Alumni Association

One week left to submit alumni teaching award nominations

The University of Windsor Alumni Association is inviting submissions of intent to nominate for the Alumni Award for Distinguished Contributions to University Teaching by February 4.

The award is given annually at the Spring Convocation ceremonies to honour and recognize distinguished teaching on campus and to provide incentive and encouragement for achieving excellence in this field. All full-time members of the teaching faculty with a minimum of five consecutive years teaching at the University of Windsor are eligible for nomination.

Alumni association issues call for teaching award nominations

The University of Windsor Alumni Association is inviting nominations for the Alumni Award for Distinguished Contributions to University Teaching.

The award is given annually at the Spring Convocation ceremonies to honour and recognize distinguished teaching on campus and to provide incentive and encouragement for achieving excellence in this field. All full-time members of the teaching faculty with a minimum of five consecutive years teaching at the University of Windsor are eligible for nomination.

Climatologist thrilled with alumni recognition

David Phillips (BA 1967) is more than just a weatherman.

Senior climatologist for Environment Canada and spokesperson for its meteorological service, the best-selling author is the creator of the country’s most-popular calendar and has received two Public Service Merit Awards, honorary doctorates from the University of Waterloo and Nipissing University and the Order of Canada.

Alumni Association to honour outstanding mentors

The University of Windsor Alumni Association will confer its Excellence in Mentoring Award on two veteran members of faculty—and UWindsor grads—during its annual general meeting on Thursday, November 15.

The award recognizes faculty members who have demonstrated excellence by offering personal, academic and professional guidance to students, and made a significant contribution to their all-round development up to and following graduation.

This year’s recipients are law professor Donna Marie Eansor (LLB 1980) and kinesiology professor Margery Holman (BA 1968, BPE 1969).

Alumni association issues call for teaching award nominations

The University of Windsor Alumni Association is inviting nominations for the Alumni Award for Distinguished Contributions to University Teaching. The award is given annually at the Spring Convocation ceremonies to honour and recognize distinguished teaching on campus and to provide incentive and encouragement for achieving excellence in this field.

All full-time members of the teaching faculty, with a minimum of five consecutive years teaching at the University of Windsor, are eligible for nomination to the award.

Alumni association to confer awards during annual general meeting

Helping students to realize their own capabilities and potential for leadership is key to her teaching, says Martha Reavley.

That commitment won the associate professor of management in the Odette School of Business recognition from graduates. She will receive the Excellence in Mentoring Award from the University of Windsor Alumni Association at its annual general meeting, today at 5 p.m. in the CAW Student Centre’s Ambassador Auditorium.