Volunteer group receives PPE material donations Thousands of masks slated to reach vulnerable and at-risk people
U of W Study Reveals Discrimination Against Nurses Commuting to Michigan Health care workers have been hailed as heroes during the COVID-19 pandemic but a University of Windsor study has found when it comes to accessing services, many who cross the border to work have been stigmatized and discriminated against.
Researchers study municipal resiliency in pandemics A UWindsor research team led by engineering professor Edwin Tam is studying what makes some municipalities able to withstand a pandemic like COVID-19 and return to normalcy faster than others.
Student researchers brainstorm virtually on how to deal without labs WE-SPARK hosts online brainstorming session
Virtual events to answer public questions about COVID-19 A new series of virtual events happening through July for the public to ask local experts about COVID-19
Researchers studying the impact of COVID-19 on mental health of children in Windsor-Essex Psychology professor Lance Rappaport is leading a study of the impact the COVID-19 crisis is having on the mental health of local children.
'Time to experiment' — envisioning a more healthy, diverse post-pandemic Windsor Participants of a webinar on envisioned a post-pandemic Windsor with more shared public spaces to walk and relax.
Brainstorming event seeking ideas for meaningful research experiences for students An online session June 30 will brainstorm ideas on creating meaningful research for students during social distancing measures.
Hope That We Can Save Lives Project project by Windsor Regional Hospital Research Team A research team at WRH is part of a national project aimed at helping patients with COVID-19 recover, by injecting them with antibodies from patients who have already had the virus. In this video, Dr. Caroline Hamm calls the project, “Hope that we can save lives.”