Professor Chamberlin died on January 28 at the age of 53. He was the past director of the statistics section and served as associate chair of the department from 2009 to 2012.
Osgoode Hall Law School to cohost nationwide environmental law competition at Ontario Court of Appeal
Excitement is building for the 2015 Willms & Shier Environmental Law Moot Court Competition – Canada’s first and only in-person national moot court competition devoted to environmental law. Ten teams from nine Canadian law faculties have registered for the competition, which will take place on Saturday, March 7 at the Ontario Court of Appeal in downtown Toronto.
York University undergraduates can sign up for their Google Apps account at any time prior to April 1. When they do, their Google Apps at York account will be created immediately and the email content from the existing @yorku.ca account will be moved automatically on April 28.
Twelve teams of MBA and graduate students from leading business schools will compete to win the fifth annual invitational Developers’ Den case competition at York University’s Schulich School of Business on Friday, March 6. The intense, one-day case competition will allow the best and brightest real estate and planning students to showcase their skills.
Due to the recent labour disruption, the panel discussion “Responsible Investing: A Multi-Perspective Discussion” planned for March 10 from 11:30am to 1pm has been postponed until further notice.
The Schulich School of Business at York University was ranked 19th in the world and No. 1 in Canada yesterday in the annual global MBA survey conducted by CNN Expansion, marking the ninth straight year that Schulich has been ranked No. 1 in Canada and among the world’s top 25 business schools.
The York University Lions track and field team combined to win 17 medals and break or tie three meet records at the Ontario University Athletics championships this past weekend. Of the 17 medals won, 11 were gold, four were silver and two were bronze.
University Professor Emeritus Ian Greene of York’s School of Public Policy and Administration will discuss the impact of the Charter on Canadian society Thursday, March 9.
What makes you believe in a story? In her fourth novel, “Accusation,” Canadian Writers in Person series presenter Catherine Bush takes it a step further to question what we believe about a person who has been accused of a terrible crime.
Author, journalist and sociology Professor Cecil Foster will discuss his novel Independence, a deeply moving story of the coming of age of a country and a boy at the time of Barbados’ independence from Britain, on Wednesday, March 4.