The University will launch the pilot phase of the new expense reporting system in April with the participation of Osgoode Hall Law School and the Division of Advancement. It expects to gradually expand access to the new expense reporting system to the rest of the University in May and June.
Applications are now being accepted for a communityBUILD Mash-Up, an intense two-day startup workshop and competition open to social mission driven entrepreneurs. Applications are due March 8. Those selected to participate will have a chance to win a $5,000 consulting grant for their venture.
This year marks the 100th anniversary of the Komagata Maru Episode when Canada turned away 376 migrants of South Asian origin aboard a Japanese steamship. A series of events, including an exhibit, an award-winning documentary and several lectures will commemorate the anniversary, from March 10 to 15.
Olivia Chow, MP Trinity – Spadina, will be the keynote speaker for this year’s International Women’s Day celebration at York Thursday, March 6, the theme of which is inspiring change.
Looking for the the Copyright Clearance Centre? It has moved to 163A Central Square (inside Printing Services), which is down the hall from Scott Library, directly across from Tim Horton’s and next to the TD Bank machines.
The Senate of York University is now accepting nominations for University Professorships and Distinguished Research Professorships. Nominations should be submitted by the end of business on March 4.
York students are invited to submit their most innovative ideas for solutions that will make the world more accessible for persons with disabilities for a chance to win $3000 in prizes. Entries are due April 6.
As part of the camp, which runs from March 10 to 14, students can look forward to a day where they explore the future of science and how research has changed society. Space is limited, register soon to avoid disappointment.
Vice-President Academic & Provost Rhonda Lenton and Vice-President Finance & Administration Gary Brewer are hosting an informal information session today on the Academic and Administration Program Review. The session will be held from 12 to 1:30pm in Winters Dining Hall, Winters College, Keele Campus. Bring your lunch.
During York University’s March Break Science Safari, March 10 to 14 at the Keele campus, students in grades 3 to 8 will explore a variety of topics in science, technology, mathematics and engineering. One activity will investigate how ancient civilizations built enormous structures like the pyramids, the Great Wall of China and the Mayan Temples.