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soldier holding childThe relationship between Canada’s military and the blood system dates to the early days of blood transfusion.

The gift of life is a gift of remembrance

Canadian Blood Services has issued a reminder that donating blood is one the most meaningful ways to observe the Remembrance Day.
Adrienne CrossmanCurator Adrienne Crossman will participate in a panel discussion of an online group exhibition Saturday, Nov. 6.

Panel to discuss online art exhibition

Curator Adrienne Crossman will participate in a panel discussion of an online group exhibition Saturday, Nov. 6.

person descending stairsFalls, and the injuries that can result, are preventable, says kinesiology professor Paula van Wyk.

Professor dedicated to preventing falls

November is Fall Prevention Month, a perfect time to promote awareness of this health issue, says kinesiology professor Paula van Wyk.

graphic representing person online choosing check mark or XIn a recent article, education professor Lana Parker says schools must arm students with the skills they need to parse the truth from all the misinformation and disinformation that inundates their social media feeds.

Education prof writes of the new information environment

Professor Lana Parker says schools must prepare students to parse the truth from misinformation on their social media feeds.
Francisca OmorodionSociology professor Francisca Omorodion has partnered with local community groups to use social media and public forums to debunk misconceptions about COVID-19 and combat vaccine hesitancy among Africans in Windsor and Essex County.

Project to combat vaccine hesitancy in local African populations

UWindsor sociology professor Francisca Omorodion aims to debunk misconceptions about COVID-19 and vaccines among Africans in Windsor-Essex.