Grad student Gina Beltran will examine the sculptures and installations of a well-known Colombian artist Thursday in her talk, “Memory and Mourning in the Work of Doris Salcedo”.
The synopsis of the 601st meeting of the Senate of York University, held on Feb. 27, is now available.
Osgoode’s South Asian Law Students’ Association was able to raise in excess of $50,000, which will be matched by the law school and will be used to create the Honourable Russell Juriansz ’72 Bursary Fund and the Blakes/Juriansz Inclusivity Fund.
Khalid was recognized for her outstanding achievements in wrestling, academics and community involvement. She is the team captain of the wrestling program, president of the York Wrestling Club and a student in the School of Kinesiology and Health Science and concurrent education. This year, she was also selected as the recipient of a Sport Excellence Award and the Robert Munro Menzies Award.
Francis Mina had a successful career at York University as a night shift custodian and then accepting the role as a team leader custodian. He took great pride in his work and was respected by his colleagues at York University. Mr. Mina died suddenly on Tuesday evening.
Second-year Juris Doctor student Clifford McCarten has been chosen as Osgoode’s 2014 Dean for a Day. McCarten’s winning essay will be published in an upcoming issue of Obiter Dicta and he will serve as dean of the law school on Thursday, March 6.
Moms and Dads of York U students have a new website with content geared to their interests. Included on the website is an admissions roadmap, a guide to campus resources, an events calendar and more.
University Professor Ian Greene of the School of Public Policy and Administration will give the March 5 Canada Speaks lecture on “Ethics and Canadian Politics”, from 12:30 to 1:30pm at 010 Vanier College.
A team of students from Osgoode Hall Law School won the 2014 Laskin Moot. Another team took home the top prize in the 2014 Ontario Trial Lawyers Association Cup moot. Both competitions took place last week.
York women’s studies Professor Andrea O’Reilly will be one of the first three Women of Excellence to be inducted into the Motherhood Hall of Fame Thursday in New York City.