Former Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz believes the Canadian economy will rebound, although some sectors will continue to struggle.
His mother’s demand that he aim high led Worrell to Western, and to the top of the American Psychological Association.
A lighting system, designed by Western alumni and tested by ImPaKT researchers, can decontaminate high-touch surfaces.
Several Western alumni and honorary degree recipients have been named to the Order of Canada.
What do beans, grape skins, chia seeds and activated charcoal have in common? For Giovanni Angelucci, HBA‘11, founder and CEO of Queen Street Bakery, these items are ingredients in his unique recipes for gluten-free bread products.
An alumna’s book detailing one of Canada’s great, previously untold business philanthropy stories has won a major award book.
Law professor Rande Kostal has been awarded a prestigious international honour for authoring a book that sheds new light on the limits of America’s ability to impose democracy on defeated countries.
Ajani Charles stands among the world’s noted photographers but his artistry is a tool for mental health advocacy he learned while a student at Western.
Western alumnus Kevin Vuong is the sole Canadian among 14 youth leaders chosen to share their views on security and peace with the National Atlantic Treaty Organization.
A first-year course in constitutional law sparked in Leaelle Derynck a passion for Indigenous legal traditions.
When the the Toronto Blue Jays aim for even greater heights next season, Clare Padmore hopes to share in their success as a biolmechanical engineer working to help ballplayers achieve their athletic potential.
Padmore graduates this fall with her PhD in biomechanics and biomechanical engineering and joins a community of more than 315,000 Western alumni worldwide.
Western is bringing campus icons to the doors and screens of the fall Class of 2020 – from personalized gift boxes to images of the places, people and things that have become symbols of their alma mater.
Integrated science gold medalist Jeremiah Joseph says the chance to make a difference fuels his aspirations.
From his hospital bed, Steven Gameiro, PhD’20, made the decision to completely pivot the focus of his doctoral research. It was a risky, but necessary move for the young scientist. He was used to working in a wet lab setting, exploring cancers caused by the human...
Context matters. Shabi Ullah, MPH’20, says these two words were her biggest takeaway from the Master of Public Health program at Western.
A master’s degree in communications is offering Kat Brown-Blake something her 15-year career as a lawyer in Florida wasn’t able to – a sense of greater purpose.
Ellie Sak may well be the first business student in Ivey Business School history to clinch an internship by reciting Robert Frost poems. And, to borrow from the poet’s voice, that has made all the difference in helping her land a career she loves.
A two-hour music-and-stories showcase on Oct. 17 will cap a Homecoming program that builds on Western’s tradition as best in Canada.
A $9.2-million gift from Jeff and Shelley Parr has helped Western University launch a centre dedicated to student mental health and well-being.
Drew Murray, can credit his storied career partly to technology’s triumph over the curse of cursive. Now Murray, BA’97, MBA’06, is celebrating his debut novel, Broken Genius.