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Research

Blue and Gold pieces in puzzles labelled "Health"The Office of the Vice-President, Research and Innovation, invites health agencies or organizations to reach out for assistance.

University extending helping hand to health agencies

The Office of the Vice-President, Research and Innovation, invites health agencies or organizations to reach out for assistance.

Research Ethics Board to provide guidance during COVID-19 emergency

The University of Windsor Research Ethics Board will continue to be available to researchers and study participants by email through the REB mailbox — ethics@uwindsor.ca — and by voicemail at the Office of Research Ethics 519-253-3000, ext. 3948.

Both the REB email and REB voicemail will be monitored daily, even if Office of Research Ethics is closed. The REB will continue to respond to requests to revise for active projects and review of unanticipated and adverse events submitted by e-mail.

students gathered around tableIn-class and face-to-face experiences are uniquely valuable for students and should be protected at all costs, writes a UWindsor education professor.

Mandatory e-learning poses problem for high schoolers: researcher

In-class and face-to-face experiences are uniquely valuable for students and should be protected at all costs, writes a UWindsor education professor.

Post-doc position to probe paucity of women executives in public transit

In a more environmentally-conscious world, public transportation is growing in importance. But is it growing in gender equity?

Lindsey Jaber, assistant professor in educational psychology, seeks to find out.

She invites emerging researchers to apply for a post-doctoral fellowship on her project “Transit Gender Sunshine List,” an assessment of the representation of women as CEOs and directors of Canadian transit systems.

Cathy Mombourquette, Marla Rivard, Kyle Lago, Robert Gordon, Lisa Porter, Patti France, Janice Kaffer, Karen Metcalfe holding sparklersA signing ceremony Monday formally launched the WE-Spark Health Institute. Celebrating are: Cathy Mombourquette, WE-Spark communications and events co-ordinator; Marla Rivard, WE-Spark administrative assistant; Kyle Lago, WE-Spark translational research associate; UWindsor president Robert Gordon; WE-Spark executive director Lisa Porter; St. Clair College president Patti France; Janice Kaffer, president of Hôtel-Dieu Grace Healthcare; Karen Metcalfe, WE-Spark assistant director.

Institutions join forces to further community health

A signing ceremony Monday formally launched the WE-Spark Health Institute.