07.12.2016 in Current News

Allan Weiss talks about his new fantasy book 'Making the Rounds'

Canadian author and York English and Humanities Professor Allan Weiss visited Canadian Writers in Person on Nov. 29 to talk about his new collection of stories, Making the Rounds (2016).

Over the course of his career, Weiss has published a variety of sci-fi and fantasy short stories, as well as realist stories

07.12.2016 in Current News

Men's wrestling team ranks nationally for first time

For the first time since the wrestling program returned to varsity status, the York University Lions men’s wrestling team has a place in the national rankings.

07.12.2016 in Current News

Startup founded by Osgoode students places second in provincial challenge

Three Osgoode students who founded the startup Legally Inc. have placed second in the Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General’s Access to Justice Challenge for their work.

06.12.2016 in Current News

Got an idea? Get your proposal in for the next round of the Academic Innovation Fund

There is $1.5 million in funding available as York University issues a new call for project submissions for its highly successful Academic Innovation Fund. Proposals are due by Feb. 3.

06.12.2016 in Current News

Prof. Christopher Perry to serve as Director Academic for the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology

York University professor Christopher Perry of the School of Kinesiology & Health Science will serve as a Director Academic for the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology (CSEP).

06.12.2016 in Current News

Osgoode student coordinates intervention to South Africa's highest court

Osgoode student Dustin Klaudt coordinated a successful intervention to South Africa’s highest court as part of CBA Young Lawyers International Program.

06.12.2016 in Current News

Teacher candidates use drama to explore sustainability and global citizenship

Faculty of Education teacher candidates at the Regent Park site participated in a drama workshop in November to explore sustainability issues and global citizenship through a social justice lens.

06.12.2016 in Current News

York prof makes advances in hearing project for northern youth

York U Faculty of Education Professor Pam Millett belongs to a team of audiologists, educators and community members from Ontario and Nunavut that are making advances in the Better Hearing in Education for Northern Youth (BHENY) project.

05.12.2016 in Current News

Weekend wrap: Women's basketball Lions secure win over Thunderbirds

The York University Lions women’s basketball team etched its first tick in the win column with a 59-52 victory over the Algoma University Thunderbirds at the Tait McKenzie Centre on Friday night.

05.12.2016 in Current News

Speaker Linsey McGoey to explore research on wealth disparities

Guest speaker Linsey McGoey, University of Essex, will present a talk on Dec. 7 titled “The Elusive Rentier Rich: Piketty’s data Battles and the Power of Absent Evidence.” She will explore the popularity of Thomas Piketty’s research on wealth disparities.

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