Veronika Mogyorody

Craig Goodman, Veronika Mogyorody, Marcello Guarini, Sandra Aversa, Douglas Kneale, Drew DilkensWindsor mayor Drew Dilkens, right, presents the Built Heritage Award to Craig Goodman, principal, CS&P Architects Inc.; professor emeritus Veronika Mogyorody; dean Marcello Guarini of the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences; Sandra Aversa, special advisor, major capital projects; and Douglas Kneale, interim UWindsor president.

Armouries restoration receives heritage recognition

The City of Windsor honoured the University’s restoration of the former Armouries with a 2019 Built Heritage Award.

Vocalist Madeline Doornaert fronts a jazz combo of Sam Poole on piano, Noah Renault on bass, Matt Lepain on trumpet, Nick Baddeley on drums, Caterina Augimeri on saxophone, and Logan Fletcher on guitar.Vocalist Madeline Doornaert fronts a jazz combo of Sam Poole on piano, Noah Renault on bass, Matt Lepain on trumpet, Nick Baddeley on drums, Caterina Augimeri on saxophone, and Logan Fletcher on guitar.

Talent display celebrates building anniversary

Displays of SoCA student talents centred a Jan. 25 celebration of one year in their downtown campus buildings.

Douglas Kneale congratulates Veronika MogyorodyProvost Douglas Kneale congratulates Veronika Mogyorody of the School of Creative Arts, recipient of a 3M Teaching Fellowship. Dr. Mogyorody points to a monitor patching in her mother through Skype for the ceremony.

Excelling nationally and provincially: UWindsor celebrates teaching award winners

Hundreds gathered November 16 to honour award-winning UWindsor instructors at the Celebration of Teaching Excellence.

Nancy Wright, Veronika Mogyorody, Alan WildemanProfessor Veronika Mogyorody of the School of Creative Arts (centre) receives congratulations from Dean of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Nancy Wright and UWindsor president Alan Wildeman on her international recognition with the Brightspace Innovation in Teaching Award.

Video provides record of Celebration of Teaching Excellence

Watch a video from the 10th annual Celebration of Teaching Excellence

VABE students to showcase third-year projects tonight

Chelsea Alexander was only 15 when she had her first brush with real architecture. Her father was building a new home in Toronto’s Yonge and Eglington neighbourhood, and gave her the chance for some input on the plans, soliciting her opinion on the location of a bathroom and some of the bedrooms.

“I was so excited,” she said. “I’ve always been interested in art, and I had been drawing floor plans ever since I was a little kid, so I was thrilled for the opportunity.”

Very merry awards celebrate service and teaching in Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

Jennifer Rocheleau, secretary to then history department, made a most deserving recipient of an award recognizing staff service in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, professor Miriam Wright told attendees at the faculty’s end-of-year celebration, Wednesday in Vanier Hall.