Edmund P. (Terry) Fowler, professor emeritus of political science at Glendon College, died March 14 following a long illness. Professor Fowler was a devoted teacher, dedicated to his students and a great supporter of Glendon.
York biology Professor Bridget Stutchbury is featured in tonight’s broadcast of the documentary “SongbirdSOS”. The film will debut on CBC television’s “The Nature of Things” and is a wide-ranging zoological whodunnit.
A Renaissance scholar specializing in Spenser and Milton, Greaves joined the Glendon English Department in 1967. His annual 12-hour reading of “Paradise Lost” by his class soon became legendary and is still remembered by many. Professor Greaves was co-director of an internationally renowned research program on Bonobo-human discourse.
Robski’s winning essay focused on enhancing the openness of Osgoode Hall law School and making it more accessible to the community. His essay will be published in a future issue of “Orbiter Dicta”.
Osgoode students showcased their expertise at the Willms & Shier Envronmental Moot Competition, the Harold G. Fox Moot, the Wilson Moot and the Gale Cup Moot.
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.
The York University Libraries will phase out RefWorks as of June 30. The libraries are switching to two well-developed and popular citation management products.
York astronomy Professor Marshall McCall returns to York University today and will deliver a special lecture, titled “Structure in the Near Universe and its Relevance to Your Life,” at 3pm in Room 317, Petrie Science & Engineering Building on the Keele campus.
Deadline extended to March 20 for nominations for graduate/professional student member to the Board of Governors
The Student Senator Caucus is now accepting nominations for a graduate or professional student nominee to the Board of Governors of York University. Nominations are open and the new deadline is March 20 at noon.
A digital archive of selected political buttons from the Jean Augustine collection is now on display in the Pushing Buttons, Pushing Stories exhibit. The political buttons were donated to the Clara Thomas Archives and Special Collections in 2007. Jean Augustine, through a recorded interview, provides an oral history of each button.