Faculty of Arts and Humanities

Arts Bulletin

Important updates, announcements and events pertaining to A&H undergraduate students will be listed here. Bookmark this page and visit often! 

Associate Dean's Newsletter:


Life After WesternU: Career Conference

Saturday, January 17 9-5 pm UCC 
Start planning your post-Western life today. Whether you are in first year, fourth year or beyond, thinking about your next steps and taking control of your own destiny can never start too early. The Life after WesternU Career Conference has been designed to address a variety of career-related topics that are applicable to all stages of your career planning.

Fee: $25 (includes breakfast & lunch)

REGISTER HERE


Western Contuning Studies Info Sessions

Join Western Continuing Studies and learn about their post-graduate programs. Representative and alumni of each program will present with a Q&A session to follow. All welcome! To learn more about their programs, visit: http://wcs.uwo.ca/postdegree/

PR & Marketing Diploma Info Session
Wednesday, January 21, 2015
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm in Arts & Humanities Building 2R23 

Arts Management & Not-for-ProfitDiploma Info Session
Wednesday, January 28, 2015
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm in Arts & Humanities Building 2R23 


Job Shadow Program

Participating in Job Shadow gives you a chance to test-drive a specific job or employment sector to see if it is a good fit for your skills, interests and career plans. You may have the chance to speak to an individual in your ‘dream job’ and make a connection that helps define your future! Job shadow connects you with future employers in informal, but meaningful, ways and provides a ‘sneak peek’ into a work world that lies just beyond graduation.

The Arts & Humanities Job Shadow Program will take place during February-March 2015 and is open to 3rd and 4th year students.

For more details, check our Job Shadow page often.


AHSC Website

The AHSC website has been revamped, and is now available at http://www.ahscwesternu.com. Students can find up-to-date event and contact information, as well as important documents and information.


New Study/Work Space

The Arts & Humanities Building Library is now open for use to all undergraduate students. It is located in AHB room 2G30 and is a wonderful venue to work in.


Theatre Reviews

Those interested in AHSC Reviews (free tickets to London theatre shows + getting it published on our website) are still able to email Shalu Mehta at smehta57@uwo.ca.


University College Renovations:

University College will be closed beginning in September 2015 while it undergoes much-needed renovations. Please note that some classes may still occur in University College until renovations begin. Many departments will now be located in the Arts & Humanities Building (former Ivey building), and the lower level of the International and Graduate Affairs Building (newer addition of old Ivey building). New locations for departments are as follows:

International and Graduate Affairs Building (Former Lawrence Centre)

Arts & Humanities Academic Counselling: Room 1N20, Main Level 
Film Studies: Room 0N64, Lower Level
Theoretical and Applied Linguistics Lab (TALL): Room 0N09, Lower Level
Students' Council: Room 0N20D, Lower Level
VIEW LOWER FLOOR PLAN

New Address:

International & Graduate Affairs Building
1151 Richmond Street
London, Ontario, Canada
N6A 3K7 

Arts & Humanities Building (former Ivey MBA building)

Technical Services: Rooms, First Level
Cultureplex Lab: Room, First Level
VIEW FIRST FLOOR PLAN

English: Room 2G02, Second Floor 
French: Room 2R34, Second Floor
VIEW SECOND FLOOR PLAN

Modern Languages and Literatures: Room 3R02, Third Floor
Office of the Dean: Room 3R34, Third Floor
VIEW THIRD FLOOR PLAN

New Address: 

Arts & Humanities Building
1151 Richmond Street
London, Ontario, Canada
N6A 3K7

Please note phone all staff extensions and our main phone line will remain the same. 


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