Judi Wilson

alumni at Rock of Ages eventAlumni enjoying the ambience in the CAW Student Centre Thursday: Stephanie Groves, Judi Wilson, Barb Biggar, Ray Laurinaitis, Rick MacDonald, Steve and Claudia Freeman.

Decades of music echo through anniversary concert

Organizers called Thursday’s 50th anniversary Rock of Ages concert a huge success.

Two-time winner earns provincial recognition for mentoring student nurses

Peer education is the most effective form of health promotion, says Judi Wilson, which is why she feels student nurses working with her are the backbone of the program.

“I am fortunate that the Faculty of Nursing can send students to work with me,” says Wilson, health promotion nurse in Student Health Services. “I don’t know how my office could function without them.”

Students line up to get shot

Flu clinics on the University of Windsor campus November 21 and 22 did a brisk business, administering the vaccine free to Ontario residents.

“Our numbers overall are up this year in comparison to previous years,” said Judi Wilson, health promotion nurse in Student Health Services.

She said the Windsor Essex County Health Unit offers the mobile clinics to make it more convenient for people to get vaccinated: “We try to go all around the community and the county and hit all the major areas.”