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Gurupdesh PandherGurupdesh Pandher, professor of finance in the Odette School of Business, discussed inflation’s impact on the Canadian economy and markets with journalist Katerina Georgieva on Sept. 21.

Professor discusses impact of inflation

Although the Consumer Price Index is moving in the right direction, inflation and higher interest rates to combat it will continue to have an impact on equity markets and employment, says finance professor Gurupdesh Pandher.

He discussed August data on inflation in an interview with CBC News on Sept. 21, the day of the data’s release.

suitsWindsor Regional Hospital received the Sue Skrobiak Award of Excellence on Sept. 20 from the Odette School of Business. From left: Bharat Maheshwari, MBA academic director; Mitch Fields, dean of the Odette School of Business; John Skrobiak, Sue Skrobiak’s widower; Karen Riddell, chief nursing officer and chief operating officer of Windsor Regional Hospital; Amie Mandal, Sue Skrobiak’s daughter; Bijan Mandal, Amie Mandal’s husband; Anthony Paniccia, chair of the Windsor Regional Hospital board; David Musyj, Windsor Regional Hospital CEO; Gerry Kerr, MBA professor.

Business school celebrates ties to hospital

Windsor Regional Hospital received the Sue Skrobiak Award of Excellence on Sept. 20 from the Odette School of Business.

Bharat Maheshwari, Irfan Qadir, Ahmed ZabianSquash supporters: Management professor Bharat Maheshwari with CEO Irfan Qadir of the accounting firm Gerald Duthie & Co. and restaurateur Ahmed Zabian of Eastern Flavours.

Business school sponsoring squash showcase

The Odette School of Business is sponsoring world-class squash tournaments in Windsor next week.
Steps for SueThe July 24 Steps for Sue walk/run will raise funds for the Sue Skrobiak Award for Excellence and the Hospice of Windsor and Essex County.

Riverfront walk to support memorial award fund

The July 24 Steps for Sue walk/run will raise funds for the Sue Skrobiak Award for Excellence and the Hospice of Windsor and Essex County.

Wolfgang Braun, Yury Boshyk, Sharon Marshall, Brian Isaacson, Ira CohenOdette School of Business instructor Ira Cohen (far right) receives an award for achievement in the field of executive learning from Yury Boshyk (second from left), chair of the Global Forum organizing team, along with fellow honourees Wolfgang Braun, Sharon Marshall, and Brian Isaacson.

Business prof recognized for contributions to executive learning

Ira Cohen, a sessional lecturer in the Odette School of Business, is honoured to receive an award for Outstanding Achievement in the Field of Executive Learning.

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