A group of international high school counsellors from overseas schools in Ecuador, India, Mexico, Trinidad and Turkey visited York International on June 3.
A team of Lassonde School of Engineering students representing York University finished an impressive sixth out of 23 teams competing at the 2014 International University Mars Rover Challenge in the Utah desert.
The first three Canadian graduates of Schulich’s pioneering Certificate in Managing International Trade and Investment (CMITI) program, developed in partnership with Export Development Canada, will receive their CMITI certification at June convocation.
Melissa Humana-Paredes and her partner, Taylor Pischke, cracked the Top 10 at the FIVB tournament for the first time this past weekend at the Puerto Vallarta Open in Mexico.
York will play host to the Canadian Anthropology Society’s annual conference April 30 to May 3, welcoming anthropology scholars and researchers from around the world. Themed “Promising Uncertainties: Unsettling the Future of Anthropological Terrain,” the conference seeks to draw out a range of questions surrounding ethnography.
Antares Publishing House of Spanish Culture is hosting a literary and cultural event in celebration of International Book Day on April 23 from 6 to 9pm in the Skyroom of Glendon College’s Centre of Excellence. All are welcome.
Even after a decade of working with a global energy management company, Susan Uthayakumar, VP of Schneider Electric Canada, says the thought that goes into global expansion continues to change with the times, reported the Financial Post.
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has declared 2014 as the International Year of Crystallography. York science Professors Gerald Audette and Vivian Saridakis are playing important roles in major academic conferences that are taking place during the International Year of Crystallography 2014.
The Journal of Narrative Politics, a new open-access, international politics journal will launch March 27 at the International Studies Association Annual Convention in Toronto. The event is designed to connect researchers and students working with narrative approaches, autoethnography and experimental forms of scholarship with local writers, artists and activists.
Anand Sookrah (BA Hons. ’13) is headed to New Delhi, India, where he will research the Sanskrit language and political history at Delhi University. Sookrah received his award from the Shastri Indo-Canadian Institute. While in India, he will also pursue his passion for yoga as a student at the Sivananda Kutir ashram.