New artwork symbolizes how Western music students have persevered and blossomed throughout a trying pandemic year.
Project Lightbulb will vie for $30,000 at global finals this summer
Up to 400 positions available, including 300 undergraduate research internships
The university is taking its direction from the Middlesex-London Health Unit and is collaborating with officials on contact tracing.
Schulich launches MD+, a new track allowing medical students to pursue a master’s degree or certificate in a wide variety of subjects.
New pilot program helps graduates from the Faculty of Social Science with future employment by creating 12-month, full-time, paid apprenticeship positions.
“We expect to return to face-to-face instruction, and more of the on-campus experiences we all love, this coming September,” said President Alan Shepard.
Personal connections key to Western’s recruitment strategy
For Alanna La Rose, receiving Ivey’s MBA Indigenous Entrance Scholarship comes with a personal call to action.
Forty medical students have teamed up with seniors in a new program to reduce social isolation.
PhD student Payam Momeni is inaugural recipient of a scholarship in honour of four Western students who perished aboard Flight PS752.
Ditch the chips and pitch the popcorn: two Western students are hoping Londoners’ tastes will rise up to enjoy popped water-lily seeds instead.
The new fellowships will support and increase representation among students heading towards academic and industry careers.
Two projects, one mission: Spreading messages of cheer
Ganathyashan Chelliahpillai and Varunaavee Sivashanmugathas create stroke rehabilitation kits to mitigate the loss of in-person programs.
Guo was one of only five scholarship recipients chosen from Canadian universities this year.
When David Zheng, a third-year medical student at Schulich Medicine & Dentistry, finished playing the last few notes of a Chopin piece over video chat, the woman on the other end of the call smiled. Zheng is leading a volunteer team bringing music to long-term care homes.
Western is providing additional support for Indigenous students through a partnership with Indspire, a charity led by alumna Roberta Jamieson, that invests in education of Indigenous Peoples.
Western is clearing a pathway for people who have historically faced social and economic barriers, with a new scholarship program for graduate students who are Indigenous or living with disabilities.
The Middlesex-London Health Unit (MLHU) has declared a COVID-19 outbreak in Saugeen-Maitland Hall residence, where there are currently eight confirmed positive cases.