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Community Collaboration Forum in Two Weeks

Pillar Nonprofit Network invites all Business, Government, Health, Education & Nonprofit Community Members to join its 3rd annual Community Collaboration Forum, as we continue our important work together creating sustainable cross-sector collaboration for London. Buy Your Ticket >> Building on the strength and strategy of Collective Impact, this interactive half-day Forum engages London community builders Read More

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Western’s YMCA Child Care celebrates 10 years

“It is hard to pass over your children, to trust that someone else will take care of them the way you would,” one mother in the campus community wrote in a thank-you note to staff at Western’s YMCA Child Care. “I trust the care my daughters are getting. I know they’re enriched by their surroundings and Read More

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Six Western researchers named fellows of Royal Society of Canada

Western University congratulates six new fellows elected to the prestigious Royal Society of Canada today.  The newly elected Fellows were elected by their peers in recognition of outstanding scholarly, scientific and artistic achievement. Election to the academies of the Royal Society of Canada is the highest honour a scholar can achieve in the Arts, Humanities Read More

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London Bug Day – September 13

Western University has teamed with the Entomological Society of Ontario to host London Bug Day on Saturday, September 13 at the Tourism London Information Centre at Westminster Ponds. This mostly indoor event runs from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. With a goal of promoting public appreciation and understanding of the ecological and economical importance of Read More

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Fanshawe professor named finalist for CBC Poetry Prize

Fanshawe professor Laurie D. Graham is one of five finalists vying for the 2014 CBC Poetry Prize. Graham’s submission, entitled “Settler Education”, was selected from more than 2,500 works of poetry from across the country. In addition to teaching at Fanshawe, Graham is a writer, book reviewer, and editor of Brick magazine. Her first book of poetry, Rove, Read More

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