Lana Lee

pink carnation in Memorial of HopeFlowers placed on the Memorail of Hope during Convocation serve as a reminder of those students who never got a chance to graduate.

Flowers a tribute to slain students

As we honour those students who graduate from the University and prepare to launch their careers, we should remember those who never got the chance, says a UWindsor professor.

Lana Lee of the chemistry and biochemistry department placed flowers in each of the 14 stones of the Memorial of Hope during Convocation ceremonies last week. The sculpture, located between Essex and Dilon halls, honours the young women slain in 1989’s Montreal Massacre at Ecole Polytechnique. It was the first time she made the gesture, Dr. Lee says, but it won’t be the last.


Students to learn about environmental sector careers today

Students interested in learning more about what kind of careers are available in the environmental sector should attend a special event at Vanier Hall today.

Representatives from such employers as BASF, the Ontario Power Authority, Union Gas, the Essex Region Conservation Authority, Dillon Consulting and Stantec Engineering will participate in a panel discussion. A networking session following will allow them to discuss their career paths with interested students.