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Sharon Lackie

Ken Drouillard holding fabric face masks.Ken Drouillard, a professor in UWindsor’s School of the Environment, is heading a research project to help the Windsor-Essex Sewing Force. The group of volunteers is sewing masks for healthcare workers.

UWindsor researchers lend expertise to volunteers sewing masks at home

Ken Drouillard, a professor in UWindsor’s School of the Environment, is heading a research project to help the Windsor-Essex Sewing Force.

Sharon LackieOperating the scanning electron microscope at the Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research, Sharon Lackie helps researchers make breakthroughs in chemistry, biology, physics, engineering, environmental science, geology, and more.

Microscope technician looks into prehistoric discovery

When the Royal Ontario Museum needs to learn more about a 500-million–year-old fossil, it turns to UWindsor’s Sharon Lackie.

Audrey Davidson, Alex Davidson,  Mary Lou Scratch, Sharon LackieDonors Audrey and Alex Davidson review a scrapbook documenting renovations at the Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research with staffers Mary Lou Scratch and Sharon Lackie.

Alumnus and GLIER booster honoured for continued support

The Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research recognized a UWindsor alum and his spouse for their financial support.