Carlin MillerCarlin Miller will be researching the effectiveness of a course designed to improve mindfulness for teachers and parents of children with ADHD.

ADHD study among projects backed by research stimulus fund

Anyone who ever raised and educated a child with ADHD knows it can be a challenge, but armed with new stimulus funding, a psychology professor is planning to equip parents and teachers with skills to better deal with their demands.

student ambassadorsFrom left are Research Matters student ambassadors Maria van Duirhoven, Rami Gherib and Kelly Carr.

Student ambassadors fly flag for research

They’re trying to figure out how enzymes work in our bodies, better ways for people to select careers based on their personality and how physical activity can improve the lives of those with disabilities – and now they’re flying the flag for research at the University of Windsor.

Canadian ice dancers Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir.Canadian ice dancers Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir star in a show about their lives on and off the ice.

Draw offers prize for encouraging Olympians

A $1,000 prize awaits a fan of Canadian figure skaters Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir for a message to inspire the Olympic champions.

Kathryn BrownThird-year criminology student Kathryn Brown is one of the peer facilitators delivering curriculum for the Bystander Initiative to Mitigate Sexual Violence.

Peers confront sexual violence through bystander training workshops

Growing up in the hyper-masculine atmosphere that goes along with male-dominated sports like travel hockey, Dylan Schentag heard his fair share of sexist locker room jokes and crude remarks about women.

Now a third-year psychology major, he’s doing his part to help change the channel and discourage a culture that objectifies women and ultimately leads to the trivialization of sexual assault.