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50th Anniversary

Roll of HonourRoll of Honour: This plaque in the foyer of Memorial Hall lists former students of Assumption College killed in World War II.

Building named to honour war dead

A plaque in the foyer of Memorial Hall lists former students of Assumption College killed in World War II.

Neal Education Building a training ground for tomorrow’s teachers

The Leonard and Dorothy Neal Education Building was named to honour a philanthropist who provided significant support to education, art and health institutions in Windsor.

Leonard Neal, who died in 2001, was one of UWindsor’s most dedicated supporters. President of Tamco Limited and a past chair of the Automotive Parts Manufacturers Association, Neal received the Clark Award in 1996 for his outstanding contributions to the University.

Adrien and Lisette GagnonBrother-and-sister act: Adrien Gagnon and Lisette Gagnon perform during the 50th anniversary luncheon at Caesars Windsor.

50th Anniversary celebrations roll on

A Fall Festival on campus November 20 will extend celebrations of the University's 50th anniversary year.

Jonathan TeppermanInternational affairs analyst Jonathan Tepperman is the keynote speaker for the political science department’s 50th anniversary dinner, October 18.

Dinner to celebrate 50 years of political science at UWindsor

International affairs analyst Jonathan Tepperman is the keynote speaker for the political science department’s 50th anniversary dinner, October 18.

Odette celebrates 50th with new wing

The Odette School of Business will unveil its newly renovated south wing during opening ceremonies at the building on Saturday, Sept. 21 at 4 p.m.

The official grand opening is part of UWindsor’s 50th Anniversary Celebration weekend and honours the vision of the building’s namesakes, Louis and Edmond Odette, of converting the former bookstore space into an integrated part of the original Odette building.

Clark Awards to honour four university supporters

A faculty member who spent a career teaching at and supporting UWindsor; a community supporter of UWindsor cancer research; Windsor’s youngest mayor and UWindsor alumnus; and a former Alumni Association president and long-time Board of Governors member, are the four outstanding University and community supporters who will be recognized with a 2013 Clark Award during an evening in their honour this Friday, Sept. 20 at 6:30 p.m.