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Convocation

Former deputy premier of Ontario Dwight DuncanFormer deputy premier of Ontario Dwight Duncan will receive an honorary Doctor of Laws degree Saturday during the University of Windsor’s 100th Convocation ceremonies.

Former deputy premier among Convocation honourees

Nearly 900 graduating students will receive their degrees during the University of Windsor’s 100th Convocation ceremonies Saturday.

Assistant registrar Beth Oakley trains volunteersAssistant registrar Beth Oakley trains volunteers in advance of Convocation, which starts today and continues through Friday at the St. Denis Centre.

Involvement and commitment earn recognition for medalist

Chemistry grad Omar Zghal and business grad Maria Vasilevski are the winners of the President’s and Governor General’s Silver medals, respectively.