Douglas Kneale

Michael Elachkar, a skilled trades professional enrolled in the university’s BEng Tech program, shows Canadian Minister of Foreign Affairs Chrystia Freeland how the class is working with programmable logic controllers to improve industrial automation.Michael Elachkar, a skilled trades professional enrolled in the university’s BEng Tech program, shows Canadian Minister of Foreign Affairs Chrystia Freeland how the class is working with programmable logic controllers to improve industrial automation.

Visit educates federal minister about engineering innovations

Foreign affairs minister Chrystia Freeland met with engineering students and faculty Tuesday.

Douglas Kneale, Datta Pillay, Rita LaCivita, Jeff Berryman, Mike KischUWindsor president Douglas Kneale, campaign co-chair Datta Pillay, vice-president human resources Rita LaCivita, provost Jeff Berryman, and Unifor 2458 rep Mike Kisch celebrate raising the United Way flag over campus Monday.

Charity kicks off campus fundraising campaign

Officials from the University and the United Way raised the charity's flag on a pole outside Chrysler Hall Tower on Monday.

plaque unveilingMembers of the Clark family unveil a plaque dedicating as “Charles and Anna Clark Corner” the parkette at the southwest intersection of Wyandotte Street and Sunset Avenue.

Parkette naming honours legacy of Clark family

A ceremony Tuesday marked the dedication of the Charles and Anna Clark Corner, a new parkette at the corner of Sunset Avenue and Wyandotte Street.

Keitha Riley, Destiny Soney, Michelle Nahdee, Stephanie Pangowish, Candy PalmaterKeitha Riley, Destiny Soney, Michelle Nahdee, and Stephanie Pangowish surround Campus Mental Health Day keynote speaker Candy Palmater, holding a medicine wheel of sweetgrass and tobacco — a gift from the Native Student Alliance.

Student Mental Health Strategy calls for $1.15 million investment

The University will invest an additional $1.15 million over the next five years to improve mental health supports on campus.

Douglas Kneale, Dave Wilson, Mike Biro, Lana Biro, Frank Bisson, Mike Mueller, Margaret Mueller, Jack Freeman, Mitchell Fields, and Michael Diana.Members of the BComm class of 1961 gathered Wednesday for an event recognizing their support for the Odette School of Business. Pictured are UWindsor president Douglas Kneale, Dave Wilson, Mike Biro, Lana Biro, Frank Bisson, Mike Mueller, Margaret Mueller, Jack Freeman, dean Mitchell Fields, and Michael Diana.

Class of 1961 honoured for decades of University support

Members of the BComm class of 1961 gathered Wednesday for an event recognizing their support for the Odette School of Business.