A recent gift to the Faculty of Arts & Humanities from NBCUniversal Canada boosts film screening experience for students. (more)
Bipasha Baruah, Canada Research Chair in Global Women’s Issues, will lead the lab's focus on issues related to gender and international development. (more)
Andrew Peterson's research explores decision-making among those with severe brain injuries. (more)
This past year, a number of our faculty members received prestigious awards and honours for their teaching and research. (more)
Philosophy alumnus Aaron Barth (PhD '08) trains people how to think with his business venture Dialectic Strategies
English alumnus Phil Glennie (PhD '11) brings a little humour to the novel
Joseph Pitt (PhD '72), professor of philosophy at Virginia Tech, was recently awarded the 2013 Alumni Award for Excellence in Research
Film alumnus Robert McCallum (BA'04) recently returned home to London for the screening of his first directed feature film "Unearthly"
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Western Weekend at Vindolanda: Experiencing Roman Britain with Western Classical Studies
June 28-30, 2013, (Northumberland, UK)
Canada Day International Roof Top Reception
July 1, 2013, (London, UK)
Western Summer Shakespeare
July 9-13, 2013, University College, (London, ON)
Dancing Like the Pros - Reception & Show with Alan Thicke (BA'67)
July 24, 2013, Fallsview Casino (Niagara Falls)
Writer-In-Residence 40th Anniversary Celebration
November 2013 - Stay tuned for details!
Our Western Classical Studies students have returned to the trenches of a Roman fort at Vindolanda in Great Britain. Follow their experiences through their daily blog! Read More
Visual Arts alumnus Craig Henshaw (BA'99) has created the Visual Arts Philanthropy Award, to be given annually to two visual arts students who exemplify leadership qualities, community spirit and who contribute positively to the Department of Visual Arts.
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