Impact of new engineering building a focus for fall VIEW

UWindsor is the midst of the most exciting transformation in its history. The momentum that began with the Medical Education Building has continued as the $112-million Ed Lumley Centre for Engineering Innovation (CEI) opened its doors on September 17.

The Fall 2012 edition of VIEW, the University of Windsor alumni magazine, features a 12-page special section that focuses on the student, faculty, research and community connections that the CEI will foster.

Fall brings with it the Annual Giving Program—a key element in the University's fundraising. VIEW’s online edition includes the entire UWindsor 2011/12 donor list, paying tribute to those who have chosen to make a difference.

It also includes profiles of engineering alumnus Rick Corrent, manager of the team building One World Trade Center, and master’s student Bryan Esteban, who is developing a new way to charge electric vehicles.

Reader can now access VIEW in several ways:

  • Visit to download either a PDF or “flipbook” version of the magazine
  • Apple iPad or iPhone users can download the VIEW PDF at iPad/iPhone users cannot open the flipbook as Apple does not support Flash programming.
  • Android phone or tablet users whose devices support Flash can access the flipbook; click here: Other Android users can save the VIEW PDF in their Downloads folder and access it there.
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