Fedela Falkner

Carol Reader (centre) poses with students at a philanthropic event in September.Carol Reader (centre) poses with students at a philanthropic event in September.

Alumna wins recognition for charitable work

The Canada South chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals will confer an award on UWindsor graduate Carol Reader (BA 2013) as part of its celebration of Philanthropy Day on Thursday, November 20.

Reader has been named Outstanding Fundraising Volunteer for her involvement with organizations both on- and off-campus.

Holiday luncheon a chillingly good time for faculty and staff

Professor emeritus Dick Moriarty says he enjoyed the stand-up format of the Big Chill holiday luncheon, Thursday in Vanier Hall.

“You got a chance to get around and talk to everyone,” he says. “I have seen colleagues who are retired, those who are still working, and some who don’t me as a professor—just as Sean’s dad.”

Dr. Moriarty—father of Sean Moriarty in Information Technology Services—also won a door prize draw for a night’s stay at the Hilton Hotel. He says his wife will help him to figure out how to use it.