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Marlys Koschinsky

Dean’s reception showcases achievements of outstanding science students

Whether you call it a pep rally to offer encouragement for the long academic year ahead or recognition for a job well done, Friday’s Faculty of Science Dean’s reception to honour the academic achievements of its brightest students was packed to the rafters with outstanding scholars and their proud families and friends.

More than 350 science students with a grade point average of 90 per cent or greater took their place on the Dean’s Honour Roll and were welcomed by dean of science Marlys Koschinsky.

Physicist honoured with Queen’s Jubilee medal

Recognition earned by William McConkey is a source of pride for the Department of Physics, the Faculty of Science, and the University of Windsor, says dean of science Marlys Koschinsky.

Dr. McConkey, University Professor emeritus in physics, received the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal on Monday, June 18, at Toronto’s Roy Thomson Hall in the presence of the Governor General of Canada and the Lieutenant Governor of Ontario.

“This is wonderful news,” Dr. Koschinsky said. “Bill’s accomplishments are truly a great sources of pride for us.”