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Siyaram Pandey

Natasha KekreNatasha Kekre will give a public talk and seminar on her research on cellular immunotherapy Friday, Sept. 26.

UWindsor alumna to give public talk and seminar

Natasha Kekre will give a public talk and seminar on her research on cellular immunotherapy Friday, Sept. 26.

The University of Windsor's Sarah Woodruff Atkinson, Austin Roth, Anshika Jain and Alan Wildeman pose with Windsor Mayor Drew Dilkens after accepting their Mayor's Awards on Dec. 19, 2017.The University of Windsor's Sarah Woodruff Atkinson, Austin Roth, Anshika Jain and Alan Wildeman pose with Windsor Mayor Drew Dilkens after accepting their Mayor's Awards on Dec. 19, 2017.

Faculty, students honoured with Mayor's Awards

Windsor Mayor Drew Dilkens honoured several members of the University of Windsor community last month.

Dilkens presented awards to 29 individuals and groups for making the city a better place during the Celebrating 2017 Mayor’s Awards.

The University, staff and students received five of the awards.

Graduate student Austin Roth received the mayor’s Award for Athletics and Recreation.

Dilkens said Roth had many nominations and was selected because he has been valued as a team player, mentor, coach and friend.

mangoA mango tasting party Tuesday outside Essex Hall will raise money for the Canadian World Education Foundation.

Celebration of mangoes to bear charitable fruit

A mango tasting party Tuesday outside Essex Hall will raise money for the Canadian World Education Foundation.

Siyaram Pandey, Preston Harris, Shane Miles, Aldo DiCarlo, Ian France, Chris Houser, Douglas KnealeA donation of more than $43,000 will support research into treatments for prostate cancer. On hand for a cheque presentation Tuesday were (from left): professor Siyaram Pandey; Preston Harris of the Windsor Essex Prostate Cancer Support Group; Shane Miles, Aldo DiCarlo, Ian France of the Windsor-Essex Ride for Dad; dean of science Chris Houser; and provost Douglas Kneale.

Motorcyclists wheel in to support fight against prostate cancer

A donation of more than $43,000 will support UWindsor research into using natural extracts to treat prostate cancer.