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In Memoriam – Angus McKenzie

In Memoriam – Angus McKenzie

Western alumnus, former adjunct Law professor and honorary degree
recipient Angus McKenzie died Monday night in London at the age of
83.

Ageism in Academia

Ageism in Academia

The Equity Committee of University of Western Ontario Faculty
Association, along with the Office of the Provost, is co-hosting a
half-day workshop to raise awareness about age discrimination as a
human rights issue.

Men’s hockey coach earns 200th career victory

Men’s hockey coach earns 200th career victory

University of Western Ontario men’s hockey head coach Clarke Singer
earned his 200th win as a head coach as the Mustangs slammed the
Royal Military College Paladins 9-2 at Thompson Arena on Jan. 16.

Former Huron principal dies

Former Huron principal dies

The Huron University College community, along with The University
of Western Ontario, is saddened by news of the death of John
Morden, who served as principal of Huron from 1962 to 1984.

HIV intervention program gets U.S. approval

HIV intervention program gets U.S. approval

University of Western Ontario professor Bill Fisher has written a
prescription for reducing the transmission of HIV infection and
it’s caught the attention of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control
and Prevention.

Keeping students in local workforce

Keeping students in local workforce

With London looking for ways to keep Western students in town after
graduation, soon-to-be graduates of The University of Western
Ontario and Fanshawe College will connect with hundreds of the
city’s top employers thanks to a unique networking idea.

Brescia unveils new bursaries

Brescia unveils new bursaries

Brescia University College is taking a lead in increasing access to
education for students by introducing 25 bursaries valued at $2,000
each for female Grade 12 students in southwestern Ontario.

Coalition or coup?

Coalition or coup?

An open forum on parliamentary democracy and the role of the
governor-general is set for Friday (Jan. 16) from 11:30 a.m. to 1
p.m. in the Moot Court Room at Western Law.

The role of the Governor General

The role of the Governor General

When Governor General Michaelle Jean prorogued Parliament last
month, it raised a number of questions about the role of the
Governor General and the legitimacy of a coalition government.

Green building living, breathing classroom

Green building living, breathing classroom

While it may be made of steel and concrete, the Claudette
MacKay-Lassonde Pavilion – a.k.a the Green building – will in fact
become a living and breathing entity that will present researchers
with more data than they know what to do with.

In Memoriam – Angus McKenzie

In Memoriam – Angus McKenzie

Western alumnus, former adjunct Law professor and honorary degree
recipient Angus McKenzie died Monday night in London at the age of
83.

Ageism in Academia

Ageism in Academia

The Equity Committee of University of Western Ontario Faculty
Association, along with the Office of the Provost, is co-hosting a
half-day workshop to raise awareness about age discrimination as a
human rights issue.

Men’s hockey coach earns 200th career victory

Men’s hockey coach earns 200th career victory

University of Western Ontario men’s hockey head coach Clarke Singer
earned his 200th win as a head coach as the Mustangs slammed the
Royal Military College Paladins 9-2 at Thompson Arena on Jan. 16.

Former Huron principal dies

Former Huron principal dies

The Huron University College community, along with The University
of Western Ontario, is saddened by news of the death of John
Morden, who served as principal of Huron from 1962 to 1984.

HIV intervention program gets U.S. approval

HIV intervention program gets U.S. approval

University of Western Ontario professor Bill Fisher has written a
prescription for reducing the transmission of HIV infection and
it’s caught the attention of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control
and Prevention.

Keeping students in local workforce

Keeping students in local workforce

With London looking for ways to keep Western students in town after
graduation, soon-to-be graduates of The University of Western
Ontario and Fanshawe College will connect with hundreds of the
city’s top employers thanks to a unique networking idea.

Brescia unveils new bursaries

Brescia unveils new bursaries

Brescia University College is taking a lead in increasing access to
education for students by introducing 25 bursaries valued at $2,000
each for female Grade 12 students in southwestern Ontario.

Coalition or coup?

Coalition or coup?

An open forum on parliamentary democracy and the role of the
governor-general is set for Friday (Jan. 16) from 11:30 a.m. to 1
p.m. in the Moot Court Room at Western Law.

The role of the Governor General

The role of the Governor General

When Governor General Michaelle Jean prorogued Parliament last
month, it raised a number of questions about the role of the
Governor General and the legitimacy of a coalition government.

Green building living, breathing classroom

Green building living, breathing classroom

While it may be made of steel and concrete, the Claudette
MacKay-Lassonde Pavilion – a.k.a the Green building – will in fact
become a living and breathing entity that will present researchers
with more data than they know what to do with.