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Welcome Alumni

The very first day you set foot on the UWindsor campus, you received a lifetime membership in the Alumni Association, a tight-knit community of classmates, faculty and staff who are here to support you throughout your career. This network can help you find a new job, adjust to a new city and recruit the best and brightest employees.

We know that all of you care deeply about UWindsor and want to help seal its reputation as one of Canada's best. Become a mentor for fellow alumni or become a coop employer for UWindsor students. Another great way to help is to make a donation to fund student awards and scholarships, expand and upgrade facilities and reward top faculty.

The Alumni Association Board of Directors is currently recruiting new members. We are looking for volunteers to commit to three, two-year terms on the board and be actively involved in alumni engagement activities. The Alumni Association's mission, through service to the University of Windsor, adds value to the lives of students and alumni. Please read a description of our volunteer board members.

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Recent Alumni News

Feb 25 2015 - 12:04am

The University of Windsor Alumni Association invites nominations for the Alumni Award for Distinguished Contributions to University Teaching.

All full-time members of the teaching faculty, with a minimum of five consecutive years teaching at the University of Windsor, are eligible for the award. Intent to nominate forms must be submitted along with the nominees CV and teaching evaluations, by February 26.

Feb 9 2015 - 12:15am

The founders of Theatre Arcturus, grads of the UWindsor drama school, spoke with students about their business experiences.

Feb 3 2015 - 12:24am

The airdrop of food into Nazi-occupied Netherlands is the subject of a presentation this weekend during the Windsor Military Studies Conference.

Feb 3 2015 - 12:23am

Registering with the One Match Stem Cell and Marrow Network could make you a lifesaver.

Jan 23 2015 - 12:36am

An app to educate new mothers about breastfeeding was developed with the help of two UWindsor computer science students.