K.W. Michael Siu

Wen TeohWen Teoh is one of two UWindsor recipients of the Minister of Colleges and Universities’ Award of Excellence.

Province hails two UWindsor workers as heroes

Wen Teoh, director of the Entrepreneurship Practice & Innovation Centre (EPICente), and learning specialist Dave Cormier of the Office of Open Learning were among the employees of Ontario universities honoured Friday by Jill Dunlop, provincial minister of colleges and universities.

The two received Minister of Colleges and Universities’ Awards of Excellence, which Dunlop said highlight the “incredible work” being done by Ontario’s faculty, staff, and graduate students.

Robert Gordon, Douglas Kneale, Sathish Pichika, Austin RothA Memorandum of Understanding between the University of Windsor and the Graduate Student Society committed them to work together to improve the student experience. Meeting online Monday were (top row) UWindsor president Robert Gordon and provost Douglas Kneale and (bottom row) GSS president Sathish Pichika and student advocate Austin Roth. Not pictured: interim vice-president, finance and operations Sandra Aversa; vice president, research and innovation K.W. Michael Siu; dean of graduate studies Patti Weir; and GSS vice-president finance Vaibhav Lakhani.

University administration commits to mutual support with grad student government

A Memorandum of Understanding between the University and the Graduate Student Society committed them to work together to improve the student experience.