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Sociology, Anthropology & Criminology

Steven PalmerSteven Palmer, Canada Research Chair in History of International Health, organized this week’s conference on Knowledge Networks and Health Innovation.

International colloquium to explore collaboration in public health

Steven Palmer, Canada Research Chair in History of International Health, organized this week’s conference on Knowledge Networks and Health Innovation.

More attention needed for workplace links to breast cancer, say researchers

Jim Brophy and Margaret Keith, adjunct assistant professors in the Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Criminology, recently authored a resolution passed by the American Public Health Association based on their research into environmental and occupational links to breast cancer.

Brophy and Keith were initiators and co-authors of the resolution, “Breast Cancer and Occupation: A Need for Action,” as members of the University of Stirling’s Occupational and Environmental Health Research Group.

Paul DattaRonjon Paul Datta is the newest faculty member to join the department of Sociology, Anthropology and Criminology.

New sociology prof loves Windsor's cosmopolitan vibe

Editor's note: this is one of a series of articles about new faculty members who have joined the University of Windsor.

Cosmopolitan is not an adjective many Windsorites would typically use to define their city, but Ronjon Paul Datta would.

“I really like Windsor as a city,” said the latest faculty addition to the department of Sociology, Anthropology and Criminology. “It’s very cosmopolitan, a lot more so than most medium sized cities.”