The Humanities Research Group will host author, academic, and activist Naomi Klein in cyber-conversation Tuesday, Jan. 26.
A UWindsor study unveils the stories behind the statistics of the thousands of health-care workers who have been infected with COVID-19.
The University of Windsor’s Jane McArthur, a PhD candidate in sociology/social justice, has recently had an article published in the Conversation Canada on what she says sheds lights on issues not addressed in current breast cancer awareness initiatives.
“As COVID-19 makes abundantly clear, our health exists in a nested set of relationships, each part of the whole interacting and influencing each other,” says McArthur, a SSHRC Doctoral Fellow Investigating Women’s Narratives of Breast Cancer.
A UWindsor grad student hopes increasing attention to worker safety will prompt addressing concerns of a cancer cluster at the Ambassador Bridge.
Jane McArthur, a doctoral candidate in sociology, has co-authored a chapter in a new e-book about COVID-19.
Health policy needs to apply the precautionary principle and focus on primary prevention of illness and disease, says sociology student Jane McArthur.
UWindsor researchers Filipe Duarte and Jane McArthur call for a social lens in viewing the COVID-19 pandemic.
A three-day workshop starting March 8 will give youth tools for working towards climate action in their communities.
A panel discussion on breast cancer Monday, March 9, will mark International Women’s Day.