ayla Dettinger and Alan WildemanHistory student Kayla Dettinger accepts UWindsor president Alan Wildeman’s congratulations on one of two outstanding undergraduate student awards conferred during the March 21 Celebration of Research, Scholarship and Creative Activity.

Reception celebrates research, scholarship and creative activity

The accomplishments of UWindsor researchers—faculty and students—were highlighted March 21 at a celebratory reception in Ambassador Auditorium.

“I am absolutely delighted we were able to honour our colleagues who excelled in garnering recognition in the form of awards, grants and honours,” said K. W. Michael Siu, vice-president, research and innovation. “It is gratifying to see so many of our colleagues and their families and groups, community members, and collaborators come celebrate with us.”

In addition to conferring several awards, the event served to mark previous conferral of grants, patents and honours. Find a full list of honourees on the event website.

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