CFI backs Western effort to build safer structures

CFI backs Western effort to build safer structures

Aging structures – like bridges, roads and pipelines – that supply basic services are crumbling around us, at a considerable cost to Canadians. According to Civil & Environmental Engineering professor Timothy Newson, it’s often not just age, but the shifting...
CFI backs Western effort to build safer structures

Parkin, Tweddell set out to Leave For Change

Michele Parkin, of Faculty Relations, and David Tweddell, of Research Western, have been named the university’s latest staff cohort to Leave For Change, a program which engages university staff in international opportunities, offered through Western’s Staff Working...
Fitness challenge gets Western moving

Fitness challenge gets Western moving

A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. And that first step could simply be the walk to campus for lunch. Starting today, 455 Western employees, making up 65 teams, will participate in the Global Corporate Challenge (GCC), a workplace fitness program...
CFI backs Western effort to build safer structures

Meadows wins Knapper Volunteer Award

Ken Meadows, Western Teaching and Learning Services, has been named the winner of the 2015 Christopher Knapper Outstanding Volunteer Award, the Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (STLHE) announced Tuesday. The award recognizes society members who...