Media Releases

Western experts available to speak about First Nations issues

January 25, 2013

Western University has experts from a wide range of academic disciplines including First Nations Studies, History, Law and Sociology available for interviews.

Western’s United Way Campaign announces record-breaking donation

January 23, 2013

Western University announced the grand total of its 2012 campus-wide fundraising campaign benefiting the United Way of London & Middlesex today.

Canadian diplomat to discuss new Windsor-Detroit bridge at Western Law

January 21, 2013

Roy Norton, Consul General for Canada at Detroit, will discuss his role in championing a new international border bridge between Ontario and Michigan at a public talk.

Western meteor expert joins investigation into infamous Windsor Hum’

January 21, 2013

The Government of Canada launched a new study today to identify the cause of the so-called ‘Windsor Hum,’ which will be conducted, in part, by renowned Western University astronomer Peter Brown.

Western political experts available to speak about Liberal leadership races

January 18, 2013

Political experts from Western University are available to speak with the media.

An Image of the Future of Healthcare: Biomedical Imaging Leads Way

January 15, 2013

Four imaging initiatives, valued at more than $5.5 million, highlight seven projects at Western University and Lawson Health Research Institute.

Ontario Trade Mission to China 2013

January 15, 2013

Julie McMullin, Western’s Vice-Provost (International) describes the Western delegation’s experience on the Ontario Trade Mission.

Western University researchers identify new genetic mutation for ALS

January 15, 2013

Researchers at Western University have identified a new genetic mutation for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), opening the door to future targeted therapies.

Western Researchers Aim to Improve Wireless Networks

January 11, 2013

Western on cloud nine with IBM, government partnership.

Western neuroscience study reveals new link between basic math skills and PSAT math success

January 3, 2013

New research from Western University provides brain imaging evidence that students well-versed in very basic single digit arithmetic (5+2=7 or 7-3=4) are better equipped to score higher on the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test (PSAT).