“We expect to return to face-to-face instruction, and more of the on-campus experiences we all love, this coming September,” said President Alan Shepard.
Political science major Eunice Oladejo advocates for clean water, climate action and zero poverty
Erika Chamberlain will help select potential candidates to fill vacancy created by retirement of Justice Rosalie Abella.
The conversion of upper-year student apartments to suite-style residences will help fulfill the university’s guarantee of residence space to first-year students who want it.
The alumnus and former Western fundraiser brings deep experience in the postsecondary and healthcare sectors.
Study recommends governments adopt an intersectional approach to understanding how vulnerabilities and disadvantages affect a person’s health.
A study of five Ontario manufacturers show some companies are more successful at attracting and keeping women because they work at it.
SizeWize platform generates happy customers and revenue for clothing retailers.
The super-fast, smart network enables new research and can help students thrive at Western.
Alumnus Liam Brown finds meaning working for the United Nations World Food Programme.
Like a small airport trying to handle too much air traffic, parts of the brain not meant to process language are trying to perform this complex job in patients with psychosis.
The sports journalist ‘spent his career energizing racist sports journalism.’
Western alumnus Raymond Francis serves as an engineer on NASA’s science operations team for the Perseverance rover, which is set to land in Jezero crater on Mars.
A new competition for Western students is designed to create an augmented-reality version of London locales, with an environmental twist.
Researchers’ assessments of gait variability identified Alzheimer’s disease with 70-per-cent accuracy.
Scholars from West Africa and Western University will study how to nurture sustainable livelihoods in Ghana, Benin, Liberia, Senegal and Nigeria.
Patients with chronic kidney disease are particularly vulnerable to contracting and dying from COVID-19, a Western-led study found.
Our beliefs about our romantic partner colour our perceptions of who they are.
Western researchers are joining forces with Royal Ontario Museum bat biologists to create a ‘vaccine bank’ that could be used in the next pandemic.
Aimee van Wynsberghe’s journey to Bonn runs through Western and CSTAR.