28.05.2015 in Current News

Blood drive planned for York U on June 10

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.

28.05.2015 in Current News

Osgoode recognizes six accomplished grads with Gold Key Awards

Carole Piovesan, Kathleen Taylor, Paul Jebely, Frank Gomberg, Jason Madden and the late Daphne Intrator were recognized with the Dean’s Gold Key Awards for law school alumni.

27.05.2015 in Current News

YorkU magazine's Spring 2015 issue is online now

Available now at yorku.ca/yorku, YorkU magazine’s Spring 2015 issue features: the NHL scouting combine’s trick question; student-athletes on what varsity sport means to them; the lasting impact of hosting the Pan Am/Parapan Am Games; Prof. Joe Baker on the merits of Malcolm Gladwell’s famous “10,000-hour” rule; and much more.

27.05.2015 in Current News

York alumna Autumn Mills selected for Pan Am women's baseball team

Former York University Lions women’s hockey player and York kinesiology grad Autumn Mills has been selected for the Canadian women’s baseball team. Mills and her teammates will compete at the 2015 Pan Am Games in Toronto this summer.

26.05.2015 in Current News

Sign up now for the Faculty and Staff Golf Tournament

This year’s golf tournament will take place Monday, June 1, at the Highlands Golf Club in Bradford, Ont. Register now to avoid disappointment, as space is limited to 144 golfers.

25.05.2015 in Current News

Researchers receive a visit from Ontario's premier

During the recent Ontario Centres of Excellence Discovery conference, researchers from The Centre for Innovation in Information Visualization and Data-Driven Design (CIVDDD), a research hub for innovation and training in information and scientific visualization led by York University, received a surprise visit from Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne. The premier toured the CIVDDD booth and tried out several of the new technologies on display.

25.05.2015 in Current News

Summer program for youth offers unique opportunity to explore African diaspora

The Harriet Tubman Institute for the Research on Africa and its Diasporas offers a free summer program for youth from 14 to 18 years of age. Applications are due Friday, June 12.

21.05.2015 in Current News

Muscle Health Awareness Day highlights new discoveries in muscle adaptation, development, metabolism and disease

A distinguished group of researchers from Ontario universities and research institutions will be attending Muscle Health Awareness Day to present their work. This special research event will be held Friday, May 22, from 9am to 4:30pm, in the Rotunda and Lecture Hall A in Vari Hall, Keele campus.

21.05.2015 in Current News

New Graduate/Professional Student and Non-Academic Employee nominees to the Board of Governors

As a result of elections at large, the following individuals have been nominated for membership on the Board of Governors: Dan O’Hara as the Graduate/Professional Student nominee and Amanda Wassermuhl as the Non-Academic Employee nominee.

21.05.2015 in Current News

Libraries to phase out RefWorks access by June 30

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.

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