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Student initiative earns provincial award

Student initiative earns provincial award

When some Western graduate students in the clinical psychology
program were looking for ways to spread the word of psychological
issues to the London community, acknowledgement for their plan from
the Ontario Psychological Association (OPA) was not a part of their
motivation.

Staff, Leaders’ conference Feb. 17-20

Staff, Leaders’ conference Feb. 17-20

From access to a journalist and comedian to a chef and author, the
annual Staff & Leaders’ Conference will open the door to
personal growth in the Western community.

Family medicine turns 40

Family medicine turns 40

Family physicians across the country can trace their daily
practices and bedside manner back to The University of Western
Ontario.

Workshop on age discrimination

Workshop on age discrimination

With people living and working longer in an era without mandatory
retirement, the university is sponsoring a workshop on age
discrimination to respond to the generation gap.

Market downturn forces budget cuts

Market downturn forces budget cuts

The market downturn has forced The University of Western Ontario to
make additional cuts to operating budgets, put some building
projects on hold and plan for the possibility of layoffs.

My month with the chimps

My month with the chimps

“L’eau, l’eau, l’eau!”
“Arachide, arachide!” “Baton, baton,
baton!”

Graduate Studies Open House

Graduate Studies Open House

Students looking for an exciting opportunity to earn their MSc or
PhD in the field of health research are encouraged to take part in
the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry’s Graduate Studies
Open House this Saturday (Jan. 17).

London Reads continues with a bit of Gratitude

London Reads continues with a bit of Gratitude

The next book club event in the London Reads series continues
tonight (Jan. 14) with University of Western Ontario President Paul
Davenport and London Public Library Community Outreach &
Program Services co-ordinator Delilah Deane Cummings.

The psychology of passion

The psychology of passion

Psychology guest lecturer Robert Vallerand proposes passion can be
harmonious and obsessive, but it also makes life worth living.

Information Men: Data Processing in Victorian Literature

Information Men: Data Processing in Victorian Literature

Learn about data collection before the age of computers as
associate English professor Christopher Keep discusses the ways in
which scientific collection and arrangement of facts and data were
represented in the popular fiction of the 19th century.

Budget cuts driven by economy

Budget cuts driven by economy

All university faculties and departments are being told to cut more
from their budgets in the wake of a downturn in the international
economy.