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McIntosh exhibit explores plight of post-war refugees

McIntosh exhibit explores plight of post-war refugees

London, Ont., artist Thelma Rosner could not have foreseen a more fitting global backdrop for her current installation at Western’s McIntosh Gallery. Rosner’s show, Where Can I Go Now?, sheds light on the lasting impact of war, focusing on civilians …

Panel to highlight digital scholarship

Panel to highlight digital scholarship

To celebrate International Open Access Week (Oct. 24-30), Western Libraries will host a panel discussion about how researchers use technologies to open up communication with scholars around the world.

Revisiting Baroque at international conference

Revisiting Baroque at international conference

The University of Western Ontario welcomes researchers from around the world this weekend for ‘NeoBaroque Revisited,’ an international and interdisciplinary conference on the Baroque.

RAG sends invite for new membership

RAG sends invite for new membership

What do professors do after they retire? Maintain Mexican villas? Call their investment advisers daily? Take their yachts around the world?

Uncovering family ties across the ages

Elizabeth Greene has spent the best part of the last decade in the hills of northern England playing in the dirt. And she can’t think of a better way to earn a living.

Info session set for Rwanda course

Info session set for Rwanda course

All students are invited to an information session on the ‘Rwanda: Culture, Society and Reconstruction’ course at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 6 in University Community Centre, room 210.

Truth and Reconciliation book launch today

Truth and Reconciliation book launch today

The Public Humanities @ Western presents the launch of Cultivating Canada: Reconciliation Through the Lens of Cultural Diversity, the third and final volume in the Aboriginal Healing Foundation’s series on Truth and Reconciliation, today (Oct. 3).

Class opens eyes to a new world

The Rwanda: Culture, Society and Reconstruction course in the Department of French Studies, taught by Professor Henri Boyi, involves a 5-week international service-learning experience in Rwanda. Western News asked three students from that class - Tara Dupuis, Patricia...

University needs to dig deep to be global-ready

University needs to dig deep to be global-ready

As a business student, Melyssa Kerr worried she wouldn’t be able “to do good” when she joined a working world focused on the bottom line. But an experience abroad showed her passion for community service did not have to be relegated to a weekend hobby.

Class a learning experience for professor and student

First-year students represent more than fresh faces in Christine Sprengler’s classroom. They offer new perspectives and unique questions to make it just as much of a learning experience for the teacher as the pupil.

Panel to highlight digital scholarship

Panel to highlight digital scholarship

To celebrate International Open Access Week (Oct. 24-30), Western Libraries will host a panel discussion about how researchers use technologies to open up communication with scholars around the world.

Revisiting Baroque at international conference

Revisiting Baroque at international conference

The University of Western Ontario welcomes researchers from around the world this weekend for ‘NeoBaroque Revisited,’ an international and interdisciplinary conference on the Baroque.

RAG sends invite for new membership

RAG sends invite for new membership

What do professors do after they retire? Maintain Mexican villas? Call their investment advisers daily? Take their yachts around the world?

Uncovering family ties across the ages

Elizabeth Greene has spent the best part of the last decade in the hills of northern England playing in the dirt. And she can’t think of a better way to earn a living.

Info session set for Rwanda course

Info session set for Rwanda course

All students are invited to an information session on the ‘Rwanda: Culture, Society and Reconstruction’ course at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 6 in University Community Centre, room 210.

Truth and Reconciliation book launch today

Truth and Reconciliation book launch today

The Public Humanities @ Western presents the launch of Cultivating Canada: Reconciliation Through the Lens of Cultural Diversity, the third and final volume in the Aboriginal Healing Foundation’s series on Truth and Reconciliation, today (Oct. 3).

Class opens eyes to a new world

The Rwanda: Culture, Society and Reconstruction course in the Department of French Studies, taught by Professor Henri Boyi, involves a 5-week international service-learning experience in Rwanda. Western News asked three students from that class - Tara Dupuis, Patricia...

University needs to dig deep to be global-ready

University needs to dig deep to be global-ready

As a business student, Melyssa Kerr worried she wouldn’t be able “to do good” when she joined a working world focused on the bottom line. But an experience abroad showed her passion for community service did not have to be relegated to a weekend hobby.

Class a learning experience for professor and student

First-year students represent more than fresh faces in Christine Sprengler’s classroom. They offer new perspectives and unique questions to make it just as much of a learning experience for the teacher as the pupil.