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Odette celebrates 50th with new wing

The Odette School of Business will unveil its newly renovated south wing during opening ceremonies at the building on Saturday, Sept. 21 at 4 p.m.

The official grand opening is part of UWindsor’s 50th Anniversary Celebration weekend and honours the vision of the building’s namesakes, Louis and Edmond Odette, of converting the former bookstore space into an integrated part of the original Odette building.

Clark Awards to honour four university supporters

A faculty member who spent a career teaching at and supporting UWindsor; a community supporter of UWindsor cancer research; Windsor’s youngest mayor and UWindsor alumnus; and a former Alumni Association president and long-time Board of Governors member, are the four outstanding University and community supporters who will be recognized with a 2013 Clark Award during an evening in their honour this Friday, Sept. 20 at 6:30 p.m.
University Players logoUniversity Players has announced an eclectic line-up of plays for its 2013/14 season.

University Players to offer theatre-goers an eclectic season

You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you won’t believe what a great deal you’re getting. As the University Players opens its 2013-14 season this weekend they promise hysterical comedy, poignant drama, thrilling mystery and theatrical fantasy – all featuring tomorrow’s leading theatre artists at ticket prices that can’t be beat.

Flags to be lowered for retiree

It is with regret that the University announces that retiree Marinella Bertucci passed away on Tuesday, September 10, 2013. Ms. Bertucci began working in the Food Services Department on  September 30, 1991 as a part-time General Cafeteria employee and retired from that position on October 31, 2003. 

Flags will be lowered on Monday, September 16, 2013 in her memory.


Dr. Taub remembered as a kind and caring colleague

It is with regret that the University announces the passing of faculty retiree Dr. Barry Taub on Thursday, September 12, 2013.  Dr. Taub commenced his employment with the University of Windsor on May 1, 1973 as a Counsellor in the Department of Psychology and became the Director of the Psychological Services Centre on July 1, 1975. He also served as a Clinical Psychologist in the same area and was promoted to Associate Professor on July 1, 1979, receiving tenure on July 1, 1981.  As well, Dr.

Paul DattaRonjon Paul Datta is the newest faculty member to join the department of Sociology, Anthropology and Criminology.

New sociology prof loves Windsor's cosmopolitan vibe

Editor's note: this is one of a series of articles about new faculty members who have joined the University of Windsor.

Cosmopolitan is not an adjective many Windsorites would typically use to define their city, but Ronjon Paul Datta would.

“I really like Windsor as a city,” said the latest faculty addition to the department of Sociology, Anthropology and Criminology. “It’s very cosmopolitan, a lot more so than most medium sized cities.”

CUPE bargaining update

The University of Windsor remains open and classes continue during a CUPE local 1393 work stoppage that began in the early hours of Sunday, September 8.  Students, parents, faculty and staff are encouraged to visit for answers to commonly asked questions and updates as they are available. This local represents 281 technical, trades and professional staff.