An international conference will bring researchers interested in lusophone studies to York University Oct. 26 to 28 to promote interdisciplinary dialogue on language studies, social sciences and humanities.
The York University Lions men’s soccer team heads into the Ontario University Athletics playoffs with an undefeated record and seven-game winning streak after they beat the University of Western Mustangs 2-1 in London, Ont., at the Mustang Field.
York University’s President’s Sustainability Council is launching a seminar series this month. The first speaker in the series will be Ahmed ElDyasti from the Lassonde School of Engineering, speaking about the future of wastewater treatment plants on Oct. 25.
York University Associate Professor Lisa Farley has written a new book called “Childhood Beyond Pathology: A Psychoanalytic Study of Development and Diagnosis.” In the book, she describes how concepts from psychoanalysis can help shed light on questions in childhood development.
On Oct. 12, recipients of the VISTA graduate scholarships and postdoctoral fellowships were celebrated at a special event.
Chris Selley: Jennifer Keesmaat says she’s not a politician, but Toronto mayoral race has turned her into one
York University alumna Jennifer Keesmaat was profiled in the National Post Oct. 18. Read
Available now at yorku.ca/magazine, The York University Magazine’s Fall 2018 issue features graduate student Jesse Thistle’s journey from drug addiction to the upper echelons of academe, environmentalist Tzeporah Berman’s latest cause, newly minted Distinguished Research Professor Nantel Bergeron, postal worker turned Bay Street success story Nancy Sullivan and much more.
On Monday, Oct. 22 biology Professor Jeremy Kerr of the University of Ottawa will give a lecture titled “Waiting for Equity or Making it Happen: What’s the Difference?” at 12:30 p.m. in 107 Life Sciences Building.
All are welcome to drop by, chat with staff and learn about the Office of the Vice-President Research and Innovation (VPRI), including what they do; what kinds of service they provide to help advance research, scholarship and creative activities; and how they share stories.
Kathleen Winter talks about the unique psychological aspects of her book “Lost in September” during her Canadian Writers in Person reading on Oct. 2 at York University.