UWindsor biologist receives national aquatic science award

UWindsor research excellence received national recognition January 5, when biology professor Trevor Pitcher delivered the keynote address at the 2017 Canadian Conference for Fisheries Research in Montreal, as part of the J.C. Stevenson Award / Plenary Lecture.

Dr. Pitcher, the first UWindsor researcher ever to receive the lectureship, was among peers from across the country considered for the honour, which had its call for nominations in spring 2016.

Fundraising campaign to appeal to sense of place

The University’s fundraising efforts will be recast around the theme “Place of Promise,” UWindsor president Alan Wildeman announced during his annual campus address Friday. The change was one of five priorities he identified for his remaining term in office, which will draw to a close in June 2018.

Mechanical engineering students receive international research award

Mechanical engineering students at the University of Windsor have been recognized on an international stage for their research in designing a 3D printable hand brace that can assist people with connective tissue disorders.