Hi everyone! Just a reminder that you should try to get your submissions for the conference in today if possible.
UWill Discover is Windsor's campus wide undergraduate conferences and accepts submissions of all types from all departments and faculties.
Submission is easy - just head over to the website, hit submit and tell us about your proposal.
Questions can be directed to Simon Du Toit at email@example.com
Hello everyone and happy new year!
The deadline for submissions to the 2nd UWill Discover Undergraduate Research Conference is January 15th. UWill Discover accepts submissions from students from all faculties and departments. It is a great opportunity to get experience presenting research in a professional setting for the whole campus, enjoy a great lunch, and a chance to meet other students researchers, faculty and staff across campus.
For anyone seeking writing help this term, December 12th will be the last day the Writing Centre is open until the new semester starts.
Help Support the University of Windsor Student Food Bank and reduce your library fines by donating non-perishable, UNEXPIRED food items at Leddy Library's Information Desk. For each itme that you donate, you'll receive $2 off your fines, up to 50$ per person.
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How to Submit a Proposal to UWill Discover!
The UWill Discover conference is an excellent opportunity for you to showcase your research or original creative work in a professional setting before your peers, faculty, and the public. Each presentation will be reviewed by expert faculty and guest respondents. Prizes will be awarded in many different categories!
The UWill Discover conference is an excellent opportunity for students to showcase their research or original creative work in a professional setting before peers, faculty, and the public.
Each presentation will be reviewed by expert faculty and guest respondents to award prizes in many different categories.
Students in any undergraduate discipline are eligible to participate:
Please note that on November 8th the library will be opened at 11am - 2am due to a power outage. The normal library hours for Sunday are 10am - 2am but will be altered ONLY ON NOVEMBER 8th. The library webpage hours widget will be incorrect for that day.
Have you noticed our colourful signs on campus? The Leddy Library Research Question Competition is hoping you will visit our website and cast your vote for the most popular question. You can read all the questions here:
The winning question gets $50, and one randomly selected question also will win $50. In addition, one randomly selected voter will win $50. That could be you!