Time to practice your swing because the York University Faculty and Staff Golf Tournament returns June 3, at the Highlands Golf Club in Bradford. Register early to avoid disappointment.
Learn more about the steps you need to take to be prepared for the unexpected during Emergency Preparedness Week, May 6 to 10.
All full-time non-academic employees are entitled to participate in the balloting for the nomination of a non-academic employee to the Board of Governors. Ballots and the list of candidates are in the mail.
To complete the remediation work, it will be necessary to close a portion of Ian Macdonald Boulevard from Thompson Road to Founders Road, from April 29 to May 6.
To accommodate repairs to the underground steam main supplying Seneca College, Fine Arts Road and surrounding walkways will experience restrictions to automobile and pedestrian traffic, from Friday, April 26 to Friday, May 3.
Steeles Avenue West will be restricted to one lane eastbound between Murray Ross Parkway and Northwest Gate until June 15.
During the week of April 15, another tower crane assembly began at the Black Creek Pioneer Village site on the north end of York University’s Keele campus.
Course directors from first-, second- and third-year Canadian Studies courses are invited to submit, by April 30, two outstanding papers per class for consideration for the William Westfall Canadian Studies Prize.
Switch off and unplug before leaving for the weekend to help York reduce its energy consumption by 25 per cent.
On Friday, April 19, faculty, staff and students at York University will be volunteering their time to give the Keele and Glendon campuses a bit of “spit and polish” as part of the annual 20-Minute Makeover.