Julie Caron

Natasha FeghaliNatasha Feghali (BA 2007, B.Ed 2008) is one of three recent grads who will be honoured during the alumni association’s Annual General Meeting and Awards Presentations on Thursday, November 16.

Awards reception to recognize outstanding alumni

The University of Windsor Alumni Association will honour an outstanding educator as well as six graduates at varying stages of their careers at its Annual General Meeting and Awards Presentations evening on Thursday, November 16, starting at 5 p.m. in the CAW Student Centre's Ambassador Auditorium.

If you plan to attend, RSVP online or e-mail alumni@uwindsor.ca.

philanthropists and beneficiary share a smileMath professor Rick Caron (left) and his daughter alumna Julie Caron (right) pose with Timothy Massawe, founder of the Saidia Agriculture and Social Care Organization, and Elton, a beneficiary of the Canadian World Education Foundation’s work in Tanzania.

Concert to benefit African educational project

The Tunes for Tanzania event March 7 will raise money to send orphaned and vulnerable children in Tanzania to school.

Julie Caron with orphaned childrenJulie Caron and her father Rick Caron pose for a photo with a group of orphaned children sponsored by the Tanzanian chapter of the Canadian World Education Foundation.

Grad helps improve lives of vulnerable children in Tanzania

Julie Caron helped launch the Tanzanian chapter of the Canadian World Education Foundation two years ago, and it is already sponsoring 18 children there.

Basketball coach featured speaker at Chamber of Commerce scholarship luncheon

Chantal Vallée, head coach of the national champion Lancers women’s basketball team, will discuss how she built a winning program and developed the character of her players in a presentation entitled “Lead to Succeed On and Off the Court” today during the 12th annual Athena Scholarship Luncheon.

The event, sponsored by the Windsor-Essex Regional Chamber of Commerce, will honour the three 2011 recipients of the Athena Scholarship: