Continuing Studies at Western’s role in fostering a creative city can be traced back to the foresight 10 years ago in establishing the department in the downtown London core, says director Carolyn Young.
Conducting a mission to another planet or moon requires literally thousands of hours of revolutionary research and thought-provoking investigation. An important step in that preparation is to run a mission simulation to test operational, scientific, and technological concepts.
The medical school at The University of Western Ontario celebrates its 130th anniversary this year and welcomes the class of 2015 with the traditional White Coat Ceremony on Wednesday, Aug. 31.
Teaching global-ready graduates does not come with a simple formula. Faculty, staff and graduate students are invited to share ideas and learn more about what it means to offer an international education at Western at the Fall Perspectives on Teaching Conference held Sept. 1.
Jamie Melling, University of Western Ontario kinesiology assistant professor (anatomy), won’t be the first person to tell you to exercise. He just wants you – especially those with diabetes – to be safe while doing so.