Catherine SheaBusiness professor Catherine Shea has found that people looking to get ahead shape their social networks to obtain advantages in the workforce.

Career goals shape social networks, study finds

A new study finds that highly motivated employees form differing patterns of social relationships, helping them to get ahead in their careers.

Session to consider fundamentals of copyright

A free session Tuesday, October 25, will feature an engaging discussion on copyright fundamentals and practical tips on managing copyright in creative work or business.

Guest speaker Catherine Ozimek, a lawyer with the firm Mitchell & Associates, will deliver “Copyright: Hero or Villain? Fundamentals for Entrepreneurs, Artists and Creators,” part of the EPIC Law Lunch and Learn Series.

Student enrollees in the West Windsor poverty reduction program On Track to SuccessStudent enrollees in the West Windsor poverty reduction program On Track to Success pose during an event to announce its launch, Wednesday in the Odette Building.

Professor to gauge success of student support strategy

A UWindsor business professor will measure the impact of a program to provide vulnerable students with support to reach their educational potentials.

World Health Innovation Network issues report on first year

An inaugural report details activities of the World Health Innovation Network in its first year.

The network, based in the Odette School of Business, brokers partnerships to source, embed and scale innovations in health systems.

The report lists its activities as research demonstration projects, education and knowledge generation in three areas of focus:

Acting deans appointed to two faculties

The University of Windsor has appointed acting deans to oversee the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences and the Odette School of Business.

Both appointments are for two-year terms: Marcello Guarini to Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences and Mitch Fields to the Odette School of Business