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  • External Relations, University of Regina (External Relations, University of Regina, 2010-11-24)
    Imagine having a job where every morning when you go to work you have a genuine smile on your face as you look forward to the day. "In the first few months, I honestly said my face is hurting from smiling," says Sandra ...
  • External Relations, University of Regina (External Relations, University of Regina, 2010-12-07)
    Can mental health care therapy work online? Dr. Heather Hadjistavropoulos at the University of Regina believes so. At the recent Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation's (SHRF) annual awards dinner Hadjistavropoulos was ...
  • External Relations, University of Regina (External Relations, University of Regina, 2013-10-25)
    Health care is the biggest program expense for governments, and likely to increase even more as Baby Boomers get older. That’s the area of specialty for Dr. Gregory Marchildon, who conducts research into comparative health ...
  • External Relations, University of Regina (External Relations, University of Regina, 2013-09-17)
    Dr. Peter Leavitt’s research focuses on two areas of critical importance globally and locally - water quality and climate change. Leavitt, a professor of biology, is Canada Research Chair in Environmental Change and ...
  • External Relations, University of Regina (External Relations, University of Regina, 2014-01-02)
    Dr. Shadia Drury, a professor in the departments of Political Science and Philosophy is a Canada Research Chair in Social Justice. “Being a Canada Research Chair means a lot because I get to spend more time doing what I ...
  • External Relations, University of Regina (External Relations, University of Regina, 2016-08-18)
    A University of Regina student has wrapped up her research into what’s often considered a taboo subject – how disabilities affect a person’s sex life. Michelle Apps, a social work master’s student, interviewed people with ...
  • External Relations, University of Regina (External Relations, University of Regina, 2016-11-18)
    According to the World Health Organization antibiotic resistance is one of today’s biggest threats to global health, food security and development. Every year there are millions of deaths due to bacterial infections, ...
  • External Relations, University of Regina (External Relations, University of Regina, 2013-10-16)
    University of Regina social work professor, and researcher with the Saskatchewan Health and Evaluation Research Unit (SPHERU), Nuelle Novik is drawing attention to seniors struggling with food security. Novik has been ...
  • External Relations, University of Regina (External Relations, University of Regina, 2013-08-22)
    “Bats have a huge ecological and economic importance. They’re major controllers of pests and insects, and it’s estimated that bats save the forestry and agriculture industries billions of dollars a year in North America. ...
  • External Relations, University of Regina (External Relations, University of Regina, 2013-11-04)
    A safe food supply is often assumed as a basic way of life in Canada. But, the safety and high standards are there because of research. Dr. Christopher Yost, a biology associate professor in the Faculty of Science at the ...
  • External Relations, University of Regina (External Relations, University of Regina, 2016-01-18)
    Most people who try to quit smoking don’t have access to one-on-one support to guide them through the challenges of meeting their goal. It's National Non-Smoking Week in Canada Jan. 17 - 23, and the U of R is helping people ...
  • External Relations, University of Regina (External Relations, University of Regina, 2015-07-11)
    University of Regina researchers and Wascana Centre Authority are pleading with the public to not release their pets into the wild. The plea comes after the researchers discovered red-eared sliders living in Wascana Lake. ...
  • External Relations, University of Regina (External Relations, University of Regina, 2012-08-29)
    Last year researchers in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science received $2.7 million in funding from the federal and provincial governments through the Western Economic Partnership Agreement (WEPA) to design, ...
  • External Relations, University of Regina (External Relations, University of Regina, 2015-03-13)
    The Faculty of Arts' Community Research Unit is lending a hand to Regina Fire & Protection Services to address a critical public safety issue. Careless cooking is the number one cause of residential fires in Regina and in ...
  • External Relations, University of Regina (External Relations, University of Regina, 2012-04-12)
    Researchers from the University of Regina’s Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science received the 2012 Paragon Award of Innovation for their revolutionary research and development in hydrogen production.
  • External Relations, University of Regina (External Relations, University of Regina, 2015-08-11)
    Collaborative research projects using acoustical analysis may help reduce health risks for people. Psychology professor Dr. Nick Carleton’s work includes research into anxiety disorders, chronic pain, and traumatic stress. ...
  • External Relations, University of Regina (External Relations, University of Regina, 2016-03-22)
    Are you a risk taker or are you cautious? Do you always stay under the speed limit, or do you risk getting a ticket or being in an accident by speeding? Do you keep your money in a savings account, or risk it on the stock market?
  • External Relations, University of Regina (External Relations, University of Regina, 2012-09-04)
    Tinkerbell lamps, funky zebra print chairs, racks of clothes, and pictures of family and loved ones. These were just some of the items being wheeled into the University of Regina residence buildings over the weekend as ...
  • External Relations, University of Regina (External Relations, University of Regina, 2014-03-03)
    Cannibalism has long disgusted, scared, and fascinated us. Did you know it was practiced in Europe in systematic ways late into the 1800s or that there are human groups that until very recently treated it as the ultimate ...
  • External Relations, University of Regina (External Relations, University of Regina, 2016-10-24)
    The U.S. response to the 9/11 attacks is generally viewed as a turning point in modern American history. And in many ways it was. For example, the U.S. launched invasions of Iraq and Afghanistan. However, Dr. Mark Anderson, ...