Kinesiology professor Sean Horton has been awarded $198,000 to conduct a study on fitness programming for seniors.
What are the effects of adaptive exercise programs on the volunteers who help to offer them? A new study aims to find out.
Master’s student Kirsten Penrose is researching the experiences of caregivers of adults with autism spectrum disorder and intellectual disabilities.
A SSHRC-funded project studying sport and physical activity behaviours in older adults with a disability aims to promote their participation.
Officials, volunteers, and participants gathered Tuesday to celebrate Fit Together, an exercise program for adults with an intellectual disability.
Doctoral student Laura Chittle hopes her research will improve the future experiences of female ice hockey players.
Accessibility Awareness Day will feature spoken and poster presentations in the CAW Student Centre on Thursday, March 20.
They’re trying to figure out how enzymes work in our bodies, better ways for people to select careers based on their personality and how physical activity can improve the lives of those with disabilities – and now they’re flying the flag for research at the University of Windsor.
With 10 provinces to visit since May 1, it has been a long six months for Ursula, but Windsor marked the end of the road.
The polar bear has been touring Canada’s universities to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada, and this week was UWindsor’s turn.
During her time in town, Ursula visited some of the campus hotspots, hung out with some students, and even took advantage of the University’s proximity to Detroit to do a little cross-border sightseeing.