York graduate student Iffath (Faith) Syed has had her publication on human rights and health noted not only by the Nobel Institute in Norway, but also by the European Court of Human Rights.
Osgoode JD students Russell Hall and Veronika Stefanski placed first and earned a perfect score at the International Negotiation Competition held July 4 to 9 at the University of Lucerne in Switzerland.
York University partnered with India’s Jamia Millia Islamia University in New Delhi to host the second Global Dialogue on Ethics and Internationalizing Higher Education. The June 8 event attracted academics from around the world.
A fourth-year Glendon class visited the Faculty of Foreign Languages in E.J. Varona University of Pedagogical Sciences in Havana, Cuba recently to conduct a three-week international teaching practicum. This year marked the program’s 10th anniversary.
On May 10, 12 agents from 11 agencies representing nine countries visited York University as part of their time in Toronto. The group was attending the International Consultants for Education & Fairs workshop. While at the Keele campus, the agents, who were from India, China, Iran and Vietnam, toured the Faculties and facilities.
Professor Roxanne Mykituk has been selected to participate in an international research project that will take place over the next two years. Mykituk is the director of Osgoode’s Disability Law Intensive Program, and will begin research at the Centre for Disability Law and Policy this month.
History Professor Craig Heron has won the 2015 International Labor History Association Award for his book, Lunch-Bucket Lives: Remaking the Workers’ City. The ILHA choice for book of the year honours an outstanding contribution to labour history.
World-renowned international jurist Navi Pillay will deliver this year’s N. Sivalingam Memorial Lecture in Tamil Studies on April. Pillay will highlight the challenges and achievements of international legal systems in delivering justice for international crimes.
An international conference that explores the topic of domestic and international criminalization will run at York University’s Osgoode Hall Law School, April 1 to 3. The aim of this conference is to continue to build on the work done in the context of the Criminalization Project to advance understanding of these issues and other related ones.
Sociology department launches an international collaborative teaching and learning course for students
The Department of Sociology at York University and the Department of Sociology and the Centre of Excellence for Communication and Media Studies at Jamia Millia Islamia University in New Delhi, India, are partnering to offer students at both institutions the opportunity to virtually connect in the study of sociology.