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Thursday October 17th, 2013

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The University of Windsor will confer degrees on nearly 900 graduating students during two sessions of the University’s 100th Convocation ceremonies Saturday at 10am and 3pm.

At 10am degrees will be conferred on the graduating classes in the Faculty of Engineering (including Graduate Studies); Faculty of Nursing (including Graduate Studies); Faculty of Science (including Graduate Studies); and Inter-Faculty Programs.

In honour of the University of Windsor’s 50th anniversary, more than 20 members of the Class of 1963 will walk across the Convocation stage to be recognized at the 10am session.

At the 3pm session, degrees will be conferred on the graduating classes in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (including Graduate Studies); Faculty of Education (including Graduate Studies); Faculty of Human Kinetics (including Graduate Studies); the Odette School of Business (including Graduate Studies), and the Faculty of Law.

Dwight Duncan, former Deputy Premier and Minister of Finance for the Province of Ontario, will receive an honorary Doctor of Laws degree and will address Convocation at the 3pm session.

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