Continuing Education’s program in International Trade and Border Management builds knowledge of cross-border issues necessary to business.
A paper by UWindsor researchers discusses how to responsibly restore mobility across land borders during the pandemic.
Restricting the movement of people across the Canada-U.S. border has negative consequences for the Canadian economy, says a UWindsor research team.
Bill Anderson and Laurie Tannous of the Cross-Border Institute will livestream April 23 a discussion of the impact on international trade of COVID-19.
The alumni association will open its Annual General Meeting and Awards Presentation reception at 5 p.m. Thursday in the student centre.
The UWindsor alumni association’s Annual General Meeting and Awards Presentation is set for Nov. 14 in the student centre.
An event hosted Tuesday by the Institute for Border Logistics and Security will teach industry leaders how to expand their operations into Mexico.
Laurie Tannous is chief executive officer of the Institute for Border Logistics and Security.