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International development office seeking student ambassadors

It takes a special set of skills to reach out to students considering the University of Windsor—especially those new to Canada, says Anita Bondy, marketing coordinator for the International Development Office.

She is seeking to hire international student ambassadors to represent the school in conversation with prospects around the world.

Information fair to welcome January newcomers

The Centre for Executive and Professional Education, in partnership with Winter Orientation and the International Student Orientation, is hosting an information fair Wednesday for new students joining UWindsor programs in January 2016.

The event runs noon to 2 p.m., January 6, in Vanier Hall’s Winclare C. More than 20 exhibitors will showcase UWindsor services and resources.

Fang Fang studyingClasses in most programs end Monday, December 7, so students like education major Fang Fang are hitting the books in preparation for final exams.

Food services adjusting hours for study period

Food services outlets will adjust their hours this week, as students prepare for the end of the semester.

Monday, December 7

The Campus Bookstore is selling light-up Christmas ornaments printed with the Lancer shield for $9.95.The Campus Bookstore is selling light-up Christmas ornaments printed with the Lancer shield for $9.95.

Light-up ornament Bookstore feature item

The Campus Bookstore is selling light-up Christmas ornaments printed with the Lancer shield for $9.95.

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New scholarship honours professor emeritus in physics

A new scholarship will honour one of the builders of the University of Windsor’s physics program.

The Dr. Lucjan Krause Undergraduate Scholarship in Physics will go to a student in physics with demonstrated academic success, who has made valuable contributions to research activity and departmental activities.

The first scholarship will be disbursed in fall 2016, with the head of the physics department choosing the winner.

Take our driving skills quiz and get gas

Campus Parking Services is offering DailyNews readers a chance to a gift card win $25 worth of fuel, by proving their knowledge of the rules of the road.

The winner will be randomly selected from all correct responses received by 4 p.m. on Wednesday, December 2. To be eligible, submit your best response to each of these questions: