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Jackie Imeson, who reached 25 years of service in 2015, accepted congratulations from UWindsor president Alan Wildeman during a luncheon on June 12.Jackie Imeson, who reached 25 years of service in 2015, accepted congratulations from UWindsor president Alan Wildeman during a luncheon on June 12.

Luncheon honours UWindsor employees for 25 years of service

When Jackie Imeson joined UWindsor in 1988 she had no idea she would stay for 25 years. “Time goes by, and before you know it, it is 25 years later,” she says.

Imeson was among a group of employees recognized for 25 years of service at a June 12th luncheon in the Ambassador room, hosted by President & Vice-Chancellor Alan Wildeman and the Department of Human Resources.

Imeson started at UWindsor as a part-time clerk at the bookstore and is now a trade book buyer and textbooks buyer assistant.

Faculty of Law Dean Camille Cameron has accepted a position as Dean of Dalhousie University’s Schulich School of Law, beginning September 1, 2015.Faculty of Law Dean Camille Cameron has accepted a position as Dean of Dalhousie University’s Schulich School of Law, beginning September 1, 2015.

Windsor Law dean accepts position at Dalhousie

UWindsor President Alan Wildeman, and Provost Douglas Kneale announced that Faculty of Law Dean Camille Cameron will be leaving the University of Windsor this summer.

The young entrepreneurs Scott Nguyen (l.) and Jimmy Truong (r.) discussed an app they have created with Deputy Premier Deb Matthews (center), during her tour at the University’s business incubator, the Entrepreneurship Practice and Innovation Centre.The young entrepreneurs Scott Nguyen (l.) and Jimmy Truong (r.) discussed an app they have created with Deputy Premier Deb Matthews (center), during her tour at the University’s business incubator, the Entrepreneurship Practice and Innovation Centre.

Deputy Premier meets entrepreneurs during EPIC visit

Young entrepreneurs had a chance to showcase their business ideas for Deputy Premier Deb Matthews, during her visit to the Entrepreneurship Practice and Innovation Centre.

President Alan Wildeman, joined by UWindsor Student Alliance president Jaydee Tarpeh (l.) and Organization of Part Time University Students president Ed King (r.) signed an agreement to continue joint operation of CAW Student Centre, Tuesday. President Alan Wildeman, joined by UWindsor Student Alliance president Jaydee Tarpeh (l.) and Organization of Part Time University Students president Ed King (r.) signed an agreement to continue joint operation of CAW Student Centre, Tuesday.

UWindsor and students sign to continue joint operation of CAW Student Centre

President Alan Wildeman, joined by UWindsor Student Alliance president Jaydee Tarpeh and Organization of Part Time University Students president Ed King signed an agreement to continue joint operation of CAW Student Centre.