It was cold in Windsor on Wednesday, but hearing testimonies to the winners of Employee Recognition Awards was enough to warm anyone’s heart, chief human resources officer Rita LaCivita told a reception gathered in Vanier Hall to honour the inaugural group of award recipients.
The Department of Human Resources invites the campus community to the first annual Employee Recognition Awards reception, Wednesday, January 23, from 3:30 to 5 p.m. in Vanier Hall’s Winclare A.
This event has been designed to celebrate the outstanding contributions of all employees to the achievement of the University’s mission and vision, says chief human resources officer Rita LaCivita.
At this event, the Employee Recognition Program Awards will be presented to the following individuals/teams:
The recipient of a teaching award from the Canadian Association for Medical Education says she shares the achievement with her instructors in the University Teaching Certificate program offered by the Centre for Teaching and Learning.
“I wish to thank Michael Potter and Pierre Boulos for all the probing introspective questions and feedback,” says Anna Farias, anatomy learning specialist in the Windsor program of the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry.
She completed the first level of the certificate program and is among the first group to start the second level.
In 1588, Tycho Brahe and Nicolaus Raimarus Ursus each published works which advanced alternatives to both the geostatic and geocentric world systems of Aristotle and Ptolemy and to the geokinetic and heliocentric system of Copernicus. A controversy ensued over the authenticity of their systems, since they were remarkably similar.
A young mathematician-astronomer, Johannes Kepler, tried to resolve the conflict with his 1601 Apologia pro Tycho contra Ursum.