Mitch Fields

young man posed in front of tankAbdur Rahim, a fourth-year student of industrial engineering with a minor in business administration, is currently working a co-op position at General Dynamics Land Systems Canada.

Co-op experience helping create highly employable graduates

Students participating in UWindsor’s co-operative education programs combine their academic education with full-time paid work experience, putting them ahead of the pack when they apply for work after graduation.

“We are always impressed with the calibre of students we work with, and the exciting projects and organizations they are exposed to,” says Mitch Fields, executive director of Co-op, Career and Employment Services.

Mitch FieldsDean Mitch Fields of the Odette School of Business will moderate a panel discussing “Post-COVID Perspectives on Leadership in a Global Setting” during a Breakfast with the Dean on Dec. 7.

Panel to offer perspectives on post-COVID leadership

Dean Mitch Fields of the Odette School of Business will moderate a panel discussing “Post-COVID Perspectives on Leadership in a Global Setting” over breakfast Dec. 7.

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.