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SCIENCE ON TAP: Cloudy with a Change of .....Beer

  • Mon, 03/26/2018 - 7:00pm - 10:00pm
525 Argyle Rd, Windsor, ON Walkerville Brewery
An Evening with David Phillips, senior climatologist for Environment Canada, and spokesperson for the Meteorological Service of Canada

WINDSOR WELCOME: EES ICEBREAKER LUNCH

  • Wed, 09/06/2017 - 11:00am
109 Memorial Hall
Join us for the Annual EES Icebreaker Lunch as part of Windsor Welcome Week! More information to follow.

Jull & Environmental Sciences Club: Meet the Family Night

  • Fri, 09/21/2018 - 8:00pm
3236 Sandwich St., Windsor Rock Bottom Bar & Grill
Meet the members of the Jull Club, as well as other students interested in joining.

EXPLORE OUR LAYERS: Discover the Next 50 Years

  • Fri, 09/28/2018 - 6:00pm
2072 Riverside Drive East The Windsor Club
DISCOVER THE NEXT 50 YEARS: An evening with the Department of Earth & Environmental Sciences

EES Seminar: Dr. P. Hollings, Lakehead University

  • Fri, 08/10/2018 - 9:30am
311 Memorial Hall
Dr. P. Hollings presenting, “Using igneous petrology to unravel the tectonic triggers for porphyry mineralization”.

EES Doctoral Thesis Defense

  • Thu, 08/09/2018 - 1:30pm
311 Memorial Hall
"Applications of mineral chemistry to petrogenesis and exploration in conduit-type Cu-PGE deposits' by Matthew Brzozowski

UWindsor prof’s research profiled in national newspaper

"We need to work together across academic institutions, government agencies, NGOs and the general public to protect the Great Lakes” [Aaron Fisk]

EES Graduate Seminar Series presents "Free and metal-organic framework (MOF) encaged Pt(II)TMPyP porphyrin for anion sensing" by Dr. Dilshad Masih

  • Fri, 04/06/2018 - 2:00pm
311 Memorial Hall
EES Graduate Seminar Series, Dr. Dilshad Masih, Post-Doctoral Fellow, University of Windsor

UWindsor prof hopes to bring "fresh set of eyes" to Chatham-Kent water wells issue

UWindsor professor, Dr. J. Gagnon, hopes to bring "fresh set of eyes" to Chatham-Kent water wells issue | CBC News

UWindsor prof hopes to bring "fresh set of eyes" to Chatham-Kent water wells issue

UWindsor prof hopes to bring "fresh set of eyes" to Chatham-Kent water wells issue | CBC News
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