Research

Melissa Paré and Aidan Kovacs, and kinesiology professors Krista Chandler, Chad Sutherland, and Todd LougheadThe University of Windsor is the recipient of a $100,000 grant from the Bell Let’s Talk Post-Secondary Fund to expand the UWorkItOut UWin program. Pictured here are UWorkItOut UWin grad students Melissa Paré and Aidan Kovacs, and kinesiology professors Krista Chandler, Chad Sutherland, and Todd Loughead.

Exercise program promoting mental health wins support

The University of Windsor is the recipient of a $100,000 grant to expand the UWorkItOut UWin program.
Think Tank logo with lightbulbA virtual think tank on Feb. 2 provides opportunities for input into three health research areas.

Health research subject of online think tank

A virtual think tank on Feb. 2 provides opportunities for input into three health research areas.

Salsabel AlmanssoriSalsabel Almanssori, a postdoctoral fellow and sessional instructor in the Faculty of Education, guest-edited a journal on the subject of hijabi girls and young women.

Journal special issue addresses experiences of hijabi girlhood

Salsabel Almanssori, a postdoctoral fellow and sessional instructor in the Faculty of Education, guest-edited a journal on the subject of hijabi girls and young women.
couple running in snowy outdoorsCold weather doesn’t have to mean an end to outside exercise. Kinesiology professor Kevin Milne and PhD student Kurt Downes offer advice on how to run safely outdoors in winter in a recent article published in The Conversation. Photo by Julia Larson (Pexels).

Jump-start your new year with cold-weather running, say researchers

Kinesiology professor Kevin Milne and PhD student Kurt Downes offer advice on how to run safely outdoors in winter in a recent article published in The Conversation.