The Faculty of Engineering is excited to announce a tagline contest. We are looking for you to help us create a long-standing tagline that aligns with our values, mission and our vision for the future. The tagline should be short, catchy, and reinforce our goals. It should also resonate with faculty, staff, students, alumni, and future students.
Prize is $500
The contest will run from November 15th, 2022 to December 6th, 2022. All entries must be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org by or before end of business day on December 6th, 2022. The Faculty Management Group will review and pick the winning entry.
Contest Rules and Regulations
- To be eligible to win $500 (the "Prize"), you must be a current Engineering student, staff or faculty member.
- Participants will be entered into a contest once they email their tagline entry to email@example.com
- To claim the Prize, you must be a current Engineering student, staff or faculty member.
- The Prize is valued at $500.
- The Prize is non-refundable.
- Contest entrants agree the University of Windsor shall be permitted to publish the names of the prize winner(s).
- Contest entries are accepted until the end of business on December 6th, 2022.
- The recipient(s) will be picked by the Faculty Management Group.
- You do not need to be present at the time of selection.
- The winner(s)will receive notice through their UWindsor email of the prize.
- By participating in this contest, all entrants agree to be bound by these Rules & Regulations and agree that the University of Windsor may terminate the contest at any time without prior notice or change to the Rules & Regulations applying there.
- This contest is open to Ontario residents only and is governed by Canadian and Ontario Law.
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2. Enhance resources to enable the best student-centred learning experiences and impactful research
3. Increase research productivity, cross-disciplinary collaboration, research visibility, and impact on our region and beyond
4. Diversify the student population through strategic enrollment, right-sizing of programs and an inclusive environment
5. Establish and enhance progressive mutually beneficial relationships with industry, government, alumni, campus partners and the broader community