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Master of Management Director's List Award Ceremony & Lounge Opening

Three Master of Management students with their awards posing with the program director and deans of Odette and Graduate studies.

On Tuesday, November 14, 2023, the Odette School of Business honoured Master of Management students that have maintained a high average in their first two semesters in the program. 

In this inaugural ceremony, students were awarded a certificate and pin to mark their acheivements, as well as enjoying breakfast. 

SCMAO partners with University of Windsor to Expand Pathways to the CSCMP Designation

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Supply Chain Management Association Ontario (SCMAO) and University of Windsor have reached an agreement that will provide an efficient path for graduates of the school’s Master of Management, Logistics and Supply Chain Management program to pursue their Certified Supply Chain Management Professional (CSCMP) designation – at a faster rate.

Windsor squash tournament supported by Odette School of Business

Squash players competing to hit the ball on clear squash court

The Odette School of Business was proud to sponsor the second annual Windsor Cup, a tournament highlighting some of the best established squash players and giving the next generation of squash players a platform.

72 athletes from 20 countries participated in the event, held August 15-19, 2023, at the Devonshire Mall and Windsor Squash and Fitness Club.

Workshop intended to advance Indigenization of business education

Elder Bryan Loucks speaks in front of a presentation of animal and plant picturesElder Bryan Loucks (Wassayshikung) of the Marten Dodem, Hiawatha First Nation, Bkejwanong Territories, speaks during a March 10, 2023 workshop on Indigenization of business education.

Odette School of Business faculty and staff gathered March 10, 2023 to attend a workshop on Indigenization of Business Education, as part of efforts to Indigenize the curriculum and improve Indigenous students’ experience.

The event included opening and closing prayers by Myrna Kicknosway, elder-in-residence in the Faculty of Law, panel discussions on Indigenizing the curriculum and the student experience at Odette, and a session about the University of Windsor’s Indigenous neighbours.