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Mehrdad Saif

Mehrdad Saif, Alison Samson, Patti WeirMehrdad Saif, dean of engineering; Alison Samson, director of graduate academic services; Brian Bendig, president of Cavalier Tool and Manufacturing Ltd.; and Patti Weir, dean of graduate studies, attend a ribbon-cutting ceremony on March 29. Cavalier Tool and the provincial government have teamed up to provide to a $15,000 scholarship for engineering graduate students at UWindsor.

Local manufacturer and provincial government announce $15,000 scholarship for engineering students at UWindsor

Cavalier Tool and the provincial government have teamed up to provide to a $15,000 scholarship for engineering graduate students at UWindsor.

Shawn Khoshaien, Jennifer Scherer, Amanda Wilson, Laura Daniel and George VereykenShawn Khoshaien, director of engineering for Union Gas, presents a $500 cheque to Jennifer Scherer, Amanda Wilson, Laura Daniel and George Vereyken for the team’s first-place finish Friday in the Capstone Design Demonstration Day competition.

Beach pavilion design sets engineering students on course to win

An innovative design for a pavilion at Colchester Beach has won praise for a team of Windsor engineering students.

Douglas Kneale, Matt St. Louis, Kemal Tepe, Rupp Carriveau, Andrzej Sobiesiak, Jeff Defoe, Mehrdad SaifProvost Douglas Kneale, Matt St. Louis, Kemal Tepe, Rupp Carriveau, Andrzej Sobiesiak, Jeff Defoe and dean Mehrdad Saif pose at the 2016 Medals of Excellence Ceremony at the Ed Lumley Centre for Engineering Innovation on June 29. St. Louis, Tepe, Carriveau, Sobiesiak and Defoe received medals for their dedication and service to the Faculty of Engineering.

Engineering faculty and staff recognized for dedication and service

Nine engineering faculty and staff members received medals of excellence at a ceremony on June 29.

Alan Wildeman and Jianguo XiaPresidential summit: Alan Wildeman and Jianguo Xia sign internship agreements on behalf of the University of Windsor and Shanghai University of Engineering Science, respectively.

Research internship to strengthen ties to Chinese university in Shanghai

A delegation from Shanghai University of Engineering Science spent Friday at the University of Windsor to discuss opportunities for collaboration.

Mehrdad Saif, Frank A. DeMarco, president Alan Wildeman, and Carl St. PierreDean of engineering Mehrdad Saif, Frank A. DeMarco, president Alan Wildeman, and Carl St. Pierre pose at a lab naming ceremony May 28 at the Ed Lumley Centre for Engineering Innovation.

Former UWindsor leader still making an impact

Although Frank A. DeMarco, a man of many hats, officially left his last UWindsor role 30 years ago, he continues to propel the University of Windsor forward.

The former UWindsor professor, researcher, coach, first dean of engineering, inaugural vice president and now, professor emeritus, was honoured on May 28 at the University of Windsor by former colleagues and students, friends, staff and members of his family, who donated $100,000 to the University’s engineering and science faculties in honour of his illustrious career.

staff of AUTO21The staff of AUTO21 marked its sunset Thursday (from left): director of operations Sandra Bortolotti, scientific director and CEO Peter Frise, former director of external relations Stephanie Campeau, executive assistant Jan Stewart, and manager finance and administration Mary Anne Henderson. Absent: Raed Kadri, Kristie Pearce and Tina Hague.

Automotive research network produced results for industry and for Canadians

A reception Thursday celebrated the 15-year run of the AUTO21 Network of Centres of Excellence.

Dean Mehrdad Saif (l.) and Provost Douglas Kneale (r.) presented engineering professor Vesselin Stoilov (m.) with a medal, honouring him at the newly-established awards program that recognizes the contributions of faculty and staff. Dean Mehrdad Saif (l.) and Provost Douglas Kneale (r.) presented engineering professor Vesselin Stoilov (m.) with a medal, honouring him at the newly-established awards program that recognizes the contributions of faculty and staff.

Windsor Engineering recognizes performance excellence

The newly-established Faculty of Engineering awards program recognizes the contributions of its faculty and staff.