Rachel Aleks

Elder Bryan Loucks (Wassayshikung)Elder Bryan Loucks (Wassayshikung) of the Marten Dodem, Hiawatha First Nation, Bkejwanong Territories, speaks during a March 10 workshop on Indigenization of business education.

Workshop intended to advance Indigenization of business education

A workshop on Indigenization of Business Education, held March 10 at the Odette School of Business, 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.

Rachel AleksManagement and labour studies professor Rachel Aleks of the Odette School of Business is the winner of the 2022 John T. Dunlop Outstanding Scholar Award from the Labor and Employment Relations Association.

Business prof recognized for research into industrial relations

The Labor and Employment Relations Association has conferred an outstanding scholar award on business professor Rachel Aleks.
Rachel AleksRachel Aleks, an associate professor in the Odette School of Business, has secured a $63,000 grant from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council to study the various ways labour unions can address sexual harassment. Photo © Dave Burbank

Business prof awarded grant to study how unions can fight sexual harassment

Business professor Rachel Aleks will study how labour unions can address sexual harassment.