JOIN US AT OPEN HOUSE MARCH 7

Economics

Tongzhe LiPublic resistance can scupper plans to use recycled wastewater to conserve freshwater, says economics professor Tongzhe Li.

Economist to probe resistance to water recycling

Public resistance can scupper plans to use recycled wastewater to conserve freshwater, says economics professor Tongzhe Li.

Tags: 
Yahong Zhang, Jay Rhee, Yan He, Chris HouserYan He, second from right, is one of two master’s candidates in applied economic and policies honoured with the program’s highest Cumulative Grade Point Average award. Congratulating her are program co-ordinator Yahong Zhang, director Jay Rhee, and dean of science Chris Houser.

First class celebrates completion of master’s program in applied economic and policy

Faculty and staff gathered to celebrate the first class of Master of Applied Economics and Policy students, about to graduate from the program.

Economics expanding its reach worldwide

With more than 100 students in its graduate programs, enrolment in economics is growing in numbers and diversity, says professor Marcelo Arbex.

“We have been attracting students from all over the world,” says Dr. Arbex, economics graduate director. Besides Canada, master’s students have come from Bangladesh, China, Ghana, India, Kazakhstan, Mongolia, Nigeria, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Suriname and United Arab Emirates.

As part of one of the Windsor Science Academy program activities, Sandwich Secondary students Jordan Sin (l.), Liam Salt (centre) and CJ Rempillo (r.) shatter flowers they had flash-frozen by dipping them in liquid nitrogen at -196° C.As part of one of the Windsor Science Academy program activities, Sandwich Secondary students Jordan Sin (l.), Liam Salt (centre) and CJ Rempillo (r.) shatter flowers they had flash-frozen by dipping them in liquid nitrogen at -196° C.

High schoolers explore science at UWindsor

34 high schoolers from across Windsor-Essex who spent a week in the Faculty of Science for short lectures, fun activities and lab exercises. 

A former Hockey player earned his master’s degree in economics for his research on the impact that playing for a Stanley Cup-winning team has on a player’s ability to negotiate salary.A former Hockey player earned his master’s degree in economics for his research on the impact that playing for a Stanley Cup-winning team has on a player’s ability to negotiate salary.

Player’s thesis shows the dollars and cents of a Stanley Cup win

A former Lancer Hockey and Windsor Spitfires player applied his unique insight into hockey contract negotiations to earn his master’s degree in economics.