Research

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.

Mike McKay working in labMike McKay, executive director of the Great Lake Institute for Environmental Research, is leading a research team using sewage as an early warning system to determine trends in COVID-19 infection rates.

UWindsor COVID research gets $300,000 funding boost

Mike McKay is leading a research team using sewage as an early warning system to determine trends in COVID-19 infection rates.

Patrick Kolowicz, Edward Cruz, Jennifer Voth, Clementa StanThe Caring for the Caregiver study team, from left: Patrick Kolowicz, HDGH director of mental health and addictions; UWindsor nursing professor Edward Cruz; HDGH research associate Jennifer Voth; Clementa Stan, member of the Mental Health and Addictions Patient and Family Advisory Council.

University and Hôtel-Dieu Grace Healthcare partner on study of caring for caregivers

A research study aims at understanding the needs of caregivers to adults living with mental illness in Windsor-Essex.

Beach with sign warning postedResearch by science dean Chris Houser and Master’s student Brett Vlodarchyk found a significant increase in surf-related drownings on the Great Lakes this summer. Once stay-at-home orders were lifted in Ontario, Michigan, and other U.S. states, COVID-fatigued people flocked to beaches near major centres.

Pandemic behind increased drownings on Great Lakes beaches, research suggests

Two UWindsor researchers found a significant increase in surf-related drownings on the Great Lakes this summer.