Continuing Education’s program in International Trade and Border Management builds knowledge of cross-border issues necessary to business.
Upgrades to cameras and sensors will enable better prediction of commercial traffic at border crossings in Windsor.
A study from the Cross-Border Institute says Windsor and Detroit should create a transportation cluster to benefit from the bridge under construction.
Cross-Border Institute executive director Marta Leardi-Anderson joined a panel to discuss homeland security and the Canada-U.S. relationship.
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.
Jozef Zajac will discuss “Generalized Regression Methods with Applications,” on Monday, Nov. 25.
A $5 million investment announced Friday by the federal government will help make Windsor-Essex a leader in mobility innovation.