Posts Tagged: engineering

Western to be host to free coding day for girls

March 3, 2017

Western University is host on Saturday to Go CODE Girl, a free event that encourages girls in Grades 7–11  to learn about the exciting world of coding and software development,…

Conference to highlight advances in bone and joint research

April 7, 2016

Musculoskeletal conditions such as arthritis, skeletal fractures, back pain, and sports or work-related injuries are debilitating and painful for millions of Canadians and billions of people worldwide. The number of…

Western hosts hands-on engineering workshop for girls this weekend

October 16, 2015

  Western University is hosting Go ENG Girl, a free event that encourages girls in grades 7 though 10 to have fun as they learn about current programs of study…

Western students receive high marks at The Undergraduate Awards

September 23, 2015

Emma Rose Bonanno and 26 Western University colleagues were named among the international winners of The Undergraduate Awards, a worldwide competition recognizing top undergraduate work. In total, Western boasted 30…

Discovery Western celebrates 25th anniversary at summer camp

July 16, 2015

Discovery Western will celebrate its 25th anniversary on Friday as summer campers demonstrate their engineering projects to special guests, including London MP for North Centre Susan Truppe and a panel…

Western and partners receive nearly $20M in funding for research excellence

June 18, 2015

Western University and Lawson Health Research Institute have received an extraordinary financial boost from the Government of Ontario as 20 potentially transformative projects are now being supported with more than…

Western building a foundation for safer structures

May 29, 2015

Aging structures – like bridges, roads and pipelines – that supply basic services are crumbling around us, at a considerable cost to Canadians.

New study examines economic benefits of tornado-related building codes

April 6, 2015

After suffering two violent tornadoes in May 2013, resulting in 27 fatalities and an estimated $3 billion in damages, the city of Moore, Oklahoma adopted enhanced building codes in early…

Western Engineering students to benefit from major Siemens PLM Software grant

March 4, 2015

Western University will now use the same technology in its Faculty of Engineering classrooms that businesses around the world employ to design some of today’s most sophisticated products thanks to…

Flooding expert available to speak with media

March 28, 2013

Western University’s water resources management expert Slobodan Simonovic is available to speak with media.