World-class researchers working to re-engineer vaccine to protect against current, emerging variants.
New research shows cultural training programs need more than just filling knowledge gaps
New academic-development modules to support Western instructors in decolonizing their curriculum
Examining how police procedural television shows influence public’s perception of law and order.
Hadil Abdallah shares life-changing experience pursuing master’s in engineering in a new country
Programs support leadership development of academics and administrators
When not helping develop life-saving medications, Laura Russell finds solace in nature
Western researcher leads collaborative project to document civil war memories.
Brescia MScFN student Ann-Carolyn Lang scoring goals for diversity in women’s soccer
Technology helps Saskatchewan residents find closest available COVID-19 vaccines
Giving back brings personal growth to MSc graduate
Positive thinking helps Ivey grad overcome adversity
From climate change to neuroscience, scope of Western research expertise grows
Raising income, economic outlook will break down barriers to reproductive health
Part of the Class of 2021, Jade Williamson creates art aimed at helping endangered species
Teacher candidate brings energy and personality to classroom
Adam Taylor heals past hurts by honing his passion for helping others
Virtual festivities include keynote from renowned Canadian storyteller Ivan Coyote
Second time’s the charm for Claude Guillemette who found acceptance and the university experience he missed
How Tyra Martens, BMOS’21, managed motherhood, pregnancy, work, and school, to achieve her goal of a university education