Jill Urbanic

Francine SchlosserUWindsor business professor Francine Schlosser speaks with partners during a reception Tuesday in the Entrepreneurship Practice and Innovation Centre.

Fellowship program to foster inter-disciplinary collaboration around entrepreneurship

A new program of the Entrepreneurship Practice and Innovation Centre (EPICentre) aims at harnessing creative energies across the campus to transform campuses, communities, and disciplines.

The EPICentre Entrepreneurship Faculty Fellows Program will offer a one-year renewable appointment and fund students supervised by faculty members in their own disciplines to drive projects that reflects the interface between their own academic areas and entrepreneurship.

Andrea Pedroza, Oscar Silva, Jordyn Mcdonald and Salem JabrAndrea Pedroza, Oscar Silva, Jordyn Mcdonald and Salem Jabr show off the watches and plaque they received for a second-place finish in the case competition of the Institute of Industrial Engineers national conference.

Second-place showing in national case competition “something to brag about” for industrial engineering students

A team of engineering students won a second-place showing in a national competition to improve emergency room organization in a Toronto hospital.
Bill Bishop, Jill Urbanic, Mehrdad SaifEngineering professor Jill Urbanic (centre) accepts congratulations from Bill Bishop of the Sandford Fleming Foundation and Windsor engineering dean Mehrdad Saif on receiving the Wighton Fellowship on Friday.

Professor honoured for innovation in teaching engineering

Engineering professor Jill Urbanic won a national award for her innovative teaching of laboratory-based courses.

Speaker to address economics of sports broadcasting

Can advertising make free-to-air broadcasting more profitable than pay-per-view television?

Stefan KesenneEconomics professor Stefan Késenne of the University of Antwerp and Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium, will address this question in a free public lecture on Friday, September 23, at noon in room 144, Human Kinetics Building.

This event is the first of the year in the Faculty of Human Kinetics Distinguished Speakers’ Series.