Don Wright Faculty of Music - Western University PhD student Aiden Hartery was recently awarded a $2,000 scholarship from a Newfoundland and Labrador non-profit to help him write an opera on the history of Red Bay and the Basque whalers of the 16th Century.
Don Wright Faculty of Music Western University PhD student Aiden Hartery was

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Physical Therapy professor Susan Hunter’s work represents a shift in thinking about fall prevention for individuals with dementia. She is challenging current rehabilitation practice by seeing the use of mobility aids, such as canes or walkers, as a far more complex cognitive task than previously believed.
Physical Therapy professor Susan Hunters work represents a shift in thinking about

Western News - Challenges of mobility aids and dementia explored

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Political Science PhD student Jane Kovarikova’s recent report urges Ontario to take a deeper look at how at it cares for Crown Wards and the resulting outcome of youth who age-out of the system.
Political Science PhD student Jane Kovarikovas recent report urges Ontario to take

Western News - Data can aid ‘broken’ child-protection system

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As Director-General of the World Health Organization (WHO) , alumna Dr. Margaret Chan, BA’73, MD’77, DSc’99, provides leadership on some of the most critical global health matters. And her extraordinary medical career started at Western.
As DirectorGeneral of the World Health Organization WHO alumna Dr Margaret Chan

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Wishing all our Mustangs a happy, sun-filled Victoria Day Long Weekend!

Please note that many University departments and services will be closed for the holiday on Monday.
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"The winning tradition that comes with being a Western Mustang is truly unparalleled. Our goal every year is to contend for a championship. Being a member of this decorated program has motivated me to become the best player I can be.” – Alex Salytchev [ Westernu.ca Link ]
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Western professors Kathryn Brush (Visual Arts) and Tsun-Kong Sham (Chemistry) have been awarded the 2017 Hellmuth Prize for Achievement in Research. The honour recognizes faculty members with outstanding international reputations for their contributions in research – one of the defining hallmarks of a university.
Western professors Kathryn Brush Visual Arts and TsunKong Sham Chemistry have been

Western News - Hellmuth Prize celebrates elite researchers

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Purple may be our favourite colour, but this year it had to be red and white tulips on campus to mark Canada's 150th Anniversary of Confederation
Purple may be our favourite colour but this year it had to
Engineering students Richard Lacroix and Jolien van Gaalen have developed an affordable countertop hydroponic growing system for microgreens. The system, called Migrova, recently placed first at the Ontario Engineering Competition in the Innovative Design Category.
Engineering students Richard Lacroix and Jolien van Gaalen have developed an affordable

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Each year, our incoming first-year medical students work together to compose a mission statement for their class.

This video, sharing these statements, was shown at the The Canadian Medical Hall of Fame Ceremony in Quebec City this month.
Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry - Western University is a partner host for the 2018 event taking place in London.
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Alumna Sarah Richardson, BA‘93 (Visual Arts), is an internationally acclaimed designer, Gemini Award winning host, producer with six hit HGTV shows to her credit, and talented writer. Her love of the arts blossomed at Western.
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Five Western University students have unearthed the lost headstones of more than 60 Londoners - many dating back to Canadian Confederation, 150 years ago.
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It takes teamwork, dedication and determination from our students-athletes to succeed in varsity sport. With your support, we are giving our student-athletes a competitive edge and the confidence and encouragement to excel. Help us build champions: [ Westernu.ca Link ]
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Read the story that’s making the world smile … or not. Melvyn Goodale of Western University’s Brain and Mind Institute co-authored a study that says smiling makes you look older. (But, really, would you rather look happy or youthful? Yeah, same here.) [ Ow.ly Link ]
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Illina Frankiv, BSc’11, MES’13, is taking on the Seven Summits – seeking to climb the tallest peaks on each of the seven continents. She has already climbed two, and plans to climb Mount Kilimanjaro (the tallest in Africa) in September and Everest (the tallest in Asia and the world) in April 2018.
Illina Frankiv BSc11 MES13 is taking on the Seven Summits seeking to

Western News - Alumna sets sights on world’s tallest peak

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Western Psychology professor Erin Heerey’s research focuses on how we interact with each other face-to-face – from casual encounters with strangers on the street to speed dating. Through a number of studies, she is exploring how people use and exchange social cues and how those cues guide our behaviour.
Western Psychology professor Erin Heereys research focuses on how we interact with

Western News - Mapping the uncharted territory of social cues

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