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desktop with computer, coffee, and office suppliesRegistration is now open for GATAcademy 2022.

Event offers professional development for graduate and teaching assistants

Registration is now open for GATAcademy 2022, a week-long online professional development event open to both new and experienced UWindsor graduate and teaching assistants.

Each day from Monday, Aug. 29, to Friday, Sept. 2, will feature three workshops; there will also be an in-person networking event on Wednesday, Sept. 7.

Chemistry professor Simon Rondeau-GagnéChemistry professor Simon Rondeau-Gagné heads a research team exploring new approaches to prepare and synthesize organic semiconductors.

Project aims at design of soft electronics materials

Chemistry professor Simon Rondeau-Gagné heads a research team exploring new approaches to prepare and synthesize organic semiconductors.
Haein Jeon, Yong Hoon Kim, Yujin Park, Jiyeong Kang, Eunsik Kim, and Chris Lee.Students visiting from South Korea’s Ewha Womans University will work with UWindsor researchers to improve the performance of self-driving vehicles. From left: Haein Jeon, Yong Hoon Kim, Yujin Park, Jiyeong Kang, Eunsik Kim, and Chris Lee.

East meets West in autonomous vehicle research

Students from South Korea are visiting Windsor to join research into improving the riding comfort of connected and autonomous vehicles.
Hugh MacIsaacHugh MacIsaac of the Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research has been awarded $275,000 over five years under the Natural Sciences and Environmental Research Council of Canada’s Discovery grant program to assess interacting stressors in lakes.

Professors receive more than $4.1 million for scientific and engineering research

More than $4 million in federal research funds will support scientists and students to become global leaders in their fields.
greenhouse growing tomatoesSociology professor Glynis George has been awarded a grant from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council to conduct interviews with migrant farm workers and their service providers to find ways to close gaps in services. Photo by Erwan Hesry (Unsplash).

Research seeks to improve lives of migrant workers

Sociology professor Glynis George is examining supports for migrant farm workers in Canada to identify ways to close gaps in service.