Douglas Kneale

Douglas KnealeInterim president Douglas Kneale will host a session Feb. 6 to discuss with students the changes to post-secondary education recently announced by provincial government.

Session to offer info on changes to post-secondary education

A session Feb. 6 will offer students information on the changes to post-secondary education recently announced by provincial government.

Roman MaevPhysicist Roman Maev speaks to reporters during the launch of ONtech Rapid Coatings.

New company born of UWindsor research

A company launched Tuesday will market a new way of applying powder coatings that cleans, coats, and works metal in a single operation.

UWindsor interim president Douglas Kneale toasts the holidays in a video message to prospective students.UWindsor interim president Douglas Kneale toasts the holidays in a video message to prospective students released this week.

Video extends season’s greetings

A video message to prospective students places them at a communal holiday meal outside Dillon Hall.

Douglas KnealeUWindsor president Douglas Kneale released a message to the campus community Monday.

President’s message looks ahead

UWindsor president Douglas Kneale released a message to the campus community Monday.

Max Arvidsson, David Adelaja, Douglas Kneale, Amal SiddiquiUWindsor president Douglas Kneale, second from right, poses with students Max Arvidsson, David Adelaja, and Amal Siddiqui, during the Nov. 2 launch of the Windsor Proud campaign.

Putting pride in promotions a professional priority

A workshop Dec. 13 will provide practical examples of how to incorporate “Windsor Proud” into departmental communication and promotion efforts.

Douglas Kneale, Patti Lauzon, Tranum Kaur, Chris HouserChemistry professor Tranum Kaur (third from left) accepts congratulations on her Excellence in Mentoring Award from UWindsor president Douglas Kneale, alumni communications director Patti Lauzon, and dean of science Chris Houser during the Celebration of Teaching Excellence, Nov. 21 in the Alumni Auditorium.

Reception celebrates teaching award winners

More than 250 faculty, staff, and students gathered to honour award-winning instructors at the Celebration of Teaching Excellence.