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Western-led forum unravels trucker protests’ complexities 

Western-led forum unravels trucker protests’ complexities 

For protesters – and for other Canadians who supported or opposed rolling convoys and blockades across the country in recent weeks – the rallies were always about more than vaccine mandates.  It was about politics, law, public policy, economics, tr …

Six named as Vanier honorees

Western students Ahmed Hamada, Katie Kryski, Donald Lafreniere, Matthew Quinn, Fabrice Szabo and Jodie Whelan have been named recipients of the Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships, the country’s most prestigious scholarships for doctoral students.

Yutzu connecting the art world

Arianne Vanrell Vellosillo had a problem. As a restorer for The Museo Reina Sofia, a major museum of contemporary art in the Hispanic world, she needed to collaborate with fellow restorers and curators across hemispheres and languages.

Methods in dialectology conference returns

Methods in dialectology conference returns

The 14th International Conference on Methods in Dialectology returns to The University of Western Ontario this week, Aug. 2-6. The event is jointly hosted by the French Studies Department and the Linguistics Program in Western’s Faculty of Arts and Humanities.

Robertson awarded Priestley Prize

Robertson awarded Priestley Prize

Kirsty Robertson has been awarded the Association of Canadian College and University Teachers of English’s Priestley Prize (ACCUTE), which is awarded for the best essay published in English Studies in Canada in a given year.

Graduate student wins film prize

Graduate student wins film prize

Western graduate student Dave Kemp (Visual Arts) was given top honours at the recent Mississauga Celebrate the Square short film call for his video Watched.

Grad student named competition finalist

Grad student named competition finalist

Western graduate student (MFA) Kim Neudorf has been announced as a semi-finalist by the Canadian Art Foundation in the 2011 RBC Canadian Painting Competition.

Faculties nab international recognition

Faculties nab international recognition

The departments of Philosophy, History, Geography and English are among the best in the world according to QS World University Rankings for Arts and Humanities.

Hellmuth award lectures Friday

Hellmuth award lectures Friday

Lauded for their outstanding contributions to English literature and cancer research, Michael Groden and Ann Chambers will be honored this Friday (May 20) with the Hellmuth Prize, The University of Western Ontario’s highest distinction for sustained excellence in research.

Six named as Vanier honorees

Western students Ahmed Hamada, Katie Kryski, Donald Lafreniere, Matthew Quinn, Fabrice Szabo and Jodie Whelan have been named recipients of the Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships, the country’s most prestigious scholarships for doctoral students.

Yutzu connecting the art world

Arianne Vanrell Vellosillo had a problem. As a restorer for The Museo Reina Sofia, a major museum of contemporary art in the Hispanic world, she needed to collaborate with fellow restorers and curators across hemispheres and languages.

Methods in dialectology conference returns

Methods in dialectology conference returns

The 14th International Conference on Methods in Dialectology returns to The University of Western Ontario this week, Aug. 2-6. The event is jointly hosted by the French Studies Department and the Linguistics Program in Western’s Faculty of Arts and Humanities.

Robertson awarded Priestley Prize

Robertson awarded Priestley Prize

Kirsty Robertson has been awarded the Association of Canadian College and University Teachers of English’s Priestley Prize (ACCUTE), which is awarded for the best essay published in English Studies in Canada in a given year.

Graduate student wins film prize

Graduate student wins film prize

Western graduate student Dave Kemp (Visual Arts) was given top honours at the recent Mississauga Celebrate the Square short film call for his video Watched.

Grad student named competition finalist

Grad student named competition finalist

Western graduate student (MFA) Kim Neudorf has been announced as a semi-finalist by the Canadian Art Foundation in the 2011 RBC Canadian Painting Competition.

Faculties nab international recognition

Faculties nab international recognition

The departments of Philosophy, History, Geography and English are among the best in the world according to QS World University Rankings for Arts and Humanities.

Hellmuth award lectures Friday

Hellmuth award lectures Friday

Lauded for their outstanding contributions to English literature and cancer research, Michael Groden and Ann Chambers will be honored this Friday (May 20) with the Hellmuth Prize, The University of Western Ontario’s highest distinction for sustained excellence in research.