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UWindsor president Alan Wildeman congratulates Clark Award honourees Tom Porter, Tony Doucette, Carol Reader and Mona Stonefish.UWindsor president Alan Wildeman congratulates Clark Award honourees Tom Porter, Tony Doucette, Carol Reader and Mona Stonefish.

Four honoured for contributions to community and campus life

The University of Windsor honoured four outstanding supporters during the 21st annual Clark Awards ceremony, Tuesday in the CAW Centre’s Ambassador Auditorium.

This year’s recipients are:

  • Broadcaster Tony Doucette, who has raised the local profile of Lancer athletics and issues affecting the campus;
  • Lawyer Tom Porter, former Windsor city councillor and a past president of the University of Windsor Alumni Association;
  • Master’s student of history Carol Reader, a volunteer and activist with the Friends of Women’s Studies;
  • Aboriginal elder Mona Stonefish, an advocate focused on the role of human rights, restorative justice and education.

The Clark Award was established in 1994 in honour of the late Charles J. Clark Sr., former chancellor of the University of Windsor, to recognize outstanding service to the University and the community.