Odette Professor in Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Odette School of Business, University of Windsor
As the Odette Professor in Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Dr. Schlosser’s research contributes to understanding how educators, employees, migrants, and employers can stimulate entrepreneurial readiness and innovative knowledge-based strategic involvement; and manage mid- and late-career transitions. She focuses on the development of innovative, multi-disciplinary, work-integrated and multi-national experiential course student learning opportunities. Dr. Schlosser held the University of Windsor’s Golden Jubilee Professorship at the Odette School of Business for research excellence from 2013-2018. For more than 15 years, she has engaged students with the Windsor business community through multi-disciplinary venture teams and consulting projects. As Executive Director of the University of Windsor’s Entrepreneurship Practice and Innovation Centre (EPICentre) from 2016-2019, she worked collaboratively to establish a multi-disciplinary entrepreneurial culture.
- Understanding the Context of Resiliency of Older Immigrant Entrepreneurs
- It Takes a Village: Building Resilience by Connecting International Students to the Broader Community
- Discovering Strengths and Building Capacity
- Explaining the Involvement of Institutions in Matching Immigrant Newcomers and Closing Family