The program matches LGBTQ+-identifying faculty members and resident physicians as mentors to medical students.
A team led by postdoctoral researcher Jordan Mansell has received a Grand Challenges for Human Flourishing award to study how emotions influence prejudice.
The 10 students applied gender-sensitive analysis to United Nations reports on Syria, Yemen, Burundi and South Sudan.
The Pathology and Laboratory Medicine (PaLM) clinical labs support seven public health units, including hospitals and long-term care facilities, from Owen Sound to Windsor
Vishal Vijay, HBA’22 candidate, created Social Educating, a free online tutoring program
Corrosion continues to cause major health and infrastructure problems worldwide. To bring attention to the issues, the World Corrosion Organization acknowledges April 24, 2021 as Corrosion Awareness Day.
While multiracial children born to cohabiting parents are more likely than their single-race counterparts to experience family instability, that increased risk does not exist for multiracial children born to married parents, according to new research.
A report authored by Western alumni examines anti-Black racism through a public health lens.
Project Lightbulb will vie for $30,000 at global finals this summer
Western neuroscientists found improving planning can have a dramatic effect on the quality of performance and adjust ongoing behaviours.
A national research study gathered information on the health needs of trans and non-binary Canadians.
A mix of space flight and medical applications research, researchers are perfecting artificial intelligence-enhanced methods for 3D printing in space.
Western study shows that we need ‘immediate and inclusive policies’ to address the impacts of climate change on rural migrant farmers
From chamber music to chart-topping global sensations, five Western community members are up for awards in upcoming 50th anniversary celebration of Canadian music.
Western molecular virologist Stephen Barr looks back on the year as the world marks the anniversary of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Family functioning, bullying, substance use and ADHD diagnoses are key factors leading to absenteeism.
Taking home-grown research to the international market
Aleksander Essex and his team investigated Ontario’s online voting practices and procedures for municipal elections and found numerous issues and irregularities.
Ashley Audrain’s psychological thriller is a New York Times best seller.
The conversion of upper-year student apartments to suite-style residences will help fulfill the university’s guarantee of residence space to first-year students who want it.