Status of Women, Diversity and Equity Action Committee

SWDEAC Fall 2022 Meeting Schedule
TBD

If you would like to join the SWDEAC, please contact the WUFA office at ext. 3365 or email wufa@uwindsor.ca

SWDEAC 2022-2023

Rajesh Seth, VP SWDE

Civil & Environmental Engineering

Anna Lanoszka, WUFA President ex officio

Political Science
Rita Haase
Women's and Gender Studies
Vicki Jay-LeungLibrary
Pardeep JasraSchool of the Environment

Tranum Kaur

Chemistry & Biochemistry

Thomas KenworthyOdette School of Business
Brandi Lucier
Women's and Gender Studies

Sharon Munro

Library

Mary Lou Dietz Equity Leadership Award 2023 - Call for Nominations, date to be announced

The Mary Lou Dietz Equity Award is a prestigious award that was established to honour the memory of Mary Lou Dietz.  The Windsor University Faculty Association’s Status of Women, Diversity and Equity Action Committee bestows the award each year to honour an individual or group who demonstrates leadership through their contributions to creating a climate of equity, diversity and inclusion on campus.  A Group must be at least 50% current, former or a retired WUFA member.  Nominations for the award may be submitted by Faculty, Staff, Administration, Corporations, Tribunals, Student Groups or any other interested parties or individuals.
Call for Nominations for the Mary Lou Dietz Equity Award - to be announced. 

Mary Lou Dietz Equity Leadership Award

This award is given by the University of Windsor Faculty Association in honour of Mary Lou Dietz, BA. MA. PhD., who was a faculty member and Department Head of Sociology and Anthropology at the University of Windsor. Dr. Dietz served on WUFA's Executive and council numerous times. In 1972 she lobbied for and became a founding member of WUFA's Status of Women Committee. Dr. Dietz helped to establish an executive position of Vice-President, Women's Issues within the faculty association and was the first person elected to this office. Dr. Dietz was involved in collective bargaining as a member of the Contract Committee and the Negotiating Committee, and she was Chief Negotiator in the year that our pay anomaly fund for women was established. In 1994, Mary Lou Dietz was awarded the CAUT Sarah Shorten Award, in recognition of her outstanding achievements in the promotion of the advancement of women in Canadian universities and colleges. She passed away December 29, 2008.

Previous Recipients

2021 - The 2020 award presentation was held no call for nominations in 2021 due to COVID-19

2020 - Dr. Catherine Hundleby, Philosophy

2019 - Dr. Ben C. H. Kuo, Psychology

2018 - Dr. Laverne Jacobs, Faculty of Law

2017 - Dr. Victoria Paraschak, Human Kinetics

2016 - Dr. Anne Forrest, Women's and Gender Studies

2015 - Dr. Andrew Allen, Faculty of Education

2014 - Dr. Lynda D. Corkum, Faculty of Science

2013 - Dr. Richard Moon, Faculty of Law

2012 - Dr. Angela Sodan, Faculty of Computer Science

2011 - Dr. Margery J. Holman, Faculty of Human Kinetics

2010 - removed by request

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