Author Lawrence Hill will reflect on merging historical fact and fiction in an address Thursday, Sept. 22.
WE-Spark Health Institute has developed a team of post-secondary students to support and advance health research across Windsor-Essex.
A series of lectures on palliative care will honour the legacy of former nursing professor Jean Echlin.
GLIER wrapped up a successful three days of knowledge sharing and networking at the inaugural Ecosystem Approach Conference & Synthesis Workshop.
Charlene Senn, professor of psychology and women’s and gender studies, has been elected a fellow of the Royal Society of Canada.
André Narbonne’s debut novel is longlisted for the Giller Prize.
It’s not just about academics: managing roles, responsibilities and relationships can be part of what you discuss with your teen, says education professor Lindsey Jaber.