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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.

Dave Cooke, Janet Graybiel, Alan Wildeman, Drew DilkensFormer Board of Governors chair Dave Cooke, Windsor Star scion Janet Graybiel, UWindsor president Alan Wildeman and Windsor mayor Drew Dilkens cut a ribbon to signify the official opening of the first of the University’s downtown campus buildings.

Ceremony marks official opening of downtown campus building

A ceremony Monday marked the official opening of the School of Social Work and Centre for Executive and Professional Education.

Information fair to welcome January newcomers

The Centre for Executive and Professional Education, in partnership with Winter Orientation and the International Student Orientation, is hosting an information fair Wednesday for new students joining UWindsor programs in January 2016.

The event runs noon to 2 p.m., January 6, in Vanier Hall’s Winclare C. More than 20 exhibitors will showcase UWindsor services and resources.