If you find yourself in the tropical deciduous forest of the Querétaro, Mexico, you may run into Natasha Mhatre. Or, at least, the tree cricket that bears her name.
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September 27, 2019

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Naming something to chirp about for professor

If you find yourself in the tropical deciduous forest of the Querétaro, Mexico, you may run into Natasha Mhatre. Or, at least, the tree cricket that bears her name.

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Domestic homicide project eyes ‘unique risk factors’

Researchers with a Western-led study are now looking to speak with 200 survivors and families and friends of those who were killed, as part of a new study for the Canadian Domestic Homicide Prevention Initiative for Vulnerable Populations to understand risk factors and patterns of domestic violence.

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Gift advances dentistry education, profession

Dentalcorp, a partnership of Canada’s largest network of dental clinics, ­is supporting students and alumni of the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry with a $1-million gift to enhance continuing education and development.

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Heyman: Find fire exits in case of re-election

Former U.S. Ambassador to Canada Bruce Heyman painted a time-traveling reality of a U.S. President Donald Trump re-election as part of Western Law’s annual Canada-U.S. Law Institute Lecture series Tuesday afternoon. Yet, he cautioned, it is an entirely possible scenario.

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Research ranking places Western tops in Canada

Western stands atop Canada - and among only a handful of universities around the world - on a list of the fastest-rising institutions in producing scientific research papers, according to rankings released this week by Nature Index.

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Parking update

Construction to impact parking across campus

Early construction work to support the new Biomedical Research Facility will lead to a reduction in spaces in the Medical Science parking lot and a cascade of parking changes, Facilities Management officials announced today.

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Indigenous Services

Orange Shirt Day

On Monday, Sept. 30 we bring local community members and the campus community together to remember and commemorate those who experienced residential schools in Canada. Wear any orange shirt, sweater or tank top on that day to show your support.

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The Ivey Entrepreneur Podcast - Taking Risks in Entrepreneurship with Rami Helali

This episode of the Ivey Entrepreneur podcast features a New Yorker who quit his corporate job and moved to Egypt - all for the sake of the perfect t-shirt. Guest, Rami Helali shares his experience starting KOTN - an ethically sourced t-shirt company that specializes in using a transparent manufacturing process that meets the highest standards in both ethics and quality.

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Professors Beyond Jobs

This week Classics professor Kelly Olson chats with host Aniruddho Chokroborty Hoque. This Radio Western podcast is the latest episode of PBnJ: Professors Beyond Jobs.

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