Myra Tawfik

Navdeep BainsNavdeep Bains, federal Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development, will lead a discussion of corporate board diversity and the national intellectual policy Wednesday on the UWindsor campus.

Federal minister to visit campus for discussion on economic growth, innovation, and inclusion

National intellectual policy and corporate board diversity are the subjects of a campus discussion Wednesday with federal minister Navdeep Bains.

Windsor Law professor Myra J. TawfikWindsor Law professor Myra J. Tawfik has begun a two-year term as EPICentre Professor in Intellectual Property Commercialization and Strategy.

Law professor takes up post in intellectual property

Windsor Law professor Myra J. Tawfik has begun a two-year term as EPICentre Professor in Intellectual Property Commercialization and Strategy.

In her recently co-written article, UWindsor Law professor Myra Tawfik says intellectual property is big business on a global scale and that IP rights are becoming the global currency of the international knowledge economy.In her recently co-written article, UWindsor Law professor Myra Tawfik says intellectual property is big business on a global scale and that IP rights are becoming the global currency of the international knowledge economy.

Tawfik says IP capacity building is crucial to Canadian economy

UWindsor Law professor Myra Tawfik has recently co-written an article for the Globe & Mail on the importance of Intellectual Property clinics to Canada’s economy.

Officials celebrate the opening of the Law, Technology and Entrepreneurship ClinicOfficials celebrate the opening of the Law, Technology and Entrepreneurship Clinic in the Downtown Windsor Business Accelerator on Tuesday. From left: UWindsor president Alan Wildeman, dean of law Camille Cameron, Accelerator director Arthur Barbut, clinic founder Myra Tawfik, and law professor Bruce Elman.

Clinic to provide free legal services to start-up businesses

A new program that provides local start-up businesses and entrepreneurs with free legal services was formally launched Tuesday.

Win tickets to recital by faculty trio

The School of Music is offering DailyNews readers a chance to win two free tickets to a recital of classical works featuring clarinetist Trevor Pittman, pianist Gregory Butler and violinist Lillian Scheirich, on Sunday, November 13, at 2:30 p.m. in Assumption University Chapel. Tickets are $15 general admission, available at the door or in advance by phone at 519-253-3000, ext. 4212; or online at www.uwindsor.ca/music.