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Xiaoxu Ji assembles a car, Joel Cort monitors his movementsKinesiology professor Joel Cort (right) is part of team of ergonomics researchers working to improve digital simulation tools to promote safety and efficiency in automotive assembly plants. Here, postdoctoral fellow Xiaoxu Ji straps on motion-capture sensors to record his movements.

Ergonomics project to speed simulations of auto plant operations

Kinesiology researchers are working to improve digital simulation tools used in manufacturing to promote workplace safety and efficiency.
Two young children sit next to shoes left in front of a statue of Egerton Ryerson.Two young children sit next to shoes left in front of a statue of Egerton Ryerson, who was instrumental in the design and implementation of the Indian Residential School System.

Charge residential school officials with genocide: legal scholar

Canada’s Indian residential school system must be investigated as a crime against humanity, says acting dean of law Beverly Jacobs.

Lindsay Miller, Rupp CarriveauEngineering faculty members Lindsay Miller and Rupp Carriveau are spearheading a research program to help bridge the gaps between the technical, economic, and political aspects of the nation’s energy sector.

Study aims to diversify workforce for clean energy future

A study led by UWindsor researchers aims to equip Canada with a diverse and inclusive pool of leaders for the clean energy sector of the future.