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University of Windsor photo bookContest winner Justin Hall will receive this beautiful hard-bound book, featuring campus images by photographer Richard Bain.

Engineer converts knowledge of campus into prize win

Justin Hall, a shift engineer in the University’s Energy Conversion Centre, won Monday’s DailyNews quiz and the prize of a beautiful book of images by photographer Richard Bain.

Hall’s entry was drawn from those who correctly identified the setting of photos drawn from the book. Look for the answers below.

To help celebrate the University of Windsor’s 50th anniversary year, DailyNews will run a contest at the beginning of each week, offering a prize donated by the University Boookstore. Today’s prize is a hardbound volume featuring 120 pages of full-colour photos, as well as essays on the University’s history, profiles of trailblazers, and a foreword by professor emeritus and world-renowned author, Alistair MacLeod.

It is available for purchase from the Bookstore at a cost of $50, with proceeds supporting student scholarships. Here is a sample of its contents, in the form of the correct answers to Monday's quiz:

Colin Novak in anechoic chamber
1. Professor Colin Novak works with graduate students in his anechoic chamber in the Centre for Automotive Research and Education.

students in foyer
2. Students roam the hallowed halls of Dillon Hall.

foundry
3. Students pour molten aluminum into moulds in the LeBel Building’s foundry.

staircase
4. Artworks adorn these staircases in the Leddy Library.

students bent over exam papers
5. These students are writing exams in the CAW Student Centre’s Ambassador Auditorium.