Most classes and exams move online, students encouraged to leave residence.
Increase in regional case counts reflected on campus
The university is taking its direction from the Middlesex-London Health Unit and is collaborating with officials on contact tracing.
National group aims to create access to work-integrated learning for every student.
The university reminds students to follow public health guidelines.
The Middlesex-London Health Unit (MLHU) has declared a COVID-19 outbreak in Essex Hall residence, where there are currently seven confirmed positive cases.
“We expect to return to face-to-face instruction, and more of the on-campus experiences we all love, this coming September,” said President Alan Shepard.
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Update from Western President Alan Shepard
Many older people have become entirely responsible for the care of a frail spouse, in addition to running a household and caring for themselves.
Forty medical students have teamed up with seniors in a new program to reduce social isolation.
Mental health stigma exists at individual and structural levels – and that affects health care.
Neurofeedback can reduce symptoms and lead to remission in PTSD patients.
The award acknowledges the work and promise of a young researcher and newly recruited faculty member.
New study will look at the reduction in access and how it is affecting those involved with Ontario’s family justice system.
A team of Western researchers has developed a simple test – faster and more accurate than any approved thus far in Canada – to determine who has developed COVID-19 antibodies.
Western delays in-person instruction to February 21, following Reading Week. Virtual classes go ahead as planned.
A combat surgeon and English professor emeritus are among several Western-connected Canadians to be celebrated with top national and provincial honours.
What the province-wide shutdown – effective Saturday, December 26 – means for Western’s academic and campus operations.
Narratives of strength and hope during COVID-19 are the focus of a new report on Indigenous health.