Studying outbreaks of previous centuries, students gain context around uncertainty and change
Encouraging conversations about what’s on and off the page
Mustangs legend leaves behind a sports legacy
Western scientists engage with best international minds to ensure safe storage of used nuclear fuel
Addressing social inequalities to ensure physical activity is accessible to all Canadians
Western history students lead first-ever guided tours of legendary ballpark
Examining COVID-19 disparities that remain in Toronto neighbourhoods
Kibret Mequanint’s research promises to improve epilepsy treatment with effective dosing
Neuroscience and psychology student Ashley Li brings diverse perspective and leadership skills to her role as Student-Writer-in-Residence
Expert insights: Why many Canadians don’t seem to care about the lasting effects of residential schools
The importance of understanding the harms and violence that continue to impact Indigenous people across Canada
The investment will add to our understanding of the Moon’s geology and geophysics, in advance of plans to land a rover on the Moon within five years.
An international team, including Western Space scientist Els Peeters, will use NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope to study the Orion Bar.
Western and Bishop’s team receives $1.1 million from Canadian Space Agency
Projects slated for 2021-2022 include a new Entrepreneurship and Innovation Centre and an Indigenous Learning Centre
Cabinet Clean-Out campaign may become an annual event
The contribution, from Power Corporation of Canada, Canada Life, and IGM Financial, will help further research and create visionary leaders.
Jessica Singer will work with the St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador newsroom
The Juilliard-trained pianist is also an accomplished academic administrator.
The program will examine the climate crisis by integrating perspectives from science, social science and the humanities
New WHO policy brief led by Western’s Maxwell Smith provides ethical guidance for countries and organizations.