On March 7, York’s Schulich School of Business will host Experience Schulich, an annual open house offering information about the programs and school culture for those considering doing a master’s degree in business administration, international business, finance, accounting or business analytics.
Junior national team members choose the York University Lions as their football team for next year.
Author and playwright Pamela Mordecai will read from her debut novel Thursday, March 5, from 4:30 to 6:30pm, at 626 Kaneff Tower. The book tells the tale of a Caribbean-born woman who learns the truth about her existence.
York University hosted the fourth Canada Eastern Supplemental Instruction Retreat Day on Feb. 17. Participants heard how York University is using supplemental instruction to enhance the experience of first-year students.
Two youth activists who started an online petition — We Give Consent — about the new provincial sex-ed curriculum, signed by more than 40,000 people, will deliver the 2015 Alexander F. Chamberlain Speaker Series in Children’s Studies talk at York University March 3.
The synopsis of the 437th meeting of the Board of Governors of York University is now available. The meeting was held on Feb. 23.
The 14th annual York University Art History Graduate Student Symposium “Imagined Worlds” investigates the effigy of the real, notions of authenticity and the spaces in art created through simulation of history, rituals and life. The symposium takes place Feb. 27.
Ju Hui Judy Han, a social and cultural geographer, will look at the preposterous figure of chongbukgei (a North Korea-sympathizing queer) as a fascinating conflation of sexual perversion and geopolitical insecurity in her talk Feb. 25 — “How Pink Turned Red: Queer Bodies and Postsecular Geopolitics in South Korea.”
The Comparative Perspectives on Precarious Employment Database will launch Thursday, Feb. 26 with a panel discussion on feminist political economy and the study of labour market insecurity at 305 York Lanes, from 1 to 3pm.
The York University Lions men’s volleyball team completed a thrilling comeback in five sets to defeat the University of Windsor Lancers and win the Ontario University Athletics bronze medal at the Burridge Gymnasium in Hamilton, Ont., on Saturday, Feb. 20. The win qualifies the Lions for the Canadian Interuniversity Sport championship tournament.