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Alan Wildeman

screengrab from Place of Promise websiteThe Place of Promise website outlines the University’s priorities for support, as well as the goals and initiatives of individual faculties.

Website to support Place of Promise fundraising campaign

The Place of Promise website outlines the University’s priorities for support, as well as the goals and initiatives of individual faculties.

Enrollees in the poverty reduction program On Track to SuccessEnrollees in the United Way’s youth poverty reduction program On Track to Success pose during an event in the Odette Building to announce its August 2016 launch. It is one of 18 community partnerships to be celebrated at the Clark Awards dinner May 17.

Awards to fête community partnerships

The Clark Awards dinner, May 17, will celebrate 18 community organizations that provide placement experiences to UWindsor students.

Rita LaCivita, Dolores Handsor, John Dekok, John Gartner, Mike Houlahan, Alan WildemanRita LaCivita, vice-president of human resources (left), and UWindsor president Alan Wildeman (right) congratulate Unifor local representatives Dolores Handsor of 2458 full-time, John Dekok of 195 Campus Police, John Gartner of 2458 operating engineers, and Mike Houlahan of 2458 part-time.

Official signing completes campus Unifor contracts

Officials representing the University and its Unifor union locals held a ceremony Thursday to formally sign contracts negotiated in October.

drawing of River CommonsConstruction of the River Commons east of the Biology Building is one of the campus infrastructure projects identified as a priority by president Alan Wildeman.

Fundraising campaign to appeal to sense of place

The University’s fundraising efforts will be recast around the theme “Place of Promise.”