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Alumni earn Top Immigrant honours Alumni earn Top Immigrant honours
Western alumni Kundan Joshi, BESc’04 (Software Engineering), founder and CEO of TheAppLabb, and Dr. Boluwaji Ogunyemi, BSc’08 (Medical Sciences & Sociology), a dermatologist, have been named among the 10th annual RBC Top 25 Canadian Immigrants, [Read more]
Kundan Joshi, BESc’04 Making a digital mark on a global scale
Kundan Joshi, BESc’04, immigrated with his family from Mumbai to Canada in 2000, moving here to pursue his software engineering degree here at Western. As a new undergraduate, Joshi quickly embraced the student experience, eager to explore and succeed in his new country. [Read more]
Ford Cabinet Alumni named among Ford cabinet
Western alumni Christine Elliott, LLB’78, Rod Phillips, BA’88 (Political Science & English), and Monte McNaughton, Ivey Executive Education 2010, were named today among members of the new Progressive Conservative cabinet of recently elected Ontario Premier Doug Ford. [Read more]
Top 40 Under 40 Alumni named Top 40 Under 40
Western congratulates six of its alumni for being named to Canada’s Top 40 Under 40 for 2018. [Read more]
Lisa Pierce Program, community help new grad find new hope
Lisa Pierce credits a community who rallied to her side to leading to her Convocation from King’s University College this month. [Read more]
Warren Bongard Bongard new Alumni Association President
Meet Warren Bongard, LLB'91, the new President of Western's Alumni Association. [Read more]
Jay Kiew Ivey grad cartwheels to success, happiness
Ivey Business School MBA graduate Jay Kiew is all about embracing education, welcoming challenges and focusing on the road ahead – and tossing in a few cartwheels here and there. [Read more]
Dr. Danielle Martin Martin advocates for tighter doctor-patient ties
Dr. Danielle Martin, MD’03, returned to Western recently as part of the 50th anniversary celebration of the Department of Family Medicine. Martin, the author of Better Now: Six Big Ideas to Improve Health Care For All Canadians, spoke of the need for a stronger relationship between the physician and the patient as a first step to a better health-care system in Canada. [Read more]
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