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Liaison and Student Recruitment

UWindsor representatives at the Ontario Universities’ FairYellow-shirted student ambassadors join faculty and staff to represent the University of Windsor during the Ontario Universities’ Fair in Toronto over the weekend.

Student experience key to UWindsor appeal

Current students make wonderful ambassadors for recruitment efforts, says organizers of the UWindsor presence at the Ontario Universities’ Fair.

Students and staff watch drone hover outside Dillon Hall.Kyle Archibald demonstrates the use of a flying drone for student recruiters Neda Demiri, Dave Bussiere and Zora Savic and digital media production students Naomi Pelkey, Doug Cunningham, Milos Savic and Cherry Theresanathan.

Video production gives students industry experience while promoting campus pride

A video produced by UWindsor students will help attract new enrolment with its showcase of programs and the campus experience.

Dignitaries break ground on the University’s Welcome Centre.Dignitaries break ground on the University’s Welcome Centre: UWindsor president Alan Wildeman, vice-president planning and administration Sandra Aversa, associate Doron Meinhard of Hariri Pontarini Architects, and Amico Design Build vice-president Cindy Prince and general manager Greg Geml.

Work underway on Welcome Centre construction

Near-record cold temperatures Wednesday couldn’t stop the University of Windsor from breaking ground on its Welcome Centre, now under construction at the corner of Wyandotte and Patricia streets.

Despite an unseasonable dusting of snow, a crew traced the building’s distinctive serpentine outline on the ground and invited dignitaries and guests to step inside for a quick ceremony to mark the occasion.