Alan Wildeman

Welcoming Celebration 2014Welcoming Celebration will extend an official greeting to new students, Wednesday in the St. Denis Centre.

First-year students invited to Welcoming Celebration

New students get to display their program pride and meet future classmates during Welcoming Celebration in the Dennis Fairall Fieldhouse on Wednesday, September 7, from 3 to 4 pm.

During the ceremony, the Class of 2020 banner will be on display, and university president Alan Wildeman will officially welcome students to the University of Windsor. For many, the annual $3,000 tuition draw sponsored by the Alumni Association is the highlight of this event. Students must attend their program orientation and the Welcoming Celebration to win.

Alan Wildeman, Amit ChakmaUWindsor president Alan Wildeman and Western University president Amit Chakma sign an agreement extending their collaboration in the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry – Windsor Campus, Thursday in the Dr. Murray O’Neil Medical Education Centre.

Signing signals renewal of medical school affiliation

The University of Windsor and Western University recommitted Thursday to an affiliation agreement for the operation of the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry – Windsor Campus for another 10 years.

The first affiliation agreement led to the opening of the Windsor Campus in September 2008. Since then, the program has expanded to include postgraduate residents who train in Windsor, the first stages of the development of a research program, an enhanced role in helping to improve healthcare delivery in the community, and a greater role in faculty affairs.

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.

Sue Mark, Drew Dilkens, Alan Wildeman, Craig Goodman, Douglas KnealeExecutive director facility services Susan Mark, UWindsor president Alan Wildeman, architect Craig Goodman and provost Douglas Kneale accept congratulations from Windsor mayor Drew Dilkens (second from left) on recognition from the city heritage committee.

City recognizes University’s commitment to architectural heritage

UWindsor officials received the 2016 Built Heritage Award during a meeting Tuesday of Windsor city council.