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University requests resumption of bargaining with CUPE 3903 on Tuesday, March 20

The University, through the mediator, informs CUPE 3903 that it is prepared to return to the bargaining table with the mediator’s assistance on Tuesday, March 20.

People walk through Vari Hall, which is located on York U's Keele campus

QS rankings put York University in the top 10 in 15 subject areas

York University ranks among Canada’s top tier universities in the arts and humanities, law and legal studies, social sciences, and business management according to the 2018 QS World University Rankings by Subject report.

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Osgoode collaborates with community partners to present Creating Opportunities Summit

Osgoode Hall Law School continues to support its community partner DUKE Heights Business Improvement Association by collaborating, together with the Toronto Community Benefits Network, to present the Creating Opportunities Summit 2018.

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York students head to Japanese Speech Contest nationals

Seven students from York University competed at the 36th Annual Ontario Japanese Speech Contest held at the University of Toronto on March 3, with two students earning first-place titles and heading to the national competition later this month.

Glendon hosts French linguists mini-colloquium and conference

A one-day conference on French linguistics will be held at York University’s Glendon Campus on March 23, and presents guest speaker Katherine Rehner.

Donate blood at York University, March 20 to 22

Canadian Blood Services will be on York University’s Keele campus March 20 to 22 from 11am to 4pm. The blood donation clinic will take place in Central Square/East Bear Pit.

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New issue of The York University Magazine offers a compelling read

This edition is only the second digital version of the award-winning York University Magazine, and the first under the direction of long-time Globe and Mail staff journalist, Deirdre Kelly, who joined York University in November as the publication’s new editor.

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Notice to faculty and staff: The bookstore needs your summer term textbook and course kit orders

If you haven’t already done so, faculty and staff are asked to submit textbook and course kit requests for Summer 2018 courses as soon as possible.

Stephen Hawking left a mark on the world that few scientists could hope to achieve

York University Professor Hélène Mialet was quoted in the Globe and Mail March 15. Read fu

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Research seminar explores post-structural critiques of science

Guest speaker Patti Lather, professor emerita in educational studies at Ohio State University, will present a seminar on March 19 on the topic of “Science After Critique or Towards Post-Critical Methodologies.”