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Richard Peddie

Mike Havey, Nihar Biswas, Richard PeddieEngineering professor Nihar Biswas (centre) receives congratulations from athletic director Mike Havey and alumnus Richard Peddie on an award recognizing his support of Lancer student-athletes.

Engineering professor recognized for his work outside of the classroom

Nihar Biswas’s dedication to the University of Windsor extends well beyond the classroom walls. When Dr. Biswas isn’t lecturing on water quality and waste management, the civil engineering professor is helping attract top student athletes to UWindsor.

“While many of our students and staff may recognize Nihar as a frequent visitor to the St. Denis Centre and a regular exerciser on our track, what many probably don’t know is all the work he is doing behind the scenes to help our Lancer teams,” athletic director Mike Havey said April 6 at the Lancer Evening of Excellence.

Richard PeddieAuthor and retired business executive Richard Peddie will impart leadership lessons in a free public lecture Friday in the Human Kinetics Building.

Leadership lessons subject of lecture

Author and retired business executive Richard Peddie will impart leadership lessons in a free public lecture Friday in the Human Kinetics Building.

Mike Bates, Richard Peddie and Alan WildemanAlumni Association president Mike Bates, guest speaker Richard Peddie and UWindsor presient Alan Wildeman don scarves at Thursday’s luncheon for campus workers who hold degrees from the University.

Alumni working on campus hear call to leadership roles

A luncheon Thursday recognized campus employees who are graduates of the University of Windsor.

Symposium to bring together leaders of tomorrow

What do these people have in common: former Toronto Maple Leafs GM Brian Burke, management psychologist Richard Davis, industrialist Diane Reko and men’s fashion icon Harry Rosen?

They are among the speakers at the Odette Leadership Symposium, February 15 and 16. The symposium, a Richard Peddie Leadership Initiative, will help students and recent graduates from across North America to unleash their inner leaders.

Business alum shares secrets of leadership

Richard Peddie took up his new appointment as leader-in-residence at the Odette School of Business with a morning address to a packed auditorium Wednesday.

Peddie – a UWindsor grad (BComm 1970, honorary LLD 2001) and recently-retired president of Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment – spoke to his vision of producing business leaders of the future. He peppered his talk with stories from his career spanning three decades of senior executive roles in some of Canada’s most prominent organizations.

Business alum to inspire the leaders of tomorrow

His experience as president of Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment has given UWindsor alumnus Richard Peddie (BComm 1970, honorary LLD 2001) great insight into entrepreneurialism, leadership and innovation.

A new initiative of the Odette School of Business will extend the influence of the recently retired executive.