York’s Schulich School of Business marketing Professor Theodore Noseworthy and Chelsea Galoni, a PhD student at Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University, studied whether people value products differently when purchasing them using unclean and decrepit-looking bills. What they found suggests they do.
Long seen as a big city problem, youth homelessness is as real in suburban York Region as it is in Toronto and demands a coordinated, systemic response, according to researchers at York University in a study published Nov. 27.
The President’s Staff Recognition Awards, a long-standing annual tradition, provides the York University community with a way to recognize colleagues for their commitment to the University.
Socioeconomic inequity continues to grow for many residents of northern Etobicoke, Scarborough and North York. A panel of academics, community activists and emerging politicians will discuss the dynamics, as well as the steps that could lead to a more socially just city on Monday, Dec. 1, at the 2014 Toronto Election: Implications for Politics and Social Justice in the Inner Suburbs event.
More than three weeks has gone by since the start of the 2014 York Cares Campaign in support of the United Way Toronto and the University has raised $150, 000, which is more than 74 per cent of its final fundraising goal.
In honour of the White Rose Legacy Circle’s third anniversary, the University held a special afternoon tea event on Oct. 21 to recognize alumni, faculty, staff, retirees and friends who have remembered York in their wills or through other forms of planned giving.
The inaugural Lambert Lecture on Indigenous Peoples and Neotropical Conservation Wednesday will look at how national and international climate change, biodiversity and food security strategies have failed to include the perspectives of indigenous communities in addressing these challenges.
Stefano Tijerina of the University of Maine will discuss Thursday how Canadian mining and oil companies control a large part of the Colombian economy, representing the power and flexibility of transnational corporations to shape globalization.
A new book, The Charter of Canadian Rights and Freedoms: 30 Years of Decisions that Shape Canadian Life, written by Ian Greene, professor emeritus of public policy and law, will launch Tuesday, Nov. 25, at 3:30pm in the McLaughlin Senior Common Room, 140 McLaughlin College, Keele campus.
The York University Lions men’s volleyball team won 3-1 against the Western University Mustangs on Saturday in London, Ont., stretching their winning streak to three matches. Veteran outside hitter Ray Szeto proved to be the Lions’ star player again with 21.5 points, including 18 kills and a service ace.