The Return of the Provost’s Question of the Month!

On October 6, 2016, in UWindsor, by Elizabeth Ismail

Now that the rush of September is behind us, Provost Douglas Kneale is re-activating his successful Question of the Month contest, where he asks you to respond to a question about yourUWindsor experiences.

The author of the winning entry will receive a UWindsor hoodie!!

Over the last couple of weeks, the University has been unveiling a new awareness campaign about the University of Windsor, communicating something that a lot of people on campus identify as a core characteristic of our students, staff, and faculty: Promise.  So, the Provost is asking you to relate that to your own experiences at the U.

This month’s question is:  What does “promise” mean to you?

Please send your response, for another chance at that amazing UWindsor hoodie, to  by October 31!


Graduate and Professional Schools Fair

On October 3, 2016, in UWindsor, by Elizabeth Ismail


You are invited to the University of Windsor’s annual Graduate and Professional Schools Fair hosted by Co-op, Career and Employment Services in partnership with the Faculty of Graduate Studies.

What’s going on?  More than 40 different institutions over two days will be available to answer your questions and provide information about the many post graduate programs they offer. Note that the institutions on each day will vary.

Medicine, Health, and Education related programs
Tuesday, October 18, 2016
11:00 am – 3:00 pm

Business, Law, Graduate Studies and College programs
Wednesday, October 19, 2016
11:00 am – 3:00 pm

Where?  CAW Student Centre, main floor commons area

We highly encourage students from all year levels and programs to attend so that you can learn more about educational opportunities and programs, the admission requirements and deadlines to apply.   Many university students continue their studies after their undergraduate degree.

Did you know: Students/graduates from almost any degree program can apply to most law schools and many MBA programs?  You don’t have to be a science major for many MD programs.  Many colleges offer specialized programs for university graduates.  Graduate Studies include Master’s and PhD programs.   There are so many options out there, why not explore them in-person.

The Graduate and Professional Schools Fair is a perfect opportunity to speak to representatives from over 40 institutions and learn about a variety of graduate and professional programs in the areas of health, medicine, law, business, education, masters and PhDs, post graduate certificates and more.

No matter what year of study you are in, you’re encouraged to come out and explore your options. Note that different institutions will be represented on different days so please check the website to see who is attending, what they are promoting and when they will be here!