On March 28th the University of Windsor hosted the Essays of Significance and Critical Reflections graduate and undergraduate philosophy conferences. Thanks to the excellent work of organizers Katherine Sulatycki and Erin Plumb who made this possible. Participants for both the undergrad and graduate conference came from Canada, the United States and even several participants from overseas.
Alternative metrics and article level metrics allow you to get a clearer sense of the impact of your research on the web in the social media spehere. Scholarship at UWindsor is connected to the Altmetrics (the company) to easily connect researchers to a snapshot of the social influence of their work. Check out the first Scholarship at UWindsor in a minute video below to find out more. For more about using Scholarship at UWindsor check out:
Even though the first annual UWill Discover Undergraduate Research Conference has come and gone you can still check out videos and text of all the great presentations, posters, and performances at http://scholar.uwindsor.ca/uwilldiscover/2015/. Check out the great work your colleagues are doing. Scholarship at UWindsor by is the platform that showcases and preserves Windsor research and creative activity.
Saturday March 28, 2015 2:28pm
The internet and printing is now up and running at the Leddy Library.
Saturday March 28, 2015 10:08am
The internet is up and running. Printing is available at the IT Consultant desk at Information.
UWill Discover - the first annual University of Windsor Undergraduate Research Conference – is a one-day event in which undergraduate students at the University of Windsor can present their research and creative work to their fellow students, their friends and family, and the world! Be sure to check out all the videos, posters and abstracts from our presenters.
THE PASSION OF JOAN OF ARC & The Humanities Research Group (HRG)
Maestro Franz, Windsor International Film Festival Director Vincent Georgie and Professor of Theatre Erica Stevens Abbitt invite WSO ticketholders to join them for a free pre-show discussion about the power and significance of Dreyer’s 1928 film on the life and death of Joan – martyr, rebel, victim and saint.
The good people of University of Windsor's Employee Engagement & Development have just issued you a challenge: How many stairs can you climb in 20 days? Enough to reach the peak of Mount Everest? How about Mont Tremblant?
If you are looking for a good place to start stair climbing on March 11th, you could do well by trekking the heights of Leddy Library. The stairs from the basement to the 4th floor of our Main Building is made up of 90 steps, or 7.5 flights.
The Humanities Research Group and the University of Windsor welcomes Dr. Francoise Baylis for two events this week:
An Evening with Dr. Francoise Baylis - Thurs. March 5th, 7p.m. @ McPherson Lounge and a Bioethics Seminar with Dr. Baylis - Fri., March 6th, 10a.m. @ McPherson Lounge.
Windsor Yearbook of Access (WYAJ) to Justice Vol. 31 no. 1 is the first issue that is fully available online open access. This will allow WYAJ and its authors to engage with the widest possible audience. You can visit the journal here: http://ojs.uwindsor.ca/ojs/leddy/index.php/WYAJ