Have you ever heard of a student excited to complete a course project? What if I told you there was a class of 350 students (including myself) engaged to voluntarily complete a course project together? What if that project was assigned just weeks before final exams and not worth any grades or mark for the course?
Canada needs to rethink how it manages the role of formal care, as opposed to family care, for dementia patients in order to avoid caregiver burnout, one Western Nursing professor contends.
John Leonard, a Western English professor and renowned John Milton scholar, recently published Faithful Labourers: A Reception History of ‘Paradise Lost’, a two-volume work dealing with centuries of Milton scholarship.
Western History professor emeritus Roger L. Emerson has been named the winner of the 2013 Saltire Literary Award, Scottish History Book of the Year. The Saltire Society, dedicated to the preservation and furtherance of Scottish culture, announced the award on Nov. 14.
While anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction surgery is a widely proven procedure, a Western orthopaedic surgeon says re-injury rates in young patients after such procedures are unacceptably high for those returning to pivoting sports like basketball, volleyball and soccer.