Some of you might be exhausted even reading this - 1-in-4 kids have problems getting to bed, falling asleep or staying asleep through the night.
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May 22, 2020

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Study: Why your child isn’t sleeping - and how to fix it

Some of you might be exhausted even reading this - 1-in-4 kids have problems getting to bed, falling asleep or staying asleep through the night.

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Relief Fund eases pandemic burden for thousands of students

Nearly 3,400 students received help covering urgent and pressing needs created by the COVID-19 pandemic - from rent to food to health care - thanks to $2.6 million distributed by the university as part of its Student Relief Fund.

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Pandemic turns research scenario into unexpected reality

Wanting to explore the impact planned economic contraction would have on gender equality and social justice, Bipasha Baruah needed to imagine a scenario where the world completely changed how it worked: Job shares. Flexible schedules. Work from home.

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Lena Schreyer named 3M National Student Fellow

Lena Schreyer would rather not be known as a super-achiever - despite excellent grades, on-campus mentoring and community volunteerism. Instead, the third-year Science and Neuroscience student would prefer to be seen as someone who follows her passions and is willing to risk failing.

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Global study explores pregnancy during pandemic

Pregnancies, at the best of times, are stressful. When the world is experiencing a global pandemic, human response to risk - real or perceived - is undoubtedly heightened.

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Facilities Management

Campus construction back at work, with changes

A busy season for campus construction, renovation and maintenance resumes this week after a six-week shutdown to help combat the COVID-19 pandemic - although it will not be business as usual, Facilities Management officials announced.

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Homecoming 2020

This year’s celebrations will take place virtually Oct. 16-18

Details on virtual activities will be announced this summer. Looking ahead, Homecoming 2021 will take place September 24 to 26.

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SunLife Financial

Financial Wellness Webinar: Connect with your money

Learn how easy it is to manage your workplace retirement and savings program with the tools and services available online through The Retirement Planner and the Sun Life Mobile app are just two of the financial tools that we will explore.

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Western Libraries

COVID-19 in London, Ontario: capturing the local experience

This is an unprecedented time in world history. Though COVID-19 is not the first world pandemic, it is the first time that people under quarantine have been able to share their experiences in real time through electronic communications. The material that we create and keep now will tell the story of the pandemic for future generations.

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Jennifer Broxterman - Covid19: What a dietician knows that others don't

May 28 - 1:00pm



Living with disability in the time of COVID

Despite being the largest minority in the world, including about 1 in 5 Canadians, we often forget about disabled people. Those whose bodies and minds function differently are often an afterthought and, when we do seek out stories about disability, we often privilege parents' or professionals’ opinions over first-hand accounts.

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Read. Watch. Listen. with Stephanie White

Travel all over the map when Stephanie White, Director of Sport, in Sport and Recreation, Student Experience, takes a turn on Read. Watch. Listen.

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