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Huron University College data exposure

Huron University College data exposure

Huron University College is seeking assistance in reaching former
students, former applicants to Huron, or former residents in
Huron’s dormitories whose personal information may have been
accessed during a computer server security breach.

Fat or Fit – The Role of Diet and Exercise

Fat or Fit – The Role of Diet and Exercise

Top academics and professionals from the world of nutrition and
exercise will be at The University of Western Ontario Saturday,
March 21, for the third Annual Exercise Nutrition Symposium, hosted
by Mustangs women’s softball program.

New engineering dean appointed

New engineering dean appointed

The University of Western Ontario has appointed Andrew N. Hrymak to
a five-year term as dean of the Faculty of Engineering beginning
July 1.

Robarts and WORLDiscoveries go to MaRS

Robarts and WORLDiscoveries go to MaRS

John MacDonald, new Director of Robarts Research Institute, will be
formally introduced to key politicians and businesspeople in
Toronto at a luncheon held at the MaRS Discovery District on March
17.

Young to act as UW interim CEO

Young to act as UW interim CEO

United Way of London & Middlesex today announced that Ruth
Young, a member of Western’s Senate, would return to the non-profit
organization as interim CEO following the resignation of Bob Adams.

Rick Telfer named SOGS president

Rick Telfer named SOGS president

Rick Telfer has been named the 2009-10 president of the Society of
Graduate Students, beating candidate Sarah Detombe by nearly 100
votes.

Mustangs win Queen’s Cup

Mustangs win Queen’s Cup

Mustangs goalie Brad Topping turned away 30 shots to help Western’s
men’s hockey team beat the McGill Redmen 2-1 to win the Queen’s Cup
at Thompson Arena on Saturday night.

Mustangs lose on buzzer-beater

Mustangs lose on buzzer-beater

The Western Mustangs men’s basketball team had their hearts broken
on a last second shot, giving the Carleton Ravens a 66-65 win in
CIS semifinal action at Ottawa’s Scotiabank Place Saturday night.

Case competition builds global bridges

Case competition builds global bridges

The Richard Ivey School of Business is showcasing its case-based
learning method and exposing students to diverse perspectives and
challenges of the global marketplace via the 20th Annual Scotiabank
International Case Competition March 18-21.

Huron University College data exposure

Huron University College data exposure

Huron University College is seeking assistance in reaching former
students, former applicants to Huron, or former residents in
Huron’s dormitories whose personal information may have been
accessed during a computer server security breach.

Fat or Fit – The Role of Diet and Exercise

Fat or Fit – The Role of Diet and Exercise

Top academics and professionals from the world of nutrition and
exercise will be at The University of Western Ontario Saturday,
March 21, for the third Annual Exercise Nutrition Symposium, hosted
by Mustangs women’s softball program.

New engineering dean appointed

New engineering dean appointed

The University of Western Ontario has appointed Andrew N. Hrymak to
a five-year term as dean of the Faculty of Engineering beginning
July 1.

Robarts and WORLDiscoveries go to MaRS

Robarts and WORLDiscoveries go to MaRS

John MacDonald, new Director of Robarts Research Institute, will be
formally introduced to key politicians and businesspeople in
Toronto at a luncheon held at the MaRS Discovery District on March
17.

Young to act as UW interim CEO

Young to act as UW interim CEO

United Way of London & Middlesex today announced that Ruth
Young, a member of Western’s Senate, would return to the non-profit
organization as interim CEO following the resignation of Bob Adams.

Rick Telfer named SOGS president

Rick Telfer named SOGS president

Rick Telfer has been named the 2009-10 president of the Society of
Graduate Students, beating candidate Sarah Detombe by nearly 100
votes.

Mustangs win Queen’s Cup

Mustangs win Queen’s Cup

Mustangs goalie Brad Topping turned away 30 shots to help Western’s
men’s hockey team beat the McGill Redmen 2-1 to win the Queen’s Cup
at Thompson Arena on Saturday night.