The York University community officially kicks off its Pride celebrations on Monday, June 27 with a Flag Drop at the Keele and Glendon campuses. A full week of events has been planned and culminates with the Pride Parade on Sunday, July 3.
Schulich has partnered with the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) to create a second globally recognized accreditation pathway for Schulich MBA and master of accounting students, as well as advanced standing for ACCA members pursuing an MBA at Schulich.
The synopsis of the 627th meeting of the Senate of York University, held on June 16, is now available and can be viewed on the Senate of York University webpage.
Two York psychology grad students are among a group of 10 outstanding Ontario university scholars who will share more than $370,000 through the Ontario Women’s Health Scholars Awards to improve women’s health through research.
Isaac Garcia-Sitton, director of international education and the English Language Institute for York University’s School of Continuing Studies has been awarded the Organization of American States IE Business School Scholarship.
On Monday, July 4, YFile will publish on Tuesdays and Thursdays each week, instead of daily. We will resume our regular publishing schedule starting Tuesday, Sept. 6.
Two students graduating from the Faculty of Education were awarded the Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation (OSSTF) Faculty of Education Award for this school year. Molly McFarlane and Gordon Wornoff are the two York recipients.
The main York University Bookstore (YUB Central) will be opening on the ground level of York Lanes on June 27. To prepare for the move upstairs, the bookstore will close at noon on Friday June 24.
Canadian author Diana Kawarsky, an instructor in the School of Continuing Studies at York University, will be on campus June 21 to launch her new book “Soft Skills: Volume 1”.
Nearly a year after commissioning the carving of a 26-tonne granite boulder into an Inuit soccer player, York University is unveiling the sculpture at 1pm on June 21 to mark National Aboriginal Day. The monumental sculpture was created by Inuit carvers with a team including visual art students from York.