Bill Anderson

Ryan Gilleran, Douglas Kneale, Jeff BerrymanRyan Gilleran, an application engineer with ANSYS, demonstrates a virtual reality cave to UWindsor provost Douglas Kneale and associate vice-president academic Jeff Berryman at a $5 million funding announcement for automotive innovation in Windsor-Essex.

Feds make $5 million local investment in mobility innovation

A $5 million investment announced Friday by the federal government will help make Windsor-Essex a leader in mobility innovation.

Douglas Kneale, Alex Besharat, Terry Roman, Charles Achampong, Sean White, Bill Anderson posing with large comically chequeUWindsor interim president Douglas Kneale and Cross-Border Institute director Bill Anderson flank Scotiabank officials Alex Besharat, senior vice-president and head of Canadian wealth management; Terry Roman, director and market lead of commercial banking; Charles Achampong, director of academic partnership engagement and sponsorship philanthropy; and Sean White, ScotiaMcLeod branch manager, director and wealth advisor.

Scotiabank funding to support UWindsor research into global trade

A $500,000 donation will fund the Scotiabank Global Financial Transactions Initiative at UWindsor’s Cross-Border Institute.

posters by UWindsor history student Peter Sawicki on Polish Army recruitment in Windsor during the Second World War Research by UWindsor history student Peter Sawicki on Polish Army recruitment in Windsor during the Second World War will be displayed as part of an exhibition at Friday’s dinner at the Dom Polski Hall.

UWindsor prof to address cultural commercial association

UWindsor professor Bill Anderson is one of the featured speakers during a dinner November 24 celebrating local Polish culture.

Józef ZającJózef Zając from the State School of Higher Education in Chełm will deliver an address on the occasion of an agreement with the University of Windsor, Thursday in the Pitt-Ferry Building.

Presentation to highlight Polish partnership

A lecture Thursday in the Pitt-Ferry Building will mark a new partnership between the University of Windsor and one in Chełm, Poland.

Traffic data to predict border delays: remote sensors counting trucks and cars crossing the Ambassador Bridge will be used to develop models to warn drivers of delays an hour or more in advance.Traffic data to predict border delays: remote sensors counting trucks and cars crossing the Ambassador Bridge will be used to develop models to warn drivers of delays an hour or more in advance.

Cross-Border Institute traffic data will predict border delays

Cross-Border Institute researchers say traffic data collected by remote sensors at the Canada-US border at the Ambassador Bridge will help to predict border delays.