This summer, the University of Windsor will be offering a two-month course in introductory Mandarin! If you are preparing to travel to Mandarin-speaking countries, or looking to broaden your social circle, Mandarin 101 is an excellent place to start learning common greetings, everyday phrases, and traditional customs. The course will serve as an introduction to Mandarin Chinese,
The University of Windsor is hosting an intensive one-week program exploring principles and applications of clinical health research! The Summer Institute will provide participants with engaging discussions lead by a team of experts exploring the understanding and applications of topics such as: qualitative research evidence-based practice mixed methods in clinical health research epidemiologic research designs
The Innovative Designs for Accessibility (IDeA) Competition dead line has been extended. Midnight of February 4th! You can also visit https://www.uwindsor.ca/ohrea/idea-competition if you would like more information about this competition.
From the Student Counselling Centre’s NEW and exciting Group Therapy Coordinator, we would like to share with you this new series of workshops being hosted every Wednesday with special guest presentations from our community partners on very important wellness topics, as well as Wellness Groups (group therapy sessions) being offered this semester by the Student
1. In Case of Exams…Wellness Bags: These little bags will be distributed on December 10th, 12th, 14th, and 17th in 10 locations across campus! See the images and picture of the bags attached. Students are encouraged to pick one up if they need a little pick me up while studying! 2. Exhale Through Exams: Lancer Rec is offering activates all
TW_MoreThanTransit Our city is changing and how we move around is changing too. The City of Windsor is exploring how our transit system can more effectively serve our community. To do this, we’re looking at the changing needs of our city. We’re looking at how to better connect people to school, work, services, and more. We’re
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
Call out to PhD students! We want to turn your PhD research into a 54-minute Ideas episode. It would be part of our regular feature on the program called “Ideas from the Trenches.” If you’re interested in participating, in a page or less, tell us a bit about yourself and what inspired your interest in
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.
You are invited to participate in a webinar to learn about an upcoming province-wide study for LGBTQ2S+ university students in Ontario. Check out a short video about the webinars here The Study: “Thriving on Campus? LGBTQ2S+ Campus Climate at Ontario Universities” is a 4-year study that will promote understanding of the experiences, wellbeing, and academic development of diverse