A survey on barriers to involvement in conducting health research is aimed at clinicians and researchers in Windsor-Essex.
Shijing Xu has been renewed for a second five-year term as Canada Research Chair in International and Intercultural Reciprocal Learning in Education.
Igniting Discovery Grants will provide funding for health research.
UWindsor history student Greg Maev will discuss Canadians who served with U.S. forces in the Vietnam War in a Zoom lecture Wednesday.
Business professor Rachel Aleks will study how labour unions can address sexual harassment.
The Windsor Cancer Research Group honoured the support last week of three Ambassadors of Hope.
Psychology student Matt Meeks has been awarded one of 97 research training internships at the University of Windsor.
Doctoral student Aaron Bondy won plaudits for best student oral presentation at the Canadian Association of Physicists annual congress.
Recent legal reforms suggest prairie provinces could be gearing up for more violence against Indigenous Peoples, write three Windsor Law professors.
Professors Kevin Milne and Cheri McGowan are promoting local participation in a study evaluating the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak on individuals.
Human kinetics professors Craig Greenham and Todd Loughead hope to apply lessons from hockey history to ease suffering in the aftermath of tragedy.
A SSHRC-funded project studying sport and physical activity behaviours in older adults with a disability aims to promote their participation.
Madison Laprise and Theresa Tran won awards for their presentations at the annual conference of the North American Forensic Entomology Association.
Reza Nakhaie co-authored an article for The Conversation entitled “Black Lives Matter Movement Finds New Urgency and Allies Because of COVID-19.”
The Supreme Court of Canada cited research by professor Jillian Rogin of Windsor Law in a recent judgment.
Respondents are needed for a study examining the impact of the COVID-19 crisis on the mental health of children in the Windsor-Essex area.
Business professor Anne Snowdon has received nearly $1.4 million from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research to identify processes critical to managing COVID-19.
Learn about projects by researchers and students to combat the spread of COVID-19 in the latest issue of the Windsor Engineering newsletter.
UWindsor professor Reza Nakhaie will work with the local YMCA to study the effects of COVID-19 on the mental health of immigrant and refugee youth.
A new textbook takes a simple approach to using the internet to build on the connections of the face-to-face classroom learning environment.