Jaime Nemett

Practicum Students Share Insights into Placements

Practicum students at the University of Windsor find that with a proper work-life balance the work experience positively impacts their learning experience.   UWindsor offers different experiential learning options for students, including placements, practicums, and co-ops. The Lance interviewed three students in different faculties about their experience in a placement to better gauge student’s perspectives of placements as a part of undergraduate requirements.   Jennifer Pereira, a fourth-year forensic science student completed a practicum with the Chatham Police, in the Forensic Identification Unit. “I’ve loved that each day is different,” she began. “I’ve had the opportunity to visit a variety of different

By |Mon, Jan 22nd, 2024, 1:30PM|News|

UWindsor Students Can Now Get Flu Shots on Campus

The University of Windsor is now providing flu shots ahead of the winter season.   Tiff Murray, a pharmacist at Elmdale Pharmacy says, getting a flu shot is especially important for university students...  "The flu can certainly mess up your routine-- it's hard to go to class when you can't get out of bed.”  Murray says university students spend time in common spaces, so the chance of transmission is higher. “Isolating isn't really an option for most university students, and unfortunately the flu is most transmissible before you develop symptoms, like a fever or chills that would tell you to

By |Mon, Nov 6th, 2023, 1:43PM|News|

Cats Against Catcalling: Shedding Light on Sexual Harassment on Halloween

The Prevent Resist Support (PRS) Team is running their annual Cats Against Catcalling event today in the CAW Student Centre. This annual event, which is run by the PRS office and supported by the UWSA’s Womxn’s Centre, aims to educate the campus community about consent during Halloween, as well as introducing the campus community to adoptable kittens with the help of the Windsor Humane Society.  “Cats Against Catcalls is a yearly campaign that we run around Halloween each year.! It's an opportunity for us to share information about sexual harassment. Sexual harassment is any comment or conduct against an individual

By |Mon, Oct 30th, 2023, 10:55AM|Arts + Culture, News|
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