UWindsor Board of Governors Appoints President Alan Wildeman to Second Six-Year Term

Tuesday October 16th, 2012

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At its Tuesday afternoon meeting, the University of Windsor’s Board of Governors appointed Dr. Alan Wildeman, President and Vice Chancellor, to a second six-year term beginning July 1st, 2014.

Dr. Martin Girash, Chair, Board of Governors said, “I am extremely pleased, on behalf of the Board of Governors of the University of Windsor, to announce the appointment of Dr. Alan Wildeman as President and Vice-Chancellor for a second term. He has led the University of Windsor in achieving major accomplishments in the development and implementation of the strategic plan, a renewed focus on the student experience, community partnerships, and capital transformation of our University. We are confident that Dr. Wildeman will continue to facilitate accomplishments in these and other areas during his second term.”

This appointment follows a review process that was carried out over the past six months.  Dr. Wilderman began his current position at the University of Windsor on July 1st, 2008.

“The University of Windsor is an exceptional institution within a great community. It is an honour for me to continue to be a part of it and to be able to continue to advocate on behalf of our students, faculty and staff as we shape our university’s education, creativity, innovation and community engagement in the years to come. I want to thank the Board of Governors for their support and for their efforts to help our university be one that creates pride for a lifetime.” said Dr. Wildeman.

Under Dr. Wildermans first term the university has seen the creation of a downtown campus, the construction of the Ed Lumley Centre for Engineering Innovation, construction of the new integrated Innovation Centre and Parking Structure as well as several improvements to the campus grounds and buildings.

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