Maintaining mental health a continuing challenge during pandemic Mental health experts are looking to make counselling and therapy services more readily available as the stress of public health restrictions begins to take a toll on residents.
Study to examine pandemic’s effect on small business Odette School of Business professor Kyle Brykman is leading a study on the resiliency of small businesses.
Project offers free counselling to hospital workers A new project out of UWindsor’s Psychological Services and Research Centre offers help for hospital workers in distress.
Researchers studying impact of COVID-19 on physical activity Kinesiology professor Sarah Woodruff is finding people are less active while working from home.
UWindsor researcher studies link between vaping and COVID-19 complications Researchers exploring how an ingredient in vapes and e-cigarettes poses complications for those infected with the virus that causes COVID-19
Grassroots group sews 10-thousand masks, scrub caps for Windsor-Essex health-care workers The Windsor Essex Sewing Force's members are hard at work making PPE
UWindsor researchers lend expertise to volunteers sewing masks at home Ken Drouillard, a professor in UWindsor’s School of the Environment, is heading a research project to help the Windsor-Essex Sewing Force. The group of volunteers is sewing masks for healthcare workers.
Biochemist researching improvements to COVID-19 testing UWindsor professor Yufeng Tong is researching a new COVID-19 testing kit and engineering simulated genetic material to test the accuracy of diagnostic kits already on the market.
Prof seeking to harness power of gaming to fight pandemic Engineering professor Eunsik Kim is working to turn healthy COVID-19 practices into a social media game.