Second-year marketing students are using their final class project to help improve Windsor’s transit system.
The project consists of a survey that was conducted via social media last month, asking users to provide feedback on their experiences using Windsor’s transit.
A documentary produced by a St. Clair College administrator is in the running for several national film festival awards, including best Canadian short documentary.
The final projects of students in St. Clair’s Event Management program are helping local charities.
These projects aid a wide variety of organizations throughout Windsor and Essex County, including the Jack Miner Migratory Bird Foundation, Habitat for Humanity, Cystic Fibrosis Canada and the Windsor Essex Youth/Child Advocacy Centre.
St. Clair College student researchers are developing an automated way to package sweet peppers for the greenhouse industry by connecting a people-friendly robot with a sophisticated vision system.
The tricky part is the robot must put two yellow, two red and two orange peppers in each bag destined for a grocery store shelf.
A student from St. Clair College was awarded Young Tech Professional of the Year by WEtech Alliance for using technology to help waste management.
The winner, Trevor Ramieri, is a project manager for reVERT, a program that aims to reduce environmental waste using technology and collaboration.
St. Clair College nursing students Ryanne Mallette and Hannah Wiggins are stepping onto the front lines in the battle against COVID-19 as vaccination ramps up and testing remains critical.
St. Clair’s Enactus team members won two first place awards and a second in the recent Enactus Regional Exposition, a virtual event with more than 66 teams from other Canadian colleges and universities.
Two projects, InterACT and Endure, placed first in the Enactus Canada Regional CWB Financial Education Challenge.
Olivia Okongwu's four-year-old son calls what she does "hero's work."
"Heroes work here," say signs at the entrance to the Village of Aspen Lake, the long-term care home in East Windsor where his mother currently works weekends.
Easter Seals Ontario (Windsor-Essex) is pleased to announce that its signature event, the Windsor-Essex 39th Annual Telethon, will return to St. Clair College.
Production on this year’s Telethon has already begun with pre-recorded segments being done inside the Student Life Centre at St. Clair College.