Margery Holman

Lancer athletes piling onto balloons.Lancer athletes strategize in a team-building exercise to predict how many people they can pile on balloons without popping any.

Coaches and athletes primed to tackle hazing

An anti-hazing workshop promoted alternative team-building exercises to Lancer athletes and coaches Wednesday.

Rochester Place golf courseLakeshore’s Rochester Place Golf Club is the setting for a seminar on using golf to further women’s careers, August 25.

Golf links sport and career opportunities for women

Leadership Advancement for Women and Sport will introduce women to the rules of golf as a sport and a business tool during an event August 25.

Alumni association to honour achievements of recent grads

Athletes, educators, entrepreneurs and entertainers are among the eight University of Windsor grads who will be honoured for their successes early in their professional careers during the University of Windsor Alumni Association’s annual general meeting on Thursday, November 15.

This year’s recipients of the Odyssey Award are:

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Alumni Association to honour outstanding mentors

The University of Windsor Alumni Association will confer its Excellence in Mentoring Award on two veteran members of faculty—and UWindsor grads—during its annual general meeting on Thursday, November 15.

The award recognizes faculty members who have demonstrated excellence by offering personal, academic and professional guidance to students, and made a significant contribution to their all-round development up to and following graduation.

This year’s recipients are law professor Donna Marie Eansor (LLB 1980) and kinesiology professor Margery Holman (BA 1968, BPE 1969).

Luncheon to fund award in honour of kinesiology pioneer

A luncheon to celebrate the retirement of kinesiology professor Margery Holman will also help to endow a student award in her honour.

Dr. Holman was a member of the University of Windsor’s first class to graduate from the physical and health education program, and went on to teach in that program over a 42-year academic career that will close with her retirement at the end of August.