Marketing students produced a special publication on the business school experience, distributed inside the Windsor Star today.
Two Odette School of Business professors were successful in a Wharton Customer Analytics Initiative (WCAI) competition for access to an extensive database from a major international travel & tourism company.
A video produced by UWindsor students will help attract new enrolment with its showcase of programs and the campus experience.
President Alan Wildeman provided the campus community with an initial projection for fiscal 2015-16 in an update Friday.
Saying she hopes to work with faculties and departments to meet their student recruitment goals, Katia Benoit is looking forward to expanding recruitment in the US while continuing a focus on key regions in Ontario.
Benoit, a liaison officer since 2000 and a two-time UWindsor grad (BSc 2000, M.Ed 2008), recently took up an appointment as acting director of student recruitment. In this role, she will manage UWindsor student outreach efforts within Canada and the US.
Olivia Parent, a student of languages, literatures and cultures, receives a $250 cash prize during last week’s Organization of Part-time University Students social from executive director Maryan Amalow. Parent's name was drawn from respondents to the organization’s fall 2012 survey on engagement of its members, which was aimed at improving access to and the quality of its services.
Dave Bussière, assistant vice-president, records and admissions, counts the University’s student recruitment office as part of his portfolio.
A professor of marketing, he will discuss student recruitment, public relations, and enhancing the student life experience in an address to the Organization of Part-time University Students’ social, Tuesday, February 12. All students are welcome to attend, full- or part-time.
The presentation of the University of Windsor at the Ontario Universities Fair, September 28 to 30 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre was equal to any university in Ontario—and better than most, said Dietmar Lage, head of the Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures.
The event is a key opportunity to demonstrate to high school students the benefits of pursuing their education here. Dr. Lage said participating as part of the recruitment team gave him a great sense of pride.
Marian Doll, a financial aid administrator since May 1990, will assume the position of acting director of the Student Awards and Financial Aid office while a formal search identifies a permanent successor to Aase Houser, who will retire August 1.
In announcing the appointment, Dave Bussière, assistant vice-president, admissions and records, praised Houser’s almost 40 years of service to the university, characterized by her “calm demeanour, diplomacy and tact” when dealing with stressful situations.