final report, “Examining the Social Security Tribunal's Navigator Service: Access to Justice for Marginalized Communities”The Social Security Tribunal’s innovative navigator service advances access to justice and also has room for improvement, says a report led by Windsor law professor Laverne Jacobs.

Law report examines tribunal’s access to justice service

The Social Security Tribunal welcomed a study of its navigator service by Windsor law professor Laverne Jacobs.
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.
samples of an Elizabethan bookUnder ultraviolet light, the title page of a collection of Horace reveals a record by Anthony Munday that he purchased the volume from Shakespeare for four shillings in 1598: “Ex Libris the player W / Shakesper 4 shills A: M / 1598.”

Researcher to discuss Shakespearean sources

Professor Robert Weir will lead a webinar on books owned by William Shakespeare, Tuesday, Jan. 25.
very small houseGrowing in popularity since 2018, Additional Dwelling Units are small residential units built by homeowners on existing properties.

Centre for Cities, Cross Border Institute supporting community partners on federally funded housing data research

UWindsor research supported the development of online interactive tool mapping the feasibility of adding secondary housing to a residential property.
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.