A York U instructor has developed a critical thinking course that utilizes role-playing video games. Cael Cohen’s course, Reasoning about Morality and Values: Critical Thinking Skills for Everyday Life, begins May 9.
The synopsis of the 625th meeting of the Senate of York University, held on April 28, is now available and can be viewed on the Senate of York University webpage.
CERLAC Fellow Judy Adler Hellman is the recipient of the CALACS (Canadian Association for Latin America and Caribbean Studies) 2016 Distinguished Fellow Award.
The Thesis & Dissertation Prizes distributed by the Faculty of Graduate Studies (FGS) recently honoured six graduate students for their research contributions in their respective fields.
The Justice Design Project returns for a second year to offer a week-long workshop for postsecondary students interested in learning about the legal profession. Early bird registrations are happening now until June 30.
Sabrina Scott’s comic “Witchbody” is among the nominees for a prestigious Canadan comics award. Scott made the comic as part of her MES, which she defended in August 2015.
This week is Canada’s Emergency Preparedness Week and the Office of Emergency Preparedness, part of the Department of Community Safety at York University, is hosting a special information event in the Vari Hall Rotunda on Wednesday, May 4.
The annual Toronto Korean Speech Contest was held at the University of Toronto on March 26. Four York U students took home awards, including a first, second and third place in the beginner’s category and a second place in the intermediate category.
Construction activities starting May 2 will require the closure of Colonnade access doors from The Common. The doors from the Common to the Colonnade on the west end of York Lanes will be blocked by construction fencing.
Huaxiong Huang, professor in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Faculty of Science, is the recipient of the Industrial Mathematics Prize from the Canadian Applied and Industrial Mathematics Society and Fields Institute, in recognition of his exceptional research.