Sandra Ondracka

Iftekhar Basith, Maryan Amalow, Clayton Smith, Steve Jancev and Ed KingIftekhar Basith (centre) accepts congratulations from Maryan Amalow, Clayton Smith, Steve Jancev and Ed King on his Student Solidarity Award at the 2016 OPUS banquet.

Part-time students to honour faculty, staff and students at awards banquet

The Organization of Part-time University Students will host its 25th annual awards banquet on Friday, March 24.

Mike Havey, Garry Moore, Moussa Hamadani, Amin Safaei, Eric Vandenbroucke, Sandra OndrackaAthletic director Mike Havey, grounds supervisor Garry Moore, UWSA president Moussa Hamadani, GSS president Amin Safaei, associate athletic director Eric Vandenbroucke, and Campus Recreation coordinator Sandra Ondracka celebrate the installation of a temporary cricket pitch on the Lancers upper field.

Athletics makes pitch for cricketers

The Department of Athletics and Recreation Services is pleased with the installation of a temporary cricket pitch on the south campus.

Sandra Ondracka, Scott Van Hende, Brittany Jennings, Mike HaveyCampus Recreation manager Sandra Ondracka and acting director of ARS Mike Havey flank the department’s student employees of the year, Scott Van Hende and Brittany Jennings.

Luncheon shows appreciation for athletics and recreation student staff

As Lancer teams advanced in post-season play, athletics support staff worried about the prospect of hosting the Queen’s Cup for the Ontario University Athletics championship in men’s hockey the same weekend as the Final Eight tournament for national women’s basketball.

One thought kept his department from panicking, acting director of Athletics and Recreational Services Mike Havey said Friday: “We knew we had a student employee who could step up and take on that project.”

Innovation and participation earn recognition for Campus Recreation

With 5,000 student participants – and another 1,000 drawn from faculty, staff, and community – Campus Recreation is a huge success story, says intramurals coordinator Josh Leeman.

That success won plaudits last week, as the Ontario chapter of the Canadian Intramural Recreation Association recognized the University of Windsor with its Outstanding Intramural Achievement Award for the sixth straight year. The award honours programs that offer varied activities, promote fair play and build leadership capacity.