Communicators from across York University have worked together to jointly identify common themes, which are supported by positive proof points and visually engaging content to tell the University’s story. This communications approach began as a pilot in November 2016. Over the winter, this coordinated approach has been refined and strengthened and is now delivering growing positive impact.
A four-part community conversation series designed to engage the local community on topics of emotional well-being will continue on April 18. The series is a collaborative effort from York’s School of Social Work, Access Alliance, the Black Creek Community Collaborative and the York University TD Community Engagement Centre.
Lassonde Professor Usman Khan has found a new forecasting method to predict the risk of floods in urban areas, thereby potentially reducing damage and fatalities.