Don’t look for Liam Israels to take credit for his success. “I don’t do things for reward; I do things because they’re the right thing to do,” explained the 19 year old. “I always challenge myself to take part in new experiences and expand my learning.”
Katie Brown vividly remembers reading ‘Abundance: The Future is Better Than You Think,’ a book spotlighting how scientific innovators and technology are being used to solve humanity’s biggest problems. It ignited in her a love for science and the drive to create a better society. She was 12 years old.
Liam Israels and Katie Brown, two of the nation’s highest achieving secondary students, will begin their undergraduate studies at Western this fall as recipients of Schulich Leaders Scholarships.
The Western Mustangs football team has begun its quest to return for a third-straight Vanier Cup with two-a-day practices at TD Stadium.
You’ll have plenty to do while figuring out ‘How To Do Nothing’ when Information & Media Studies lecturer Mark A. Rayner takes a turn on Read. Watch. Listen.