Political Science

Carlin MillerCarlin Miller will be researching the effectiveness of a course designed to improve mindfulness for teachers and parents of children with ADHD.

ADHD study among projects backed by research stimulus fund

Anyone who ever raised and educated a child with ADHD knows it can be a challenge, but armed with new stimulus funding, a psychology professor is planning to equip parents and teachers with skills to better deal with their demands.

Bill AndersonBill Anderson will join researchers from four other universities at an event in London to discuss some of the world's most pressing issues.

Connectivity matters now, border researcher says

Connectivity – that’s what matters now, according to Bill Anderson.

“Interconnectedness is the way the world is now,” says Dr. Anderson, chair of the university’s Cross Border Institute. “You don’t have the choice to opt out. Success depends on interconnections, and that goes for individuals, communities and corporations.”

Jonathan TeppermanInternational affairs analyst Jonathan Tepperman is the keynote speaker for the political science department’s 50th anniversary dinner, October 18.

Dinner to celebrate 50 years of political science at UWindsor

International affairs analyst Jonathan Tepperman is the keynote speaker for the political science department’s 50th anniversary dinner, October 18.
Bill AndersonBill Anderson looks out at the Detroit River, over which billions of dollars of agri-food products cross every year, according to a recent report commissioned by the research institute he directs.

Agri-food study finds cross-border efficiencies improving

Bill Anderson will appear on Research Matters on CJAM 99.1 FM this afternoon to discuss a new report that examines how the local agri-food industry has responded to challenges posed by shipping goods across the border.

Border researcher takes message to Ottawa

A professor who specializes in cross-border transportation studies traveled to the nation’s capital last week to have the chance to meet with federal politicians and convince them of the importance of his research.

UWindsor professor appointed to board of Council of Canadian Academies

Lydia Miljan brings a valuable perspective to the board of governors of the Council of Canadian Academies, chair Elizabeth Parr-Johnston said in announcing her appointment.

Dr. Miljan is an associate professor of political science and chair of the UWindsor arts and science program.

“Her background in Canadian public policy will be an asset to our board as we work to ensure that the best science-based information is made available to policy and decision makers, and to all Canadians,” Parr-Johnston said.