University of Western Ontario

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The University of Western Ontario (UWO), corporately branded as Western University and commonly shortened to Western, is a public research university in London, Ontario, Canada.wikipedia
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London, Ontario

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The University of Western Ontario (UWO), corporately branded as Western University and commonly shortened to Western, is a public research university in London, Ontario, Canada. St. Peter's College seminary of London, Ontario later became affiliated with Western in 1939, and it became King's College, an arts college.
London is a regional centre of healthcare and education, being home to the University of Western Ontario (which brands itself "Western University"), Fanshawe College, and several hospitals (including a University Hospital).

Huron University College

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It incorporated Huron College, which had been founded in 1863. Western Libraries also maintains the Shared Library Catalogue, which provides common access to the collections of Western Libraries, as well as the collections from the libraries of university colleges affiliated with the Western, including Brescia University College, Huron University College, King's University College, and St. Peter's Seminary.
Huron University College, is an affiliated University College of the University of Western Ontario in London, Ontario, Canada.

Richard Martin Meredith

The university was founded on 7 March 1878 by Bishop Isaac Hellmuth of the Anglican Diocese of Huron as The Western University of London Ontario, and its first chancellor was Chief Justice Richard Martin Meredith.
Richard Martin Meredith (27 March 1847 – 20 May 1934) was a co-founder and the first Chancellor of The University of Western Ontario; vice-chancellor of Ontario; President of the High Court of the Supreme Court of Ontario and Chief Justice of the Ontario Court of Common Pleas.

University of Windsor

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In 1919, the Ursuline Sisters had established Brescia College as a Roman Catholic affiliate, and in the same year Assumption College in Windsor affiliated with the university; it evolved into the University of Windsor in 1953.
In 1919, Assumption College in Windsor affiliated with the University of Western Ontario.

University of Waterloo

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Similarly, Waterloo College of Arts became affiliated with Western in 1925; which eventually became today, the Wilfrid Laurier University (1960), emphasizing liberal arts, and the University of Waterloo, emphasizing engineering and science.
The institution was established on 1 July 1957 as the Waterloo College Associate Faculties, a semi-autonomous entity of Waterloo College, then an affiliate of the University of Western Ontario.

King's University College (University of Western Ontario)

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St. Peter's College seminary of London, Ontario later became affiliated with Western in 1939, and it became King's College, an arts college. Western Libraries also maintains the Shared Library Catalogue, which provides common access to the collections of Western Libraries, as well as the collections from the libraries of university colleges affiliated with the Western, including Brescia University College, Huron University College, King's University College, and St. Peter's Seminary.
King's University College (commonly shortened to King's College or simply King's) is an affiliated university college of the University of Western Ontario located in

U15 Group of Canadian Research Universities

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It is a member of the U15, a group of research-intensive universities in Canada.
The core of the U15 began when executive heads of five universities in Ontario—McMaster University, Queen's University, University of Toronto, University of Waterloo and the University of Western Ontario—began to meet informally to consider mutual interests.

University College (University of Western Ontario)

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The oldest academic buildings within the central campus is University College and the Physics and Astronomy Building.
University College, historically known as the Arts Building, is an academic building of the University of Western Ontario, on its London, Ontario main campus.

Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry

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Allyn and Better Taylor Library primarily services the faculties of Engineering, Health Sciences, Science, and the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, while the C. B. Johnston Library primarily serves the Ivey Business School. The university is divided into 11 faculties and schools including the Don Wright Faculty of Music, the Faculty of Arts & Humanities, Faculty of Education, Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Health Sciences, Faculty of Information & Media Studies, Faculty of Law, Faculty of Science, Faculty of Social Science, Ivey School of Business, and the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry.
The Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry is the combined medical school and dental school of the University of Western Ontario, one of 17 medical schools in Canada and one of six in Ontario.

Wilfrid Laurier University

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Similarly, Waterloo College of Arts became affiliated with Western in 1925; which eventually became today, the Wilfrid Laurier University (1960), emphasizing liberal arts, and the University of Waterloo, emphasizing engineering and science.
Waterloo College of Arts became affiliated with the University of Western Ontario ("Western") in 1925 and soon began to offer honours degree programs in the arts.

Saugeen–Maitland Hall

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Traditional-styled residences include Delaware Hall, Medway-Sydenham Hall, and Saugeen-Maitland Hall.
Saugeen–Maitland Hall is a co-ed students' residence at the University of Western Ontario in London, Ontario, Canada.

University of Western Ontario Faculty of Information & Media Studies

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The D. B. Weldon Library primarily services the faculties of Arts & Humanities, Information & Media Studies, and Social Sciences. The university is divided into 11 faculties and schools including the Don Wright Faculty of Music, the Faculty of Arts & Humanities, Faculty of Education, Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Health Sciences, Faculty of Information & Media Studies, Faculty of Law, Faculty of Science, Faculty of Social Science, Ivey School of Business, and the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry.
The Faculty of Information and Media Studies (FIMS) is a faculty at University of Western Ontario, located in London, Ontario, Canada.

St. Peter's Seminary (Diocese of London, Ontario)

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St. Peter's College seminary of London, Ontario later became affiliated with Western in 1939, and it became King's College, an arts college. Western Libraries also maintains the Shared Library Catalogue, which provides common access to the collections of Western Libraries, as well as the collections from the libraries of university colleges affiliated with the Western, including Brescia University College, Huron University College, King's University College, and St. Peter's Seminary.
It is affiliated with King's University College, a Catholic affiliate of The University of Western Ontario.

