Human Kinetics

Hugh MacIsaacHugh MacIsaac of the Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research has been awarded $275,000 over five years under the Natural Sciences and Environmental Research Council of Canada’s Discovery grant program to assess interacting stressors in lakes.

Professors receive more than $4.1 million for scientific and engineering research

More than $4 million in federal research funds will support scientists and students to become global leaders in their fields.
Mason Sheppard, Wanda Nahdee, raised garden bedMHK student Mason Sheppard and Wanda Nahdee, program manager of the Aboriginal Child Resource Centre, pose with the raised garden bed which will enable persons with disabilities to participate in outdoor education.

Accessible garden product of collaboration

A project built a universally-designed raised garden bed outside the Aboriginal Child Resource Centre, and collaboration with the community.
1963 Loyola teamThe University of Windsor will host the only Canadian screening of the documentary “The Loyola Project,” an inspiring story in the fight for equality, Thursday, March 17.

Student athletes raising voices against injustice

The University of Windsor will host the only Canadian screening of the documentary “The Loyola Project” Thursday, March 17.
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.
Carly AdamLethbridge professor Carly Adams will discuss her Nikkei Memory Capture Project in a Jan. 28 lecture.

Oral history of Japanese Canadians subject of lecture

A project to gather the stories of Japanese Canadians after the Second World War is the subject of a presentation Friday, Jan. 28.
matrix applied atop androidComputer-brain interfaces are no longer science fiction, raising ethical questions alongside the technical ones.

Researcher weighs pros and cons of biological sensors

Kinesiology professor Francesco Biondi considers the ethical questions raised by technology to bridge the human brain and the outside world.