WORKING FOR CHANGE
Inside the University's efforts to create a more sustainable, safer, welcoming, and inclusive environment for everyone.
Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives at the University of Windsor
Working to create increasingly welcoming, inclusive, and equitable environments for all members of the campus community is a key university priority.
Economic benefits of Great Lakes pollution prevention and restoration
In a study published in the Journal of Great Lakes Research, University of Windsor visiting scholar John Hartig, Gail Krantzberg of McMaster University, and Peter Alsip of the University of Michigan, found that every dollar spent toward cleanup resulted in more than $3 worth of community revitalization.
State of the Strait
Algal blooms, toxic substances, invasive species, habitat loss, and land-use changes are among the eight most pressing environmental problems that continue to plague the Detroit River and western Lake Erie, according to a binational report
The Windsor Law Centre for Cities
Efforts to bring diversity and inclusion to the forefront at the University of Windsor have been the impetus behind a number of campus initiatives over the past year.
University signs on to Principles for Responsible Investment
The University of Windsor’s Endowment Fund has committed to incorporating environmental, social, and corporate governance issues into its investment decision-making processes, as a signatory to Principles for Responsible Investment supported by the United Nations.
University of Windsor again ranked among sustainable schools
The University of Windsor has once again been listed in the Guide to Green Schools by the Princeton Review, ranking it among North America’s most environmentally responsible post-secondary institutions.