Christopher TindalePhilosophy professor Christopher Tindale is the fourth UWindsor scholar to receive the distinguished research award from the International Society for the Study of Argumentation.

International recognition a boost for argumentation studies program

The International Society for the Study of Argumentation conferred its distinguished research award on philosophy professor Christopher Tindale.
screen shot of the cast of the talk show The ViewPanellists on the U.S. morning talk show “The View” discuss a study by researchers from the Community Health, Environment and Wellness lab in the Faculty of Human Kinetics.

Social media study garnering international media attention

A study “Sex or social media? The sacrifices we’re willing to make to stay online” published July 10 in the Conversation is gaining international media attention for the UWindsor researchers involved.

Kinesiology students pose with professor Dave AndrewsDave Andrews worked with a group of kinesiology students to design new lab activities for his courses in functional anatomy. In addition to having a paper published in the International Journal for Students as Partners, they presented their work at the annual conference of the Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education.

Revamping lab activities a creative endeavour, say kinesiology students

Students partnered with professor Dave Andrews to find more engaging and meaningful activities for his courses in functional anatomy.