The Pre-Optometry Club strives to provide students with resources that will help them become involved in the field of optometry.
We exist to connect undergraduate students interested in pharmacology (MD, PharmD, research) careers and enable their success by providing them with opportunities and resources which include: educational pharmacology content, monthly interviews with professors/professionals in the field, information sessions involving medical school, pharmacy school, graduate school, and other pharmacology related industrial jobs, as well as potential volunteer opportunities (more information will be available soon!)
OUR MISSION: We are Western University’s undergraduate AI community. Our mission is to build a nationwide community of students who are passionate about Artificial Intelligence and aspire to be at the forefront of technology and innovation.
Learn: Our aim is to provide an equal opportunity for any student interested in AI, no matter how much prior technical experience you have, to learn something new. Whether that be how to navigate the ethics of AI, or how to implement a neural network in Python, we believe everyone can build an understanding of AI and apply it to any area of interest.
Build: We provide a supportive environment for you to build AI-related projects by getting matched with peers and having direct access to Western AI’s executive team for guidance and assistance.
Explore: We’re striving to have our club members bond and collaborate with each other through socials, projects, and industry networking events to help you make the most of your time at Western. Furthermore, we believe AI’s potential has only scratched the surface and there are immense career opportunities yet to be realized in the field. From discovering and learning about companies to preparing for the final round interview, we are prepared and here to help you achieve your career goals.
We’re committed to producing top AI talent at Western. Here are a variety of regular events we are running to help you learn the technical skills necessary to apply artificial intelligence technology and participate in machine learning projects!
EDUCATIONALS: We have developed sets of educational lessons to get you to start on making AI projects, including introductions to Google Collab, Neural Net Theory, and Tensorflow to jump-start your AI learning journey. You can access these through our project teams for now, but stay tuned for later in September for the educationals to be released to all members.
PEER-TO-PEER LEARNING: Sign-up for our P2P learning sessions to work through AI courses facilitated by members of our WAI executive team. We will have discussions and exercises based on the content of online lectures in a collaborative environment to keep you engaged and thinking outside the box.
PROJECT TEAMS: So, you’ve learned about AI, but how do you actually build a ML application from start to deployment? Work with fellow members of Western AI & directed by a project manager to build a selected project ranging from Cats vs Dogs Image Classifiers, Medical Classifiers, Self-Driving cars, and more. Check out our projects page for more information!
CAREER GROWTH: Western AI aims to help students elevate their careers by exposing them to new paths or giving them the skills to use AI in any field of interest. Our network of sponsors will open up a talent corridor connecting Western’s AI talent with the industry.
How to connect with us?
Come out and join our brand new Discord Community! We’ll be posting all announcements, sign-ups, and opportunities here first!
Check out our slide deck from our AGM last week to get a good overview of everything we’ll be doing this year!
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HOSA Western aims to develop the leadership and interpersonal skills of students who wish to become health care professionals. We offer the opportunity to learn about a variety of fields in healthcare including, but not restricted to, pathophysiology, nursing, emergency medical technicians, dental science, veterinary science! The year culminates with the Western Leadership conference, where members show what they have learned and have networking opportunities. Join us today and prepare for tomorrow!
Welcome to UWO Pre-Dental Society! We are your one-stop source for everything you need to pursue a career in dentistry, providing high-quality academic resources and a tight-knit community. We help students prepare for their DAT exam; network with dentists and dental students; practice mock interviews; and introduce them to a variety of dental schools around the world. We also facilitate a mentorship program to match undergraduates with Schulich dental student mentors. Throughout the year, we run many social events with generous giveaways to help students succeed in their journey to dental school.This year, we will host our events online, but rest assured that our core events will not change and we have many new events in store! If you have any questions, please join our on-going zoom call on Sept. 21-25, from 10 a.m. to noon. We can also answer your inquiries on Facebook or Instagram.
The Western University Technology Review (WUTR), is a student-run publication and debate club that not only publishes articles about technologies that will impact tomorrow’s world, but serves to empower innovative and critical thinking to better understand the world we live in. Our mission is to illuminate how technology is shaping every aspect of human life – from Biomedicine and Artificial Intelligence to Business, Interaction and Sustainability. WUTR is committed to transforming complicated concepts into more accessible content that helps readers navigate and gain a better understanding of our constantly evolving, technologically diverse world. Our cross-disciplinary focus unites students across all faculties who share an interest in improving their writing, debating, and presenting skills, while becoming part of an amazing community.
The Canadian Association for Research in Regenerative Medicine (CARRM) is a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing the field of regenerative medicine. We accomplish this through two primary venues: 1) funding local research facilities, and 2) spreading awareness about the power of stem cell research and its therapeutic applications. Both of these goals go hand-in-hand: without the financial support, research centres can’t make life-saving discoveries and without the education, you won’t know about the cause you’re donating to. Inspired by the ground-breaking research taking place in facilities such as the McEwen Center for Regenerative Medicine, the Schulich school of Medicine & Dentistry and the Sprott Center for Stem Cell Research. CARRM believes in the untapped potential of regenerative medicine and its wide range of applications. From treating diabetes to potentially counteracting the degenerative effects of Alzheimer’s, regenerative medicine is not only the future of healthcare, but a symbol of hope, down to its fundamental unit–the stem cell.
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The Actuarial and Statistical Undergraduate Association’s mission is to provide academic support, professional development, and a social community for students in the department of Actuarial and Statistical Sciences. We welcome anyone in Actuarial Science, Statistical Science, Data Science, Financial Modelling, or anyone interested in the industry!
The One Health initiative aims to create better health outcomes for humans, animals and the environment through more holistic research and solutions. It works by utilizing a collaborative and transdisciplinary approach to achieve optimal health outcomes at local, national and global levels. WOHC strives to spread awareness of this initiative as well as foster collaboration to encourage team learning within various scientific fields. Additionally, WOHC intends to develop a network of members, faculty and One Health professionals to support members in their present and future career development.
The UWO Pre-Medical Society encourages interest in the medical profession through academic and social programming as well as by providing community and medically-related volunteer opportunities in London and overseas. The UWO Pre-Medical Society offers information about everything you need to know about preparing for and applying to medical school. Members have access to exclusive information sessions on topics such as information on various medical schools from Ontario, Canada, North-America and around the World, as well as information on writing the MCAT and interview preparation. A close working relationship with students in the Schulich School of Medicine also allows club members to obtain relevant first-hand knowledge on applying to and attending medical school. The Pre-Medical Society also offers its members substantial discounts on MCAT preparation courses through partnerships with the major MCAT preparation companies.