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Western women lead way in award winners

Western women lead way in award winners

A wave of purple pride washed over the 2015 Women of Excellence announcement Tuesday morning as six of eight winners of the biennial award were members of the Western community.

Western Reads pens a fresh chapter for community

Western Reads pens a fresh chapter for community

Trista Walker couldn’t be happier to see the resurrection of Western Reads. The campus book club started as a way to celebrate Western’s 125th anniversary in 2003, as a means to creatively engage alumni and the local community, encouraging readership of works by...

Marley: Work together for greater things

Marley: Work together for greater things

Stephanie Marley’s words may have sounded familiar. But the sentiment was all her’s. “Help the weak when you are strong,” Marley, BA’99 (Psychology), told a crowd in attendance in the University Community Centre’s McKellar Theatre on Friday. The line was, of course,...

Young leader making public health connections

Young leader making public health connections

At 40, Western alumnus Dr. Gabriel Leung heads of the School pf Public Health at the University of Hong Kong (UHK), where he has been a tenured professor since age 34.

Dean, alumnae named among most influential women

Dean, alumnae named among most influential women

Richard Ivey School of Business Dean Carol Stephenson, along with five Western alumnae, have been named among Canada’s most influential women, according to Women of Influence Magazine.

Chan named among global power players

Chan named among global power players

Forbes magazine has ranked Margaret Chan, BA’73, MD’77, DSc’99, World Health Organization (WHO) director-general, as the world’s 37th most powerful woman on the magazine’s 100 Women Who Rule the World list.

Different time, same school spirit for alumnus

Harold Bettger was just like any other student at Western. He excelled in school, joined a fraternity, ventured downtown and played on the soccer team. The only difference is there were three buildings on campus at the time. After all, it was the early 1930s.

Western women lead way in award winners

Western women lead way in award winners

A wave of purple pride washed over the 2015 Women of Excellence announcement Tuesday morning as six of eight winners of the biennial award were members of the Western community.

Western Reads pens a fresh chapter for community

Western Reads pens a fresh chapter for community

Trista Walker couldn’t be happier to see the resurrection of Western Reads. The campus book club started as a way to celebrate Western’s 125th anniversary in 2003, as a means to creatively engage alumni and the local community, encouraging readership of works by...

Marley: Work together for greater things

Marley: Work together for greater things

Stephanie Marley’s words may have sounded familiar. But the sentiment was all her’s. “Help the weak when you are strong,” Marley, BA’99 (Psychology), told a crowd in attendance in the University Community Centre’s McKellar Theatre on Friday. The line was, of course,...

Young leader making public health connections

Young leader making public health connections

At 40, Western alumnus Dr. Gabriel Leung heads of the School pf Public Health at the University of Hong Kong (UHK), where he has been a tenured professor since age 34.

Dean, alumnae named among most influential women

Dean, alumnae named among most influential women

Richard Ivey School of Business Dean Carol Stephenson, along with five Western alumnae, have been named among Canada’s most influential women, according to Women of Influence Magazine.

Chan named among global power players

Chan named among global power players

Forbes magazine has ranked Margaret Chan, BA’73, MD’77, DSc’99, World Health Organization (WHO) director-general, as the world’s 37th most powerful woman on the magazine’s 100 Women Who Rule the World list.

Different time, same school spirit for alumnus

Harold Bettger was just like any other student at Western. He excelled in school, joined a fraternity, ventured downtown and played on the soccer team. The only difference is there were three buildings on campus at the time. After all, it was the early 1930s.