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Douglas Kneale

Sue Mark, Drew Dilkens, Alan Wildeman, Craig Goodman, Douglas KnealeExecutive director facility services Susan Mark, UWindsor president Alan Wildeman, architect Craig Goodman and provost Douglas Kneale accept congratulations from Windsor mayor Drew Dilkens (second from left) on recognition from the city heritage committee.

City recognizes University’s commitment to architectural heritage

UWindsor officials received the 2016 Built Heritage Award during a meeting Tuesday of Windsor city council.

ayla Dettinger and Alan WildemanHistory student Kayla Dettinger accepts UWindsor president Alan Wildeman’s congratulations on one of two outstanding undergraduate student awards conferred during the March 21 Celebration of Research, Scholarship and Creative Activity.

Reception celebrates research, scholarship and creative activity

The accomplishments of UWindsor researchers were highlighted March 21 at a celebratory reception in Ambassador Auditorium.

Cross-disciplinary programs to be overseen by academic faculties

Because interdisciplinarity has become so thoroughly integrated across campus, the University no longer needs dedicated body to administer inter-faculty programs, provost Douglas Kneale said Thursday in announcing that programs currently housed in the Centre for Inter-Faculty Programs will be administered by the faculties of education; science; and arts, humanities, and social sciences.

The programs themselves will continue in their present form, Dr. Kneale wrote in a message to the campus community, but effective May 1: