Katherine Quinsey’s decades of commitment have earned her the Educational Leadership Award.
The hiring of 12 new faculty and librarian positions for Black-identifying scholars has piqued global interest.
Faculty and staff in the Faculty of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences (FAHSS) gathered Dec. 7 in Alumni Auditorium to celebrate colleagues’ accomplishments in research, teaching, and creative activity during the past year, and to recognize in person those award recipients from 2020 and 2021 when events were held virtually.
This was the first in-person gathering since 2019 for the FAHSS Teaching and Staff Awards and Research, Scholarship & Creative Activity Excellence Recognition Event.
This year’s faculty and staff awards were presented to:
The Board of Governors has approved a new collective agreement with CUPE Local 1393.
Nadia Harduar is the University of Windsor’s first-ever sustainability officer.
Sukanya Pillay and Olatoke Adeboboye will lead the new Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities.
Anti-racism educator Jodie Glean-Mitchell will deliver a pair of workshops for UWindsor instructors.
Nominations are open until Dec. 9 for UWindsor Employee Recognition Awards.