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Innovation York announces winners of the Artificial Intelligence Industry Partnership Fund

Innovation York and NRC-IRAP collaborated to create the program to encourage industry-driven research projects in artificial intelligence, deep learning and machine learning.

‘Walking on egg shells’: Teachers say they lack preparation for teaching sex ed

York University was mentioned in CBC News July 19. Read full story. Tree cutting drives wo

Recent York Graduate, Mohamud Siraji, elected a Member of Parliament in Somalia

Mohamud Siraji was first elected in February 2018 as MP for Jubbaland, the district of Somalia adjacent to the Kenyan border and not far from Dadaab, a complex of refugee camps in Northeast Kenya where he spent most of his youth.


PhD candidate earns award for research on intimacy after colorectal cancer

Molly McCarthy, a fourth-year PhD candidate in clinical psychology at York University, was awarded the Bultz Best Student Oral Presentation award at the Canadian Association of Psychosocial Oncology’s annual conference.

Be a Global Ambassador with York International

Applications are now being accepted for students interested in participating in York International’s Global Ambassador Program. Applications are due Aug. 9 and can be submitted online.

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The York University Temporary Agency (YUTA) is hiring

YUTA is currently accepting applications for customer service roles in the York University Bookstore, the YU-card Office and with Parking Services (to support the upcoming rush related to fall semester activities).

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Notice to faculty and staff: The bookstore needs your fall and fall/winter term textbook and course kit orders

As September is only weeks away, it is now time to submit textbook and course kit requests for fall 2018 and fall/winter 2018-19 courses.

Lassonde A York University-led research team is using a smartphone to revolutionize the way we measure the physical properties of surfaces.

Engineering team uses smartphone technology to measure surfaces

A York University research team led by Lassonde Professor Alidad Amirfazli is using a smartphone to revolutionize the way we measure the physical properties of surfaces.

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Faculty of Education program blends high school culture with literacy to shift ‘readers into leaders’

Three secondary schools in the Jane and Finch community continue their partnership with York’s Faculty of Education and the York University Faulty Association Trust to deliver a literacy enrichment program designed for high school students.

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Chemistry prof co-chairs international gathering of crystallographers, July 20 to 24

This weekend, 650 scientists, academics and students from around the world will converge on Toronto for the American Crystallographic Association’s 68th Annual Meeting. The event will be held July 20 to 24 and is co-chaired by York Chemistry Professor Gerald Audette.