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winter 2015 senior alumni program
Western’s Founding college: past, present and future as an Anglican university
winter 2015 senior alumni program
Minimally-invasive procedures that provide the same patient outcome as conventional surgery with less trauma, reduced cost and improved safety
Western Reads Short Stories
Western Reads: Mike Arntfield on Reader Response
Western Reads Short Stories
Western Reads: Bryce Traister on Reflexive Text
Western Reads Short Stories
Western Reads: Bryce Traister on Novel vs. Short Story
Western Reads Short Stories
Western Reads: Bryce Traister on How Writing is Gendered
winter 2015 senior alumni program
Living with Online Surveillance
winter 2015 senior alumni program
Uniting chefs, growers, educators and community members in children's food education projects. Presented by: Mr. Andrew Fleet, Executive Director, Growing Chefs! Ontario.
winter 2015 senior alumni program
Our widespread adoption of electronic devices, including computers, has dramatically changed the ways that we understand the past and put that knowledge to use in the present. Presented by Dr. William J. Turkel, Department of History, Western
Sitting: How Can Something That Feels So Good Be So Bad?
Studies indicate adults spend most of their waking time being sedentary, which has been associated with an increased risk of health problems. Kinesiology professor Harry Prapavessis, Director of Western’s Exercise and Health Psychology Lab, will examine the reasons we are so sedentary; why sedentary behaviour is bad for you; and how we can sit less and move more.
Cultivating Leadership in Girls and Young Women
Some argue that leaders are ‘born,’ arriving with a set of innate traits and qualities that destine one for leadership. Join Brescia University College Principal Colleen Hanycz to learn how leadership skills can, in fact, be acquired or learned, with a specific focus on girls and young women.
senior alumni program
Even without musical training, most people can notice wrong notes, tap their feet to a beat, recognize songs from childhood, and understand emotions conveyed in music. How do we acquire these skills? And what might they reveal about the mind? Presented by Dr. Jonathan De Souza, Don Wright Faculty of Music
senior alumni program
Living things want to eat us, poison us, use our bodies as their homes, or have us spread their eggs. Speaker: Dr. Dan Riskin, Author; Co-Host, Daily Planet, Discovery Canada
senior alumni program
Exploring the current situation, it's history and impact on Russia's ties with the West.
senior alumni program
Homelessness in London beyond the first glance.
senior alumni program
Find out about Western’s elite international program in Italy for singers, pianists and directors.
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