UWindsor’s new Provost, Douglas Kneale, made his first visit to the Centre for English Language Development earlier this week.
Accompanied by CELD director Jennie Atkins, Dr. Kneale took in the modern facilities, classroom and computer labs that were specially designed to accommodate exams and English as a Second language student needs.
“The centre’s location is perfect, as it provides a sense of harmonious community, the students feel comfortable here,” says Atkins.
Provost Kneale had the opportunity to talk with the center’s students and staff during an ice cream break.
“I am delighted to meet the students, they are proud of their English language acquired here, and they all have such praise for their teachers, the university and the community.”