The Organization of Part-time University Students (OPUS) will host its 26th annual awards banquet on Friday, March 23, at the Caboto Club.
The event recognizes University of Windsor faculty, staff, alumni and part-time undergraduate students for exceptional contributions to campus life. The organization is distributing invitations; the RSVP date is Monday, March 12, at 519-971-3603 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
This year’s awards include:
- OPUS Lifetime Achievement Award: Maryan Amalow, OPUS executive director;
- OPUS Friend of Students Award: Michael Khan, dean of the Faculty of Human Kinetics;
- Teacher of the Year Award: Pardeep Jasra, Faculty of Science;
- OPUS Faculty Award: Antoine Khoury, languages, literatures, and cultures;
- OPUS Support Staff Awards: Sherry Ketterer, alumni affairs; Mark Lafleur, Food Services; Karen Pillon, Leddy Library;
- OPUS Staff/Faculty Leadership Award: Marian Doll, director of Student Awards and Financial Aid;
- Disability Campus Community Recognition Award: Kaye Johnson, director of Office of Human Rights, Equity, and Accessibility;
- Volunteer of the Year Award: Josephine Sawyerr;
- Student Solidarity Award: Rajiv Sivanesan;
- Alumni Association Academic Achievement Award: Amy Osman;
- Alumni Association First Year Part-time Undergraduate Student Award: Donna Patterson;
- Student with Disability Achievement Award: Michael Livingstone;
- Dr. Kathleen McCrone Award: Adam Dagenais;
- Ken Long Memorial Award: Jonathan Goncalo;
- VEK Ternoey Academic Second Chance Award: Ilija Stojanovic.
In addition, 21 part-time undergraduate students received bursaries and scholarships based on financial need. Find additional details on the event website.