Hannah Sauve has joined the INCUBATOR Art Lab team as a Research and Studio Assistant.
Hannah is a dedicated student enrolled in the Interdisciplinary Arts and Science at the University of Windsor. In the program, she studies Psychology, Biology, and Visual Arts, exploring innovative ways to integrate these disciplines in her research. Additionally, she is the BUILD Program Coordinator at the University of Windsor’s Student Accessibility Services Department. The BUILD Program, which stands for Bridge to University for Individuals with Learning Disabilities and/or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, is designed to support the transition to university for students with documented learning disabilities and/or ADHD. During her leisure time, Hannah enjoys the company of her cherished pets and the creation of fused glass artwork. As a Research and Studio Assistant, Hannah brings her knowledge of the arts and sciences to the team. She will assist with various studio projects and research, including community engagement events, art and science-related tasks, and social media communications in collaboration with Dr. Jennifer Willet and the INCUBATOR Art Lab team!