Working with the community to strengthen the economy, quality of life and well being of the region.
Helping educators and parents teaching from home
Education professor Bonnie Stewart, along with her colleagues Dave Collier and Nick Baker from the Office of Open Learning and their students, have been translating their collective experience in online learning into guidance for parents and educators teaching from home.
Research team exploring optimization of greenhouse agriculture
Engineering professor Rupp Carriveau and University of Windsor engineering alumnus Lucas Semple, Under Sun Acres greenhouse operations engineer, are part of a national effort exploring how leading-edge greenhouse technology can be delivered to remote locations and optimized to reduce energy costs and increase production.
On the road to the Automobility Capital of Canada
Windsor’s place in history as the Automotive Capital of Canada is entering a new era as the “Automobility Capital of Canada,” thanks in part to the new University of Windsor cutting-edge research and ventures that put the city at the forefront as a hub for innovation in emerging transportation technologies.
Exploring and Advancing Community Engagement
The University of Windsor is among a select group of Canadian universities piloting a project aimed at strengthening the relationships between post-secondary institutions and their respective communities.
Access, Transition, and Success: A Community Approach
The United Way On Track to Success program is an innovative, education-oriented poverty reduction strategy that provides wrap-around support to students who are at risk of non-completion of secondary school. Since 2018, the University has been their partner in launching On-Track students into post-secondary learning.
During this period of extraordinary disruption and uncertainty, University of Windsor students, faculty, and alumni have met the challenges of COVID-19 with commitment, innovation, and ingenuity.