Tanya Michel

St. Denis HallSt. Denis Hall was the site for varsity athletics prior to the 1981 construction of the St. Denis Athletic and Community Centre on south campus.

Two campus buildings have borne St. Denis name

St. Denis Hall was the site for varsity athletics prior to the 1981 construction of the St. Denis Athletic and Community Centre on south campus.

Roll of HonourRoll of Honour: This plaque in the foyer of Memorial Hall lists former students of Assumption College killed in World War II.

Building named to honour war dead

A plaque in the foyer of Memorial Hall lists former students of Assumption College killed in World War II.

Neal Education Building a training ground for tomorrow’s teachers

The Leonard and Dorothy Neal Education Building was named to honour a philanthropist who provided significant support to education, art and health institutions in Windsor.

Leonard Neal, who died in 2001, was one of UWindsor’s most dedicated supporters. President of Tamco Limited and a past chair of the Automotive Parts Manufacturers Association, Neal received the Clark Award in 1996 for his outstanding contributions to the University.

Plan to enhance UWindsor research culture

The University of Windsor will further integrate research into the student learning experience under a plan approved by Senate at its February 10 meeting.

The Strategic Research Plan will extend over a five-year period ending in December 2016. It provides a framework for the development of plans related to research and creative activity specific to each faculty as well as detailed plans for their implementation.