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UWindsor researcher battling superbugs with supercomputers

Travis DeWolfe represented the University of Windsor in the provincial Three Minute Thesis competition.

Professor produces two books exploring aspects of gothic culture

Two books on gothic culture, edited by English professor Carol Davison, are scheduled for release this spring.

Biography of poet-artist culminating work for UWindsor prof

English professor Tom Dilworth has published a 432-page biography of modernist poet and artist David Jones.

Copyright controversies under consideration at conference

The “Copyright User Rights and Access to Justice Symposium” is slated for May 18 and 19 in the Freed-Orman Centre, Assumption Hall.


GLIER professor appointed acting executive director of Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research

Trevor Pitcher will begin a one-year term as acting executive director of the Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research on July 1.

Accessibility rating app finds industry receptive

A computer science professor and students have developed an app that combines open data and user ratings to describe the accessibility of sites.

Scientists explore emerging issues in invasive species research

Hugh MacIsaac is among an international team of scientists examining the challenges and opportunities in store for invasive species research.

Fish consumption advisories fail to account for multiple contaminants, study finds

A UWindsor professor has found that consumption advisories in Ontario may need to cast a wider net to completely protect against toxic contaminants.

Student survey assesses accessibility of town’s parks

An MHK student surveyed the Town of LaSalle’s most popular parks to assess their overall accessibility.

Event Saturday to showcase UWindsor research

Bryanna Graves is examining a test which may help to assess a person’s executive functions.