M.A.Sc. Candidate Selena Celic is researching ways to improve the healthcare system by focussing on reducing the patient wait time in hospital radiology departments. Selena Celic’s, “A Model for Improvement of Patient Wait Times” objective is to ensure emergency patient wait times do not increase – but also attempting to decrease the wait times of
Dear Graduate Students, From March 1, Leddy Library has resumed selected services, including – access to computer workstations, interlibrary loans and appointments to Statistics Canada Research Data Center. Please click the below link for detailed information: Select services re-open at Leddy Library
With the changes that have developed over the course of the past several semesters, many students have asked questions about fees, tuition and the cost of being a Graduate student at the University of Windsor. The GSS is committed to always providing information to our members and advising them on what each admin fee, cost
To members of the the University of Windsor Research community, According to the Office of the Vice-President, Research & Innovation, policies and actions must conform to the following criteria of safety and physical distancing: Research which is conducted on-line, does not require the research to be on campus, and does not require any travel by
A student in the Faculty of Education is looking for research participants for her study. Dear Graduate Students: I am Pinge (Vicky) Ai, a Master’s student at Faculty of Education in the University of Windsor, doing my M. Ed. thesis research on Chinese Visiting Scholar’s Academic Adjustment in a Canadian University. This research has been
Save the date: The competition will take place on Monday, March 25, 2019 beginning at 1:30 p.m. in Vanier Hall – Winclare The winner will go on to represent the University of Windsor at the provincial final to be held at McMaster University on Wednesday, April 17, 2019. Further details to be announced.
The Innovative Designs for Accessibility (IDeA) is a student competition that is aimed to inspire students to create innovative and effective ideas that can resolve accessibility barriers within our community. Group or alone, undergraduate or graduate, full-time or part-time, the competition is open to all University of Windsor students that are willing to submit and present an idea
https://cags.ca/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/Dissertation-task-force-report-FINAL-Sept-EN.pdf. Synopsis of the Report: The purpose, meaning, and scope of the PhD are evolving in response to profound changes in both the academy and society. As the primary national organization on graduate education, CAGS aims to coordinate efforts to build on Canada’s position at the forefront of thinking on the future of the PhD.