James Gauld

Reception honours contributions of excellent employees

Alan Wildeman congratulates Russell NahdeeUWindsor president Alan Wildeman congratulates Russell Nahdee on his “U” Make a Difference Award.

The Employee Recognition Awards reception Wednesday celebrated contributions of employees to the achievement of the University’s mission.

Awards reception to recognize employee contributions

Alan Wildeman congratulates Joe LichaaUWindsor president Alan Wildeman congratulates chemistry department technologist Joe Lichaa, one of two individual winners of the service excellence award at the 2015 employee recognition reception.

A reception January 27 will see the conferral of Employee Recognition Awards.

Student ambassadors fly flag for research

student ambassadorsFrom left are Research Matters student ambassadors Maria van Duirhoven, Rami Gherib and Kelly Carr.

They’re trying to figure out how enzymes work in our bodies, better ways for people to select careers based on their personality and how physical activity can improve the lives of those with disabilities – and now they’re flying the flag for research at the University of Windsor.

Top moustache growing honours awarded at fund-raising luncheon

Dino Spagnuolo’s first ever attempt at growing a moustache turned out to be a winner.

A clerk in the Leddy Library’s media centre, Spagnuolo tied for top honours with Dave Smith, an analyst in the university’s planning and budgets department, in a campus moustache growing contest.

“It’s an honour to have been chosen as a co-winner from among all these great-looking guys,” Spagnuolo said yesterday after a lunch held at the University Club to pick the winners.