Ryan Kenney

Fiona Du, Stephanie Parent, Jacqueline Christie, Sylvia Verhaegen-Tingle, Marlene Kemski, Ryan Kenney, Marcin Pulcer, Susan HoligaContestants Fiona Du, Stephanie Parent, Jacqueline Christie, Sylvia Verhaegen-Tingle, Marlene Kemski, Ryan Kenney, Marcin Pulcer, and Susan Holiga pose with their entries in the IT Services cupcake competition.

Cupcake competition a sweet deal for campus food bank

A bake-off in Information Technology Services showed off the skills of staff competitors while supporting the student food bank.

Videos record presentations by candidates to head IT Services

The two short-listed candidates for executive director of Information Technology Services outlined their visions of its priorities, challenges, and opportunities last week, and the search committee to fill the position invite comment from the campus community.

Video recordings of the presentations by Ryan Kenney and Anna Kirby are available for viewing on the search website, along with their curricula vitae. The page is password-protected and can be accessed only with a UWin ID and password.

Paul Grzeszczak (m.) received the IT Services Achievement Award as part of the first annual IT Services Awards program. In the picture: Gwendolyn Ebbett (r.) and Dr. Alan Wright (l.)Paul Grzeszczak (m.) received the IT Services Achievement Award as part of the first annual IT Services Awards program. In the picture: Gwendolyn Ebbett (r.) and Dr. Alan Wright (l.)

Awards recognize efforts of IT staff members and supporters

Newly established annual IT Services Awards initiative recognizes efforts of IT staff members and supporters.

Lucky staffers celebrating United Way donation

Several UWindsor employees are extra-happy to have contributed to the campus campaign for United Way, after winning prizes in a draw reserved for donors.

Sport therapist David Stoute received one year’s free on-campus parking, and Ryan Kenney of finance as well as the Leddy Library’s Kirsti Stipanicic and Michael Houlahan each won an extra vacation day.

The 2011 campus effort raised $112,000 for the United Way.