Students, faculty, and staff are driving innovation and excellence across campus, and beyond.
‘True mentor’ named 3M National Teaching Fellow
Remembering the name and hometown of each student in a class of more than 200 is what Dave Andrews says is at the root of the type of teaching style that earned him a 3M National Teaching Fellowship this past year.
Law professor honoured for dedication to equality, human and disability rights
The Canadian Bar Association has recognized Laverne Jacobs of Windsor Law for her work to promote equality in the legal profession, the judiciary, and the legal community in Canada.
Windsor Law Acting Dean honoured with Law Society academic award
Acting Faculty of Law dean Beverly Jacobs (Mohawk Nation/Haudenosaunee), will be honoured by the Law Society of Ontario on May 26 at its annual awards ceremony, recognizing members of the legal profession for outstanding achievements and contributions to their communities.
Centre to drive research and education in automotive cybersecurity
The University of Windsor will host Canada’s first organization dedicated to countering threats to the connected transportation marketplace.
Film professor nominated for trifecta of editing awards
A University of Windsor film professor’s most recent professional work has been nominated for the ‘trifecta’ -- Best Editing in a Documentary Feature for Prey — by all three Canadian film bodies.
Medal win for librarian’s debut novel
The five-judge panel for the Stephen Leacock Memorial Medal for Humour announced Friday that University of Windsor librarian Heidi Jacobs had claimed the honour.
Cleaner energy work earns recognition for science researcher
University of Windsor professor Marcus Drover has been awarded the 2020 John Charles Polanyi Prize in Chemistry in recognition of his work in developing cleaner energy sources as an early-career researcher in the province of Ontario.
Forbes names University of Windsor among Canada's best employers
The University is listed 31st on the 2021 Forbes list of the top 300 employers that have more than 500 employees. As well, the University placed in the Top 10 among Universities in Canada.
Awards recognize achievement in and out of the classroom
Since her first day in the kinesiology program, Olivia Sanders has taken advantage of nearly every opportunity available to students at the University of Windsor including, but not limited to, research, recruitment, mentorship, overseas exchange, student government, all while maintaining an academic average over 90 per cent.