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speedometerUWindsor professors Peter Frise and Bill Van Heyst make the case for public investment in research to drive growth in the Canadian auto industry in an opinion piece published Monday. Photograph courtesy of Pexels.

Automobility program to advance industry innovation: professors

The new Automobility-CASE program will continue the tradition of Canadian innovation, say professors Peter Frise and Bill Van Heyst.
exhausted nurseReports of nurses leaving the profession during the pandemic due to burnout and overall distress was the impetus for a UWindsor-led research project that will develop a course to psychologically prepare nursing students for work in hospitals during health-care crises. Photo by Cedric Fauntleroy/Pexels.

Project to train nurses to cope with health-care crises

A new research project aims to ensure nursing graduates are psychologically prepared to work in hospitals during health-care crises.
book cover: “Every Cyclist’s Guide to Canadian Law.”Windsor Law professor Chris Waters has published a second edition of the book, “Every Cyclist’s Guide to Canadian Law.”

Prof’s book a guide to law on bicycling

Chris Waters has published a second edition of the book, Every Cyclist’s Guide to Canadian Law.