The Graduate Student Society (GSS) recognizes that there is a need to develop new positions on our Council in order to represent the needs and interests of all our members. This position was created to represent the research and thesis-based students at the University of Windsor within Graduate Studies. The Office of Research and Innovation
Currently, the Graduate Student Society (GSS) has no representative voice for Graduate students who identify with physical or learning disabilities on the Council. The Office of Human Rights, Equity and Accessibility has a working committee that currently hosts several different student positions for the Accessibility Coordinating Committee. This position will serve as the connection between
The GSS has taken a stance that we fully condemn racism on campus, in our city and within our academic community. The University of Windsor has created the Anti-Black Racism Task Force to directly advise the President of the University. Responsibilities This position’s primary role will be to serve as the GSS representative on the
NOW LIVE! Green Shield Canada brings plan members free online doctor visits to navigate the winter months Green Shield Canada (GSC) has teamed up with Maple, Canada’s leading telemedicine provider, to provide free virtual care for all GSC Group plan members and their eligible dependents this winter. Great news – this access is now live!
Taken from ISC UWindsor is now on the approved list of designated learning institutions (DLIs) that have reopened to asymptomatic international students from outside of Canada. If you have been approved for a study permit you can now travel to Canada for your studies (a non-discretionary or non-optional purpose). More information on this along with