WE-Spark Health Institute announced $287,000 in grants to 14 innovative research projects in Windsor-Essex.
STEMxPolicy will host the panel discussion “COVID-19: Vaccine Edition,” on Friday, March 12.
The Panel on Research Ethics has released the revised Tri-Council Policy Statement: Ethical Conduct for Research Involving Humans.
The UWindsor Office of Research and Innovative Services and the Research Ethics Board are seeking to assess the use of Qualtrics’ participant panel and elicit researcher feedback on the ethical context, functionality, quality of data, ease of use, and value for money.
They are seeking three projects currently underway to compare the use of Qualtrics panel with other recruitment sources such as Mechanical Turk, social media, and community-based.
Eligible projects must meet the following criteria:
Olympic decathlete Dave Steen addressed a class in sports ethics earlier this week.
A symposium on campus November 8 will consider and discuss different aspects of the nature of trust.
A restructured web presence is the first step for Research Ethics Board efforts to enhance communication with researchers.
UWindsor professor Suzanne McMurphy was recently honoured as one of the top alumni of the school where she completed her graduate studies.
An event at the Walpole Island Cultural Community Centre showcased artists discussing what can happen when people neglect safety on the road.