Kimberly Hillier

Family making breakfastParents can rest and rejuvenate without getting away this March Break, write Kimberly Hillier and Lindsey Jaber in an article published this week in The Conversation. Photo by August de Richelieu from Pexels.

Professors ponder March Break for pandemic-weary parents

Reinforcing the message that children are loved does not depend on blockbuster events, write researchers in the Faculty of Education.
woman holding stack of paperworkHyper-productivity may be a response to trauma in women academics, a team of UWindsor researchers say. The team, comprised of Lindsey Jaber, Kimberly Hillier, and Salsabel Almanssori, is launching a study into the topic and are looking for participants.

Women academics sought for study on trauma and hyper-productivity

A research team hopes to interview academics who identify as women for a study on how trauma may manifest as hyper-productivity.
Kimberly Hillier helps her daughter log on to classes.Kimberly Hillier, a teacher with the Windsor-Essex Catholic District School Board and instructor in the Faculty of Education, helps her daughter log on to classes in the morning before beginning her day of teaching online.

Windsor teachers share experience of juggling work life, academic life and parenthood in pandemic

Salsabel Almanssori and Kimberly Hillier have written about how COVID-19 has affected the balance of their roles of mother, academic, and educator.

Education student hoping to stock up food bank cereal stores

According to the Ontario Association of Food Banks, in one of four households using food banks, children skip breakfast at least once a week, says Kimberly Hillier, a doctoral student in the Faculty of Education.

She is calling on the campus community to help meet a dire need for breakfast cereals in the monthly food baskets distributed by the Downtown Mission. She will collect new, unopened boxes of cereal in the lobby of the Neal Education Building, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Thursday, September 27.