UWindsor anthropology professor Lynne Phillips will take up a five-year post as dean of the Faculty of Arts at Memorial University, effective July 1.
Dr. Phillips has been at the University of Windsor since 1989 and served as head of the Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Criminology from 2000 to 2007. She said she is “thrilled” to be heading to Memorial, located in St. Johns, Newfoundland and Labrador.
The most important work you do this week just might involve rolling up your sleeves and lying down on the job. Canadian Blood Services will hold a full blood donor clinic on Monday, March 19, in Ambassador Auditorium in the CAW Student Centre from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
For this clinic, the Canadian Blood Service will use its appointment system. It encourages donors to book appointments by calling 1-888-2DONATE (1-888-236-6283). Walk-in donors are still welcome but appointments will better accommodate donors' working schedules.
The following Non Union Administration position is available to all applicants through Human Resources.
The following posting closes on Monday, March 26, at 4 p.m.
#2012-NU-02 Distance Education Course Development Coordinator, Odette School of Business, part-time less than 24 hours per week (for approximately 12 months)
The University Bookstore will have the iPad 3 in stock for sale on its official launch date, Friday, March 16.
“We are delighted to be able to announce that,” says marketing manager Martin Deck. “As an authorized campus store for Apple, it is wonderful to be in the position to offer this to our customers as early as anywhere in the world.”
Due to an editing error, Wednesday’s DailyNews published the wrong title for a public lecture tonight by Tracy Davis of Northwestern University.
The correct title of her presentation, part of the Humanities Research Group’s Distinguished Speakers Series, is “Spectatorship’s Sexual Differentiation: From Liberal Individualism to Relationalist Subjecthood.” It is set for 7 p.m. Thursday, March 15, in the Freed Orman Centre, Assumption University.
A message issued jointly Wednesday by University of Windsor Students’ Alliance president André Capaldi and UWindsor president Alan Wildeman announced the reopening of the Thirsty Scholar effective Monday, March 19, with shortened evening hours of operation.
Here is the full text:
Staff from DiMaio Design and JASEL Engineering will conduct measuring of room 364 and all washrooms in Dillon Hall on Friday, March 16, in preparation for proposed renovations in those spaces.
Each washroom will be closed to use while the measurement work is conducted, between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.
Please direct any questions or concerns to project administrator Roger Rivard at 519-253-3000, ext. 2166.
Grab-and-go is good for you, says Paolo Vasapolli, assistant manager of satellite operations for Food Services.
“We are heading toward increasing this concept,” he said Wednesday. “It provides a fresh and healthy meal at an economical price point.”
The Marketplace food court in the CAW Student Centre is increasing the number and range of items available in its Grab-and-go coolers, which feature pre-made sandwiches, salads, fruit drinks and light desserts.
“It’s a spot where students can come in and get something quick that’s still nutritious,” Vasapolli said.
Barefooting: First-year psychology major Patrick Murphy was one of hundreds of students on campus Wednesday to don sandals and shorts yesterday, as the temperature climbed well above 20˚ C.
“The sun is out, so I threw off my shoes and threw on some flip-flops,” he said.