Blending science with Indigenous knowledge key to meaningful change, says prof
Western grads Jen Martins, Jill Moffatt part of Team Canada’s biggest Olympic rowing team in recent history
Awards commemorate Madiha Salman and Salman Afzaal, support future grad students
5 candidates recognized for leadership and research
New international study investigates relatively unregulated world of tattoo ink
Young drivers survey first step to preventing youth from driving under cannabis influence
Giving back brings personal growth to MSc graduate
Adam Taylor heals past hurts by honing his passion for helping others
Second time’s the charm for Claude Guillemette who found acceptance and the university experience he missed
Schulich Medicine & Dentistry professor Arlene MacDougall provides strategies on how to manage anxiety as the country moves into the next phase of the pandemic.
Researchers have designed a mathematical tool to help program cochlear implants with precision for each patient’s unique anatomy.
Montreal-based artist hopes to inspire others to give
Professor emeritus Slobodan Simonovic studies flood risk and prevention
Investment from Pierre L. Morrissette Family Foundation provides campus-wide access to entrepreneurial research, education and programming
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
Western Meteor Group contributes to international study of important asteroid recovered in Botswana.
Sustainability research, policy and practice earn Western high placement among global peers.
Victoria Esses and her collaborators examine Canada’s immigration system prior to the pandemic, and suggest changes for success moving forward.
Through the Ivey Community Consulting Project (CCP), Ivey’s HBA students offer pro-bono consulting to non-profit organizations.
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.