Jane McArthur

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.

Man wearing face mask looking out windowGovernments should take a systemic approach to protect the health of the population as a whole, rather than placing the responsibility on the individual, sociology doctoral candidate Jane McArthur writes.

Systemic approach necessary to protect health: researcher

Health policy needs to apply the precautionary principle and focus on primary prevention of illness and disease, says sociology student Jane McArthur.

Irek Kusmierczyk, Anneke Smit, Patricia Galvão-Ferreira, Christopher WatersWindsor-Tecumseh MP Irek Kusmierczyk announced $125,000 in funding through the Climate Action Fund to Windsor Law, represented by professors Anneke Smit, Patricia Galvão-Ferreira, and dean Chris Waters.

Local action on climate change subject of youth workshop

A three-day workshop starting March 8 will give youth tools for working towards climate action in their communities.