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Kevin Milne and Craig HarwoodKinesiology professor Kevin Milne and master's student Craig Harwood are investigating whether dehydration may contribute to increased rates of concussion among collegiate athletes.

Researchers probing link between concussions and dehydration

Kevin Milne and Craig Harwood have a pretty strong suspicion that dehydration may result in a greater likelihood of concussion for many athletes.

Proving it, however, is the hard part.

Jeff, Julianna and Joanne SchillerJeff, Julianna and Joanne Schiller take a break from Head Start activities in the CAW Student Centre.

Students get Head Start on university experience

Julianna Schiller was looking forward to leaving home to go away for school—just not too far away.

“It’s far away enough to get away from home and have a new experience, but still close enough to come home,” the London, Ontario, student responded when asked why she chose the University of Windsor for first year criminology. “Plus they had the program I wanted, and it’s a really good school.”

Sigi TorinusVisual arts professor Sigi Torinus stands in the middle of one of the video displays in her exhibit "Into The Light." The exhibit will be on display at the Art Gallery of Windsor until June 15.

Art exhibit challenges attachment to 'big ideas'

In a world full of “isms,” it’s only natural to wonder if there’s a danger in becoming too attached to the ideals that drive our actions. But how simple is it for us to become distracted from the paradigms that seemingly define us? And as we go through life, how do we navigate our way through our own beliefs, and those of others, remaining grounded all the while?

anne forrestAnne Forrest will appear today on Research Matters on CJAM to discuss the Bystander Initiative, a project which aims to reduce sexual assault on university campuses. May is Sexual Assault Prevention Month.

UWindsor leads fight against sex assault with Bystander Initiative

Canadian universities trying to deter rape culture and reduce the number of sexual assaults on their campuses should take a close look at how the University of Windsor is addressing the problem, according to a researcher leading an innovative prevention program here.

combustionAbout 120 delegates will be on campus to attend the annual spring meeting of the Canadian section of the Combustion Institute, which kicks off with a reception this evening.

Blended ethanol fuels a 'tiger trap,' says visiting professor

Blending ethanol with gasoline may have been a well-intended plan to reduce our reliance on foreign oil, but for the most part, the experiment has not been a successful one, according to a visiting professor who will lecture here Wednesday.