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Pursue strengths in research and graduate education

Blue and Gold pieces in puzzles labelled "Health"The Office of the Vice-President, Research and Innovation, invites health agencies or organizations to reach out for assistance.

University extending helping hand to health agencies

The Office of the Vice-President, Research and Innovation, invites health agencies or organizations to reach out for assistance.

students gathered around tableIn-class and face-to-face experiences are uniquely valuable for students and should be protected at all costs, writes a UWindsor education professor.

Mandatory e-learning poses problem for high schoolers: researcher

In-class and face-to-face experiences are uniquely valuable for students and should be protected at all costs, writes a UWindsor education professor.

Cathy Mombourquette, Marla Rivard, Kyle Lago, Robert Gordon, Lisa Porter, Patti France, Janice Kaffer, Karen Metcalfe holding sparklersA signing ceremony Monday formally launched the WE-Spark Health Institute. Celebrating are: Cathy Mombourquette, WE-Spark communications and events co-ordinator; Marla Rivard, WE-Spark administrative assistant; Kyle Lago, WE-Spark translational research associate; UWindsor president Robert Gordon; WE-Spark executive director Lisa Porter; St. Clair College president Patti France; Janice Kaffer, president of Hôtel-Dieu Grace Healthcare; Karen Metcalfe, WE-Spark assistant director.

Institutions join forces to further community health

A signing ceremony Monday formally launched the WE-Spark Health Institute.

Jason BlackJason Black will discuss the issue of Native American mascots in sports in a free public lecture Friday.

Speaker to address issues raised by Indigenous mascots

Jason Black will discuss the issue of Native American mascots in sports in a free public lecture Friday.