York’s Schulich School of Business students Mudit Sharma, Balpreet Singh and Albert Huynh were named among the top 10 Bloomberg Aptitude Test (BAT) performers in North America in May. The BAT is a global, standardized exam designed to assess aptitude for business and finance.
A new partnership between York University’s Faculty of Education and the Ontario Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development will give students access to valuable curriculum resources and leading edge information in education.
Prof. Shelley Gavigan’s book, Hunger, Horses and Government Men: Criminal Law on the Aboriginal Plains, 1870-1905, wins multiple prizes, including the 2013 CLIO – The Prairies from the Canadian Historical Association and honourable mention in the association’s Sir John A. Macdonald Prize.
A number of initiatives are currently being monitored and are on track to achieve the intended benefits for the institution. The initiatives undertaken have found administrative efficiencies, enhanced service levels to the community and realized financial savings.
York graduate student, filmmaker and artist Elle Flanders recently won the coveted Artist Prize from the Toronto Friends of the Visual Arts, an independent non-profit organization, for her work with collaborator Tamira Sawatzky. Professor Katherine Knight was awarded a project support grant for her documentary.
Mrs. Simone spent several years at the Schulich School of Business before moving to the Faculty of Arts to work as an administrative assistant to the dean and then in the new Faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies as an administrative assistant to the associate dean of faculty affairs.
A visual artist, a community advocate for persons with disabilities, a general counsel to a First Nation community and a lawyer who has served on several high-profile commissions of inquiry are among the a new group of distinguished visiting faculty at Osgoode Hall Law School.
Members of the York University Sport & Recreation Department headed out to High Park on Sunday, June 2 to participate in Chuck’s Run for Dystonia, a special event hosted in honour of Charles (Chuck) Saundercook and his family.
Osgoode Hall Law School Professor Sean Rehaag has been awarded the Canadian Association of Law Teachers Scholarly Paper Award for his paper “Judicial Review of Refugee Determinations; The Luck of the Draw?” published in the Queen’s Law Journal.