused on health outcomes and health services research, will combine coursework, comprehensive exams and a dissertation. It will prepare its graduates to assume leadership roles in academic and practice settings.

“Our PhD program will engage candidates in research and scholarly activities that will ready them for policy development as well as the design and delivery of patient care,” Dr. Patrick says.

nursing students and instructorThe UWindsor nursing program received the maximum seven-year term accreditation.

Accreditation confirms quality of nursing programs

Accreditation by the Canadian Association of Schools of Nursing is a testament to the continued quality of the UWindsor BScN program and its faculty, students and graduates.

Scholarships an investment in Canada’s next generation of global leaders

Ram Balachandar, vice-provost international, and Patti Weir, dean of graduate studies, are pleased to announce the receipt of two Canadian Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Scholarships.

These prestigious three-year scholarships are funded through the Community Foundations of Canada, the Rideau Hall Foundation and the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada.

AUCC president Paul Davidson says the scholarships will provide students with transformative international study and research experiences.