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Three University of Windsor doctoral candidates are finalists in a national competition to show how research in social sciences and humanities is making a difference in the lives of Canadians.

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At the start of her degree program, recent Master's of Fine Arts Graduate,Talysha Bujold-Abu, aimed to use her research skills, creativity, and passion for visual art to understand the multiplexity of her heritage and what it means to be a mixed-race person but ended up getting far more than

Weisener Lab

The Weisener Lab at the University of Windsor, led by Dr. Christopher Weisener of GLIER, continues to make major strides in the areas of water purification and conservation.

Dylan Verburg

Dylan Verburg is a student in Environment Engineering.  He is also the co-founder of INpact COLLECTIVE, a social enterprise aimed at importing artisan products from India and reselling them in Canada. The profits gained help promote educational empowerment in India.

Sara Butler

An Environmental Science Masters student and GLIER Researcher in the Weisner Lab is using her degree and experience to undo the damage done by the coal mines in New Zealand.