Hosted by AAPR Executive Sponsors Rhonda Lenton and Gary Brewer, this community information session will begin the collegial dialogue on the AAPR Task Force Reports. Bring your lunch and your feedback. Pre-registration is not necessary.
The Academic Policy, Planning and Research Committee of Senate of York University is holding an open forum on academic priorities following on the release of the Academic and Administrative Program Review task force reports on Nov. 7.
Applications and nominations are invited for the Master of Winters College, commencing July 1, 2015, for a five year period. The deadline for applications is Feb. 13, 2015.
The York University Bookstore is offering holiday shoppers 25 per cent off fiction, fine arts books, remainders, children’s books, cookbooks, CDs and DVDs, from Nov. 17 to Dec. 23. Plus, there will be weekly specials on branded clothing and other items.
The community is invited to attend York University’s Remembrance Day Ceremony at the Harry Arthurs Common at the York Flagpole.
As part of the Bergeron Centre for Engineering Excellence building project, installation of a new gas service line will take place on Wednesday, Nov. 12, resulting in suspended gas service from 7 to 11:30am in the William Small Centre and the Petrie Science and Engineering Building.
Due to continuing watermain modifications, a temporary partial road closure is required on the Founders Road northbound curb lane for an additional week, until Friday, Nov. 14.
The Scott Library is scheduled to have a power shutdown beginning Sunday, Nov. 16 at midnight and ending at 8am. As a result, any Internet services provided by the York University Libraries will be unavailable.
During the Remembrance Day ceremony on Tuesday, Nov. 11, from 10:15 to 11:30am, the transit stops for TTC buses, GO buses, Glendon-Keele Shuttle, Wheeltrans (TTC) and Mobility Plus (York Region) will be temporarily relocated from Harry Arthurs Common.
Switch off and unplug before leaving for the weekend to help York reduce its energy consumption by 25 per cent.