The Helix Summer Science Institute is a special program offered by the Faculty of Science at York University for students in Grades 9 to 12 who have a passion for science. The program is held on the Keele campus and exposes students to a variety of courses in neuroscience, astronomy, physics and applied mathematics.
The next spray days on the Keele and Glendon campuses will begin on Friday, June 19, at 5pm and end on Sunday, June 21, at 5pm.
York University faculty, staff and students should take note that from June 15 to Aug. 27, Ian Macdonald Boulevard will be closed from Northwest Gate to Founders Road and TTC Route 106 will be on diversion.
There will be a pedestrian walkway restriction on the north side of the Steacie Science & Engineering Library, between the Lassonde Building and the Petrie Science & Engineering Building, from Monday, June 15, to Tuesday, June 30.
From Friday, June 12, at 8pm until 4am on Monday, June 15, Steeles Avenue West will be reduced to one lane westbound and one lane eastbound from east of Murray Ross Parkway to Founders Road for traffic bridge maintenance work.
The York University Libraries staff remind faculty to submit their requests for material to be placed on reserve, or for film and video class bookings, as soon as possible. Although the summer term has begun, it is not too late. It is also not too early to plan in advance for the fall term. The deadline for the fall term is Aug. 15.
The Centre for Research on Latin America and & Caribbean invites youth from the Greater Toronto Area and beyond to its first student summer program, Young Amautas of the Americas. The program will run from July 27 to 31. Applications are due Monday, June 15.
The York University Libraries will phase out RefWorks as of June 30. The libraries are switching to two well-developed and popular citation management products.
If you are considering the gift of life through a blood donation, Canadian Blood Services will be on campus on June 10 from 11am to 4pm. The clinic will take place in Central Square.
Work/study positions are available at both the Keele and Glendon campuses and allow York University undergraduate students to earn extra money, gain valuable experience and contribute to university life. The deadline to submit a request is Friday, July 10.