Media Releases Archives: May 2013
Western’s CIBC Centre examines growing concern over student loans
May 16, 2013
A growing concern for graduating students around the world is how they will repay student loans, which have accumulated over the course of their studies.
Western to confer honorary degrees on Blair, Gotlieb and Trudeau
May 9, 2013
Respected British barrister and former first lady Cherie Blair, Canada’s long-serving ambassador to the United States Allan Gotlieb and mental health disease advocate Margaret Trudeau are among those set to receive Western’s highest honour.
International knee experts to discuss meniscus transplantation at forum in Toronto
May 9, 2013
An International Society of Arthroscopy, Knee Surgery and Orthopaedic Sports Medicine (ISAKOS) approved event, the forum is co-hosted by Dr. Alan Getgood from Western University’s Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry.
Western president to accompany Governor General on State visits to Africa
May 9, 2013
Their Excellencies the Right Honourable David Johnston, Governor General of Canada, and Mrs. Sharon Johnston announced today that Western President Amit Chakma would officially join the delegation on State visits to the Republic of Ghana.
Canadian astronaut and Western researcher to help students plan mission to Mars
May 8, 2013
Hansen and Osinski will give an introductory presentation about the importance and purpose of analogue missions.
Western’s Petroleum Geology Program receives $5 million software gift from Schlumberger Canada
May 7, 2013
The donation of advanced software licenses for Schlumberger’s integrated suite of geoscience and reservoir simulation software will give graduate students and researchers in Western’s Petroleum Geoscience Laboratory the ability to analyze problems beyond the reach of most laboratories.
Western Health Researchers Need Londoners’ Online Votes to Raise $100,000
May 6, 2013
Reid and his team have developed new yogurts with the potential to reduce levels of potent environmental toxins that could have a tremendous impact on life in Eastern Africa.
Western’s Goodale Elected Fellow of Prestigious Royal Society
May 3, 2013
Goodale is one of the world’s leading visual neuroscientists best known for his research of the human brain as it performs different kinds of visual tasks and is a pioneer in the study of visuomotor control in neurological patients.
Western Welcomes New Director of Campus Community Police Service
May 2, 2013
Carson brings more than 30 years of experience to the role, including all aspects of day-to-day policing, executive management, incident command, multi-agency projects and strategic planning.