Family making breakfastParents can rest and rejuvenate without getting away this March Break, write Kimberly Hillier and Lindsey Jaber in an article published this week in The Conversation. Photo by August de Richelieu from Pexels.

Professors ponder March Break for pandemic-weary parents

Reinforcing the message that children are loved does not depend on blockbuster events, write researchers in the Faculty of Education.
Ian SwaineIan Swaine, professor of sport and exercise science at the University of Greenwich, will discuss his career in sport and exercise science Friday, March 11.

Lecture to reflect on career researching sport and exercise science

Ian Swaine will present on “My Career in Research: 45 years of Thinking Outside the Box in Sport and Exercise Science,” Friday, March 11.
Rachel AleksManagement and labour studies professor Rachel Aleks of the Odette School of Business is the winner of the 2022 John T. Dunlop Outstanding Scholar Award from the Labor and Employment Relations Association.

Business prof recognized for research into industrial relations

The Labor and Employment Relations Association has conferred an outstanding scholar award on business professor Rachel Aleks.
Sonya Xinyue XiaoSonya Xinyue Xiao will present “Understanding and Promoting Children’s and Adolescents’ Prosocial Behaviour toward Diverse Others” on Thursday, March 10.

Promoting prosocial behaviour subject of colloquium

A colloquium Thursday will explore prosocial behaviour toward diverse others in youth.