Two York University students have taken the top prize in the University of California, Berkeley Entrepreneurship Boot Camp. The students won for a new kind of drone that would make parcel delivery using drones a reality.
Kristen Csenky, a PhD candidate in social anthropology, was selected as a “prominent young leader” and invited to contribute to the Young Bled Strategic Forum (YBSF) in Slovenia on Sept. 4 and 5.
Students living off campus in the Village housing development received a friendly knock on their doors on Sept. 22, when York volunteers delivered the Good Neighbour Guide.
This fall, the Faculty of Science at York University launched Integrated Science, the University’s first interdisciplinary program for first-year science students. Connecting concepts in biology, chemistry, physics and mathematics, the program promotes active participation, collaboration and inquiry.
Students with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are invited to enrol in a new support group on campus designed to help students better understand ADHD and discuss coping strategies.
On Sept. 29 at 3pm, join Glendon Principal Donald Ipperciel and York President and Vice-Chancellor Mamdouh Shoukri for a special Red & White Day Tweetup in the Glendon Centre of Excellence Lobby at the Glendon campus.
York University welcomes two new faculty members in the Faculty of Education: Bryan Smith and Jennifer Wemigwans.
Writer Richard Van Camp will be featured as the second guest in the Canadian Writers in Person Lecture Series, and will read from his new novel “Night Moves” on Oct. 4.
The synopsis of the 628th meeting of the Senate of York University, held on Sept. 22, is now available and can be viewed on the Senate of York University webpage.
The Faculty of Education presented its annual two-day Summer Institute, which explored the topic of “Re/defining Educational Success: Purposeful Advocacy for Change” and brought together educators, youth, parents and community members.