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Read. Watch. Listen. with Cindy Mora Stock

Read. Watch. Listen. with Cindy Mora Stock

The waiting – on that book, that movie, that album to come out – is the hardest part as Earth Sciences postdoctoral scholar Cindy Mora Stock takes a turn on Read. Watch. Listen.

Read. Watch. Listen. with Grace Kelly

Read. Watch. Listen. with Grace Kelly

Revisit the familiar magic of childhood or road trip around the globe as Grace Kelly of Research Western takes a turn on Read. Watch. Listen.

Read. Watch. Listen. with John Paul Minda

Read. Watch. Listen. with John Paul Minda

Fantasy. Conspiracy. Eric adventure. And that’s only to get things started when Psychology professor John Paul Minda takes a turn on Read. Watch. Listen.

Read. Watch. Listen. with Thomas Telfer

Read. Watch. Listen. with Thomas Telfer

Take a moment to unhitch your mind from worries about the future, to-do lists or regrets about the past when Western Law Professor Thomas Telfer takes a turn on Read. Watch. Listen.

Season’s greetings and selections

Season’s greetings and selections

Why settle for only a handful of selections this time of year, when you can also receive a holiday season bonus, as well, when Chemistry professor Mark Workentin takes a turn on Read. Watch. Listen.

Seeing the world in new ways

Seeing the world in new ways

Embrace new ways, nostalgia and a touch of artistic danger when Huron University College professor Paul Nesbitt-Larking takes a turn on Read. Watch. Listen.

Lending a ‘Voice’ – and far more

Lending a ‘Voice’ – and far more

From an amazing reading list “guided by Hags,” to the direct beautiful storytelling of American country music legends, Education professor Barb MacQuarrie has a selection for everyone when she takes a turn on Read. Watch. Listen.

Only one ‘Let Down’ in these picks

Only one ‘Let Down’ in these picks

Experience a bit of seasonal storytelling, and at least one major ‘Let Down,’ when Occupational Therapy professor Carri Hand takes a turn on Read. Watch. Listen.

Takes of long ago, far away

Takes of long ago, far away

Although World Space Week has come and gone, we’re still celebrating by seeking out picks from our brightest minds with feet firmly planted on Earth but eyes boldly cast towards the stars. Today, Earth Sciences PhD candidate Gavin Tolometti, a member of the Institute for Earth and Space Exploration, takes a turn on Read. Watch. Listen.

Shining a light on the community

Shining a light on the community

Discover stories of inspiration and motivation when Kathryn McAuley, the 2019 Western Sponsored Employee for the United Way Elgin Middlesex campaign, takes a turn on Read. Watch. Listen.

Embracing key conversations

Embracing key conversations

Although World Space Week has come and gone, we’re still celebrating by seeking out picks from our brightest minds with feet firmly planted on Earth but eyes boldly cast towards the stars. Today, Sara Mazrouei, Space Matters Lead with the Institute for Earth and Space Exploration, takes a turn on Read. Watch. Listen.

Loving being up a ‘Creek’

Loving being up a ‘Creek’

Cross Tar Heel marshes, swim up a ‘Creek’ and embrace being ‘Lonely’ when Geography professor Beth Hundey takes a turn on Read. Watch. Listen.

Experience a retelling of the American story

Experience a retelling of the American story

Turn the page on how you think the United States of America developed as a nation and an idea by wrestling with a recent past when Political Science Chair Matthew Lebo takes a turn on Read. Watch. Listen. 

Answering in the form of questions

Answering in the form of questions

From writing to Icelandic soul, to embracing obscure ‘Ologies,’ Biology PhD candidate Jacqueline Lebenzon is certain to offer up all her selections in the form of a question when she takes a turn on Read. Watch. Listen.

Transcending space and time

Transcending space and time

In celebration of World Space Week, Oct. 4-10, we sought out picks from our brightest minds with feet firmly planted on Earth but eyes boldly cast towards the stars. Today, Physics and Astronomy professor Jan Cami, Associate Director for Western’s Institute for Earth and Space Exploration, takes a turn on Read. Watch. Listen.

Mind on ‘The Martian’ and beyond

Mind on ‘The Martian’ and beyond

In celebration of World Space Week, Oct. 4-10, we sought out picks from our brightest minds with feet firmly planted on Earth but eyes boldly cast towards the stars. Today, Physics and Astronomy professor Pauline Barmby, co-chair of the Long Range Plan for Canadian Astronomy, takes a turn on Read. Watch. Listen.