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Investing institutional energy into energy conservation

Investing institutional energy into energy conservation

Last summer, Western set the bar high for dealing with high temperatures and even higher energy bills. Now, Facilities Management is looking to build on that success with a continued energy conservation push this summer.

New project targets financial crisis fallout

New project targets financial crisis fallout

With similar comments coming from Mark Carney, Canada’s central bank governor, Economics professor Jim MacGee is not alone in thinking the 2008 global financial crisis was, in many ways, an inevitable reflection of long-term trends in the financial sector.

Fisher nominated for Female Artist of the Year

Fisher nominated for Female Artist of the Year

Genevieve Fisher is up against one of the biggest names in country music, but that doesn’t faze the Don Wright Faculty of Music student. She is competing for Female Artist of the Year at the first edition of the Country Music Association of Ontario awards to be held May 27 at the Markham Theatre in Markham.

Sustainability efforts earn nod from The Princeton Review

Sustainability efforts earn nod from The Princeton Review

Less than three months after releasing its universitywide sustainability strategy, Creating a Sustainable Western, Western joined The University of British Columbia as the only two Canadian universities profiled in The Princeton Review’s Guide to 322 Green Colleges: 2013 Edition.

Western to graduate 156 new medical doctors

Western to graduate 156 new medical doctors

Graduates Andrea Lo and Michael Verbora of the Meds Class of 2013 exemplify the leadership qualities that Western’s Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry strives to instill in each of its students.

Investing institutional energy into energy conservation

Investing institutional energy into energy conservation

Last summer, Western set the bar high for dealing with high temperatures and even higher energy bills. Now, Facilities Management is looking to build on that success with a continued energy conservation push this summer.

New project targets financial crisis fallout

New project targets financial crisis fallout

With similar comments coming from Mark Carney, Canada’s central bank governor, Economics professor Jim MacGee is not alone in thinking the 2008 global financial crisis was, in many ways, an inevitable reflection of long-term trends in the financial sector.

Fisher nominated for Female Artist of the Year

Fisher nominated for Female Artist of the Year

Genevieve Fisher is up against one of the biggest names in country music, but that doesn’t faze the Don Wright Faculty of Music student. She is competing for Female Artist of the Year at the first edition of the Country Music Association of Ontario awards to be held May 27 at the Markham Theatre in Markham.

Sustainability efforts earn nod from The Princeton Review

Sustainability efforts earn nod from The Princeton Review

Less than three months after releasing its universitywide sustainability strategy, Creating a Sustainable Western, Western joined The University of British Columbia as the only two Canadian universities profiled in The Princeton Review’s Guide to 322 Green Colleges: 2013 Edition.

Western to graduate 156 new medical doctors

Western to graduate 156 new medical doctors

Graduates Andrea Lo and Michael Verbora of the Meds Class of 2013 exemplify the leadership qualities that Western’s Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry strives to instill in each of its students.