Brescia MScFN student Ann-Carolyn Lang scoring goals for diversity in women’s soccer
Positive thinking helps Ivey grad overcome adversity
Part of the Class of 2021, Jade Williamson creates art aimed at helping endangered species
The university jumps 33 spots to place 170th in the world among more than 1,300 ranked universities
Alumna Louise Johnson’s debut book tells dual tale of Elizabeth Arden and self-discovery
A Western-led online platform invites persons with disabilities participating in sport and physical activity to share their lived experiences to inform how to improve accessibility in a post-COVID world.
Schulich Medicine & Dentistry professor Steven Kerfoot provides a clear picture of how our immune systems respond to the COVID-19 vaccine
Story follows adventures of a young Maestro Wes and his introduction to hip hop
Novel program benefits 150 teacher candidates and more than 300 children
Gemma Postill is helping fill the information gap by providing data to Ontario’s Chief Coroner.
The program matches LGBTQ+-identifying faculty members and resident physicians as mentors to medical students.
Hellmuth Prizes recognize the impact of Ivey researcher in business sustainability and Schulich Medicine kidney scientist.
Archival evidence shows how the recording industry in the United States routinely underpaid African American artists since the early 20th century.
More than 60 Indigenous students will be celebrated at the event, including four medical students sharing a special bond.
In ‘The Third Man,’ Neville Thompson draws on Canadian PM’s diaries to illuminate his friendships with Churchill and Roosevelt
Students launch network to provide culturally competent, anti-oppressive, and feminist health care resources for Indigenous and racialized women
Awards celebrate innovative work that aims to reduce the environmental footprint of the university
Life expectancy, birth rates and immigration are all significantly impacted
How a student’s native plant giveaway led to a campus-wide sustainability program
The Juilliard-trained pianist is also an accomplished academic administrator.