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Daniel HeathDaniel Heath is heading GEN-FISH, a four-year project that involves creating a genomic toolkit to assess the health of freshwater species. Fish farm operators and consultants hired to do environment assessments are already lining up to be among the first to use the new technology.

Fish genome project attracts early attention

UWindsor professor Daniel Heath heads a research project creating a genomic toolkit to assess the health of freshwater species.

Chris Boyd sitting next to river with laptop computerChris Boyd, student stage manager of Thank You for Your Labour, demonstrates the possibility of streaming the University Players show from just about anywhere with an internet connection.

This weekend is the last chance to step into the stream with University Players

University Players’ fall digital season continues tonight —Thursday, Nov. 19 — via Zoom.

In partnership with Toronto theatre company Outside the March, the players are presenting a series of new Canadian works commissioned for the graduating BFA in Acting class.

The project also serves as research material for drama professor Michelle MacArthur and her team, who are working under a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council grant to examine the impact of live digital performance with analysis of the creative process and audience experience.

person paying for groceries in storeCanada’s K-shaped recovery is deepening the lines between rich and poor, two UWindsor professors write in the Toronto Star.

Profs tout solutions to address income inequality

Canada’s K-shaped recovery is deepening the lines between rich and poor, two UWindsor professors write in the Toronto Star.

Lance RappaportUWindsor psychology professor Lance Rappaport is leading a study to assess the effectiveness of an online app to manage anxiety.

Feeling anxious? There’s an app for that!

UWindsor psychology professor Lance Rappaport is leading a study to assess the effectiveness of an online app to manage anxiety.

Louis CabriA reading in cyberspace by English professor Louis Cabri will launch his poetry collection “Hungry Slingshots” on Sunday, Nov. 15.

Online reading to launch prof’s poetry collection

A reading in cyberspace by English professor Louis Cabri will launch his poetry collection “Hungry Slingshots” on Sunday, Nov. 15.

Graphic designed by SMArt member Paola FloresPhysics faculty will deliver webinars on their cutting-edge research projects to inspire undergraduates. Graphic designed by SMArt member Paola Flores, a chemistry student.

Webinar series to inspire physics enthusiasts

Physics faculty will deliver webinars on their cutting-edge research projects to inspire undergraduates.