Kevin Heslop knows his story is all too familiar. In fact, he calls it a “classic” tale.
Amabile Choirs of London are celebrating another feather in its choral caps as well as a big win at the National Competition for Canadian Amateur Choirs in St. John’s, N.L., for Carol Beynon, acting vice provost of the School of Graduate & Postdoctoral Studies and Faculty of Education professor.
Brian Timney never expected to be here. Again. But since he is, the Social Science dean has a few ideas on how to use the bonus time.
Face your dreams, finish what you start and you will be amazed where it will take you, said Bob McDonald, science journalist and host of CBC Radio’s award-winning program ‘Quirks & Quarks.’
Issues surrounding human trafficking will come to light during a Western-sponsored forum on Tuesday and Wednesday, March 5 and 6.
Not only will it help diversify Western’s campus, it will help international students settle in, providing English language instruction alongside integrated means of cultural acclimatization.
What are the implications for education of the tremendous revolution in new media reshaping our society and culture?
The University of Western Ontario Faculty Association (UWOFA) awarded 36 scholarships to students from 11 Western faculties. The awards, funded by the UWOFA membership, were handed out at an event on Wednesday, Dec. 5 in the Great Hall, Somerville House.
We’ve got ‘Next’ In December, six Western students from three faculties were selected as part of 'The Next 36' – a search for Canada’s most promising and innovative undergraduates. Pictured are, from left, Lauren Hasegawa (Faculty of Engineering); Owen Ou, Ali Jiwani...
In 40 years, education at all levels will be seamlessly interwoven with new technologies.
Communities supporting families, families caring for children and children living in communities where they are loved, where they are safe and where they are welcomed – this is what we hope children’s mental health looks like 40 years from now.
The foundation of inclusive education is a belief all students belong and are valued members of their classroom and neighbourhood school communities. By including and valuing all members of the classroom, educators provide caring communities that appreciate the unique contributions and diversity of all people.
In the next 40 years, domestic violence will be a rare occurrence.
Marc Quirion can tell you how small, everyday occurrences can steamroll into something much bigger than expected.
Anne Watson knows it’s not her gender, but rather what she brings to the classroom, that makes her an effective high school English teacher.
Olympian Hilary Stellingwerff has two passions: teaching and running. She has discovered training for one can lead to success in the other.
The Right Honourable Paul Martin, Canada’s 21st Prime Minister, will deliver the opening remarks at the Indigenous Education Summit, a two-day event (Oct. 4-5) at Queen’s Landing in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ont.
Jason Brown is thrilled he can finally start laying the brickwork for a project that’s been a long time coming.
The first phase results of the Ontario Shelter Research Project, a massive collaborative study funded by the Ontario Trillium Foundation, were released at Western last week in hopes the findings will assist shelters in evaluating their services in order to better meet the needs of their clients.
Faculty of Education professor Cornelia Hoogland’s short story, ‘Sea Level’, was recently chosen from more than 2,000 submissions as one of five finalists for CBC’s Canada Writes Creative Non-fiction Prize.