Western Libraries

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The University's library system, Western Libraries, operates six libraries that house more than 2.45 million books, as well as electronic resources including e-books, serial titles, and databases.
Western Libraries is the library system of the University of Western Ontario in London, Ontario.

Thames River (Ontario)

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The main campus is on 455 ha of land, surrounded by residential neighbourhoods and the Thames River bisecting the campus's eastern portion.
The Thames River and North Thames River meet in central London at the "Forks"; the University of Western Ontario is located north of the Forks at the north branch's confluence with Medway Creek.

D. B. Weldon Library

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Libraries a part of the system include the Allyn and Betty Taylor Library, C. B. Johnston Library, the D. B. Weldon Library, the Education Library, the John & Dotsa Bitove Family Law Library, and the Music Library.
The D. B. Weldon Library is the largest academic library on the University of Western Ontario campus in London, Ontario, Canada, and one of the largest academic libraries in the country.

Brescia University College

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Western Libraries also maintains the Shared Library Catalogue, which provides common access to the collections of Western Libraries, as well as the collections from the libraries of university colleges affiliated with the Western, including Brescia University College, Huron University College, King's University College, and St. Peter's Seminary.
Affiliated with the University of Western Ontario, Brescia is the only university-level women's university in Canada.

Alan Shepard (academic)

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Alan Shepard is the tenth president of the university, serving since 1 July 2019.
Alan Shepard (born c. 1962) is a Canadian academic and the current and 11th president and vice-chancellor of Western University in London, Ontario, effective July 2019.

Gibbons Lodge

The official residence of the University President, Gibbons Lodge, is off-campus.
The Gibbons Lodge, also known as the President's House or the Helen Gibbons House, is a residence for the University of Western Ontario's president located in the neighbourhood of Uplands in London, Ontario, Canada.

Medway-Sydenham Hall

Traditional-styled residences include Delaware Hall, Medway-Sydenham Hall, and Saugeen-Maitland Hall.
Medway-Sydenham Hall (also referred to as Med-Syd or MSH) is a co-ed residence at the University of Western Ontario (UWO).

Museum of Ontario Archaeology

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Western also maintains academic and administrative links with the Museum of Ontario Archaeology.
The museum is an Affiliated Research Institute of The University of Western Ontario.

Don Wright Faculty of Music

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The university is divided into 11 faculties and schools including the Don Wright Faculty of Music, the Faculty of Arts & Humanities, Faculty of Education, Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Health Sciences, Faculty of Information & Media Studies, Faculty of Law, Faculty of Science, Faculty of Social Science, Ivey School of Business, and the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry.
The Don Wright Faculty of Music is the faculty of music at the University of Western Ontario, commonly referred to among Canadian universities as Western University, in London, Ontario, Canada.

Ivey Business School

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Allyn and Better Taylor Library primarily services the faculties of Engineering, Health Sciences, Science, and the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, while the C. B. Johnston Library primarily serves the Ivey Business School. The university is divided into 11 faculties and schools including the Don Wright Faculty of Music, the Faculty of Arts & Humanities, Faculty of Education, Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Health Sciences, Faculty of Information & Media Studies, Faculty of Law, Faculty of Science, Faculty of Social Science, Ivey School of Business, and the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry. It added a number of faculties in the post-war period, such as the Faculty of Graduate Studies (1947), the School of Business Administration (now the Ivey Business School) (1949), the Faculty of Engineering Science (now the Faculty of Engineering) (1957), the Faculty of Law (1959), and Althouse College for education students (now the Faculty of Education) (1963) and the Faculty of Music (1968).
Ivey Business School, commonly shortened to Ivey, is the business school of the University of Western Ontario in London, Ontario, Canada.

Isaac Hellmuth

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The university was founded on 7 March 1878 by Bishop Isaac Hellmuth of the Anglican Diocese of Huron as The Western University of London Ontario, and its first chancellor was Chief Justice Richard Martin Meredith. The university was founded on 7 March 1878 by Bishop Isaac Hellmuth of the Anglican Diocese of Huron as the Western University of London, Ontario.
Isaac Hellmuth (December 14, 1819 – 28 May 1901), second Anglican Bishop of the Diocese of Huron, was the founder of Huron University College and the University of Western Ontario, one of Canada's leading universities.

University of Western Ontario Faculty of Law

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The university is divided into 11 faculties and schools including the Don Wright Faculty of Music, the Faculty of Arts & Humanities, Faculty of Education, Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Health Sciences, Faculty of Information & Media Studies, Faculty of Law, Faculty of Science, Faculty of Social Science, Ivey School of Business, and the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry. It added a number of faculties in the post-war period, such as the Faculty of Graduate Studies (1947), the School of Business Administration (now the Ivey Business School) (1949), the Faculty of Engineering Science (now the Faculty of Engineering) (1957), the Faculty of Law (1959), and Althouse College for education students (now the Faculty of Education) (1963) and the Faculty of Music (1968).
The University of Western Ontario Faculty of Law, branded as Western Law since 2011, is the law school of the University of Western Ontario in London, Ontario, Canada.