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Starbucks and the impact of implicit bias training

Starbucks and the impact of implicit bias training

More than 1,200 Starbucks in Canada will close this afternoon to provide its staff with implicit bias training, two weeks after all of the coffee company’s outlets in the United States did the same thing.

Determination drives adult learners

Determination drives adult learners

Fourteen learners from a variety of educational institutions and agencies received Adult Learner Awards from the London Council for Adult Education (LCAE) on May 17.

Read. Watch. Listen. with Jasmine Ball

Read. Watch. Listen. with Jasmine Ball

If you’re a sucker for maladjusted protagonists navigating unsatisfactory interpersonal relationships, then Jasmine Ball has an idea for your next binge-watch evening.

Read. Watch. Listen. with James Patten

Read. Watch. Listen. with James Patten

Understanding that art does more than hang on walls, James Patten explains why he is the guy you want to invite over to the house on a free evening with a stack of LPs under his arm.

Feedback sought on Executive Compensation Framework

Feedback sought on Executive Compensation Framework

Executive salaries across the broader public sector, including those at Ontario universities, have been frozen by the provincial government since 2010. In accordance with the provincial regulations, Western has developed a draft framework for executive salaries going...

Study uncovers historic tornado outbreak

Study uncovers historic tornado outbreak

Following an extensive ground and aerial survey led by wind engineering experts at Western, it has been determined that the tornado outbreak of June 18, 2017 in southern Québec is officially the largest recorded in the province’s history and, consequently, one of the largest ever recorded in Canada.

UC, Kent Drive landscape work to begin

UC, Kent Drive landscape work to begin

As the two-year renovation project to the interior of University College comes to a close this spring, construction will begin to revitalize the surrounding outdoor space.

Hearn: Where are the promised changes to Senate?

Hearn: Where are the promised changes to Senate?

By Alison Hearn, Western Communications  Senator Alison Hearn submitted the following notice of motion that she intends to ask Senate to speed up implementing revisions to the governing body's representation, at Senate's regular meeting April 13: I am disappointed to...

Starbucks and the impact of implicit bias training

Starbucks and the impact of implicit bias training

More than 1,200 Starbucks in Canada will close this afternoon to provide its staff with implicit bias training, two weeks after all of the coffee company’s outlets in the United States did the same thing.

Determination drives adult learners

Determination drives adult learners

Fourteen learners from a variety of educational institutions and agencies received Adult Learner Awards from the London Council for Adult Education (LCAE) on May 17.

Read. Watch. Listen. with Jasmine Ball

Read. Watch. Listen. with Jasmine Ball

If you’re a sucker for maladjusted protagonists navigating unsatisfactory interpersonal relationships, then Jasmine Ball has an idea for your next binge-watch evening.

Read. Watch. Listen. with James Patten

Read. Watch. Listen. with James Patten

Understanding that art does more than hang on walls, James Patten explains why he is the guy you want to invite over to the house on a free evening with a stack of LPs under his arm.

Feedback sought on Executive Compensation Framework

Feedback sought on Executive Compensation Framework

Executive salaries across the broader public sector, including those at Ontario universities, have been frozen by the provincial government since 2010. In accordance with the provincial regulations, Western has developed a draft framework for executive salaries going...

Study uncovers historic tornado outbreak

Study uncovers historic tornado outbreak

Following an extensive ground and aerial survey led by wind engineering experts at Western, it has been determined that the tornado outbreak of June 18, 2017 in southern Québec is officially the largest recorded in the province’s history and, consequently, one of the largest ever recorded in Canada.

UC, Kent Drive landscape work to begin

UC, Kent Drive landscape work to begin

As the two-year renovation project to the interior of University College comes to a close this spring, construction will begin to revitalize the surrounding outdoor space.

Hearn: Where are the promised changes to Senate?

Hearn: Where are the promised changes to Senate?

By Alison Hearn, Western Communications  Senator Alison Hearn submitted the following notice of motion that she intends to ask Senate to speed up implementing revisions to the governing body's representation, at Senate's regular meeting April 13: I am disappointed to...