Mandatory vaccinations among several measures contributing to a successful return to in-person classes
Conversation on Western’s equity census and the start of a new journey
Part of Western’s new student safety action plan
Renowned advocate for social justice and human rights named associate vice-president of equity, diversity and inclusion
With the launch of a new strategic plan, the next chapter in Western’s future takes shape
Western remembers lives of four Londoners – including a PhD student and her alumnus husband – killed in what police are calling a hate crime.
The university jumps 33 spots to place 170th in the world among more than 1,300 ranked universities
We all have a role to play in championing and sustaining Indigenization and decolonization
University and affiliates condemn racist attack
Board of Governors passes 2021-2022 budget
Sustainability research, policy and practice earn Western high placement among global peers.
Most classes and exams move online, students encouraged to leave residence.
Group will advise and support Western’s future associate vice-president of equity, diversity and inclusion
National group aims to create access to work-integrated learning for every student.
“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.
Update from Western President Alan Shepard
Western delays in-person instruction to February 21, following Reading Week. Virtual classes go ahead as planned.
Western’s renewed and renewable commitment to sustainability is far more than a (phosphate-free) laundry list of activities.
After leading Western’s academic operations through the tumultuous COVID-19 pandemic, Professor Andrew Hrymak will take on a critical new role in building Western’s future, as special advisor to President Alan Shepard on industry partnerships, the green economy, and sustainability.