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PhD graduate, Yvonne Asare-Bediako, was recently featured in the Inside Western story “New program provides leadership opportunities for Black students in the community”.

Dale Ballucci spoke with Western Gazette on why people are interested in serial killer media stories.

Michael Haan – London Free Press – How London got ‘on the map’ for immigration amid boom

Tracey Adams published “What is the Public Interest in Professional Regulation? Canadian Regulatory Leaders’ Views in a Context of Change” in Professions and Professionalism.

Kate Choi was part of a team that published “Ageism toward older adults during the COVID-19 pandemic: Intergenerational conflict and support” in the Journal of Social Issues.

Laura Huey was part of a group that published “Facebook is the Devil': Exploring Officer Perceptions of Cyber-based Harms Facing Youth in Rural and Remote Communities” in the International Journal of Rural Criminology.

Anna Zajacova was featured in the Western News article “Study provides a new understanding of pain disparities among racial groups in U.S.

Anna Zajacova won an “Editor’s Choice” award from PAIN for her paper on “Beyond Black vs White: racial/ethnic disparities in chronic pain including Hispanic, Asian, Native American, and multiracial US adults.” The University of Buffalo offered an overview of the study.

Anabel Quan-Haase spoke about Elon Musk’s take over of Twitter 630CHED

Professor Emeritus Jerry White, quoted, in role as Chair of Vital Signs Global News and the London Free Press.

James Cote was interviewed for an article published on high school grade inflation for the Toronto Star that included data for Western recruitment - An explosion in a students grades are rising at gta high schools heres what it means for your kids.

Howard Ramos was interviewed by the Toronto Star – Census reveals immigrants nearly a quarter of Canada’s population, and fanning outside of the Big 3 cities

Kate Choi and Patrick Denice won an “Editor’s Choice” award from Demographic Research for their paper Stability and outcome of interracial cohabitation before and after transitions to marriage.

Howard Ramos – London Free Press – The London region is now more diverse than ever. Here’s why one family chose to move here

Michael Haan – CBC's The House with Catherine Cullen discussing the Federal Government’s decision to increase the number of immigrants to 500,000 people in 2025.