Faculty, staff and students enjoyed an evening of good cheer at the annual Schulich Medicine & Dentistry – Windsor Campus holiday gathering. The special event was topped off with great musical performances and gift giving.
A vibrant academic community Dr. Gerry Cooper reflects the strengths of the Schulich Medicine-Windsor Campus as it continues to achieve success and looks forward to the 10th anniversary celebrations.
Coddle your learners with time The advice from David Brooks - If you want to coddle a learner, coddle them with time - is what so many of you are already doing. It is what makes the Schulich Medicine – Windsor Campus great and why we will continue to grow.
An eventful semester From sporting events to wellness activities and new educational oportunities the first semester was eventful.
Time flies It's hard to believe it's already December. The LEW Office is offering some helpful reminders and tips on how to get ready for the next semester.
The inspiration of women When Katy Bartlett was 13 years old, she met Marta, a child from Belarus. Marta, along with Bartlett's mother, grandmother and closest friends, inspired Bartlett as she pursued her goals.
Giving back to the future Drs. Brett Howe and Kristina Lutz are grateful to the School for giving them the tools to be successful surgeons. As new faculty members they are now giving back and helping to strengthen the future of health care delivery.
Moving forward in reconciliation and healing "My time at the School has strengthened my cultural identity because my classmates are so eager to learn and understand what it means to be an Indigenous person in Canada,” said Cheyenne LaForme Medicine Class of 2019, reflecting on the recent Indigenous learning session which included a presentation by Ry Moran, Director of the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation, and a Blanket Exercise.
Summer research training critical for future physicians Research is an accreditation element for undergraduate medical programs for a reason. It offers a vital training ground for skill development and helping students develop the skills they need to need to ask questions, analyze data and critically assess information.
DrEAMs play a role in important anatomy lesson First- and second-year students took advantage of a great opportunity to learn more about a challenging anatomy problem regarding dermatomes using Dry-Erase Anatomy Mannequins (DrEAMs).
Dr. Larry Jacobs - Reappointment Dr. Larry Jacobs has been re-appointed as Assistant Dean, Windsor Faculty Affairs in the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, Western University, effective January 1, 2018 to December 31, 2019.
Blazing the Windsor Trail In September 2008, 24 strangers came to Windsor as the first cohort at a brand new Schulich Medicine campus. As the charter class, they have blazed a trail for hundreds to follow.
Awards of Excellence - Nominations Open The Awards of Excellence - Windsor Campus celebrate the commitment and dedication of faculty, residents, staff and students. As mentors and role models, the recipients each year are distinguished by their leadership skills and embodiment of the values of the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry.
Alumni of Distinction - Nominatons Open Annually, the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry’s Alumni of Distinction Awards celebrates and honours alumni who have made outstanding contributions to the School, Western University, the community and/or their profession.