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Spotlight on Graduate Research

A Breast Cancer Awareness sign is seen before an NFL football game on Oct. 4, 2020.A Breast Cancer Awareness sign is seen before an NFL football game on Oct. 4, 2020.

Breast cancer social scholar published in the Conversation Canada

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.

Saghi KhaniMaster’s student Saghi Khani is working with computer science professors Pooya Moradian Zadeh and Saeed Samet on algorithms to identify people at risk of social isolation. The project, which began before COVID-19’s arrival locally, is one of 107 student research internships being funded at UWindsor.

Computer science student designing algorithms to identify risk of social isolation

Master’s student Saghi Khani is working on algorithms to identify people at risk of social isolation.

Arash Khabazipur sits before a computer screen displaying a simulationArash Khabazipur, a doctoral candidate in UWindsor’s Faculty of Engineering, is using a computer algorithm to research reducing soot by diluting fuel with gases such as nitrogen and hydrogen. He is one of 107 students at UWindsor who recently received internship grants for their research.

Doctoral student researching soot to find cleaner-burning fuel

Engineering student Arash Khabazipur is using a computer algorithm to research reducing soot.

Aman Ahluwalia-CameronDoctoral student Aman Ahluwalia-Cameron is part of a team examining the experiences of social workers who provide care to people diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder.

Social workers caring for people living with Borderline Personality Disorder focus of study

A team of UWindsor researchers is examining the experiences of social workers who provide care to people living with Borderline Personality Disorder.