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President announces appointments

University of Windsor President Alan Wildeman has announced that Prof. Jeff Berryman has agreed to take on the role of Acting Provost and Vice-President, Academic. Prof. Berryman is currently in the third year of his term as Associate Vice-President, Academic, and is an internationally renowned legal scholar, a Distinguished University Professor, and Professor of Law. He previously served as Dean of the Faculty of Law at the University of Windsor.

Alan WildemanThe May 8 Farewell Dinner of Appreciation will honour Alan Wildeman as he prepares to step down as president of the University of Windsor.

President’s farewell dinner outgrows venue

The May 8 Farewell Dinner of Appreciation will honour Alan Wildeman as he prepares to step down as president of the University of Windsor.

Alan WildemanThe Farewell Dinner of Appreciation will honour Alan Wildeman as he prepares to step down as president of the University of Windsor.

Dinner to bid farewell to outgoing president

The Farewell Dinner of Appreciation will honour Alan Wildeman as he prepares to step down as president of the University of Windsor.

University of Windsor President Alan Wildeman says SMART Windsor Essex could "further define the nationally recognized strengths of Windsor and Essex County."University of Windsor President Alan Wildeman says SMART Windsor Essex could "further define the nationally recognized strengths of Windsor and Essex County."

UWindsor joins community partners in Smart Cities Challenge

Windsor and Essex County have accepted the Smart Cities Challenge.

Stakeholders in the initiative gathered for a formal announcement at the Joyce Entrepreneurship Centre to launch the SMART Windsor Essex — Smart Cities Challenge, which tasks municipalities to think creatively in achieving meaningful outcomes for residents using innovation, data and connected technology.

The winner of the challenge can receive up to $50-million from Infrastructure Canada to implement their ideas.

Alan Wildeman, Takako ItoUWindsor president Alan Wildeman welcomes Takako Ito, the consul-general of Japan in Toronto, to campus Thursday.

Campus opens doors to Japanese diplomat

The Japanese consul-general to Toronto spoke with MBA students Thursday in the Odette School of Business.

Jean Wright, Jacqueline Stagner, Bill WrightAlumni Association president Jean Wright (BA 1971, B.Ed 1972) and former president Bill Wright (BA 1970, LLB 1973) flank their daughter, engineering professor Jacqueline Stagner (BASc 1999), at Wednesday’s luncheon for alumni who work on campus. Photo by Paige Romberg

Luncheon reception celebrates alumni-employees

A luncheon Wednesday celebrated UWindsor employees who are also graduates of the institution.

Peter Zimmerman, Pierre Boulos, Rita LaCivita, Daniella Beaulieu, Jeff Noonan, Alan WildemanOfficials from the University and the faculty association met Tuesday for the official signing of a collective agreement through June 2021. Standing: Peter Zimmerman and Pierre Boulos, co-chairs of the WUFA negotiating committee; vice-president of human resources Rita LaCivita and director of academic labour relations Daniella Beaulieu, co-chairs of the University negotiating team; seated: WUFA president Jeff Noonan, UWindsor president Alan Wildeman.

University and faculty officially conclude contract

Officials from the University of Windsor and the Windsor University Faculty Association formally signed their collective agreement Thursday.

Windsor Mayor Drew Dilkens presents University of Windsor President Alan Wildeman with a heritage plaque for the rehabilitation of the former Windsor Star.Windsor Mayor Drew Dilkens presents University of Windsor President Alan Wildeman with a heritage plaque for the rehabilitation of the former Windsor Star.

UWindsor presented with heritage plaque for preservation of former Windsor Star site

The storied past of the former Windsor Star building will be accessible to future generations thanks to the University of Windsor.

City of Windsor mayor Drew Dilkens presented UWindsor president Alan Wildeman with a plaque that recognizes the heritage value of the Beaux-Arts style building at 167 Ferry Street.