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Catherine Febria trains Bkejwanong youth Kaitlyn Issac and Taylor MyersIn this 2019 photo, UWindsor researcher Catherine Febria trains Bkejwanong youth Kaitlyn Issac and Taylor Myers to conduct ecological studies on Walpole Island.

Ecological studies of Walpole Island receive funding support

A $95,300 grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation will train students to conduct ecological studies at Walpole Island.

Xiaoxu Ji assembles a car, Joel Cort monitors his movementsKinesiology professor Joel Cort (right) is part of team of ergonomics researchers working to improve digital simulation tools to promote safety and efficiency in automotive assembly plants. Here, postdoctoral fellow Xiaoxu Ji straps on motion-capture sensors to record his movements.

Ergonomics project to speed simulations of auto plant operations

Kinesiology researchers are working to improve digital simulation tools used in manufacturing to promote workplace safety and efficiency.