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11.04.2014 in Current News

Register soon for York U’s second annual Teaching in Focus conference on May 22

The Teaching in Focus conference on May 22 is free and features a carefully curated program of workshops and panels. It offers the latest information on innovations in teaching and the presenters are leaders in their fields. Register early to avoid disappointment.

10.04.2014 in Current News

Passings: Jim Flaherty was one of Osgoode’s most accomplished graduates

Former federal finance minister Jim Flaherty died in his Ottawa home on April 10. Mr. Flaherty graduated in 1973 from York University’s Osgoode Hall Law School.

10.04.2014 in Current News

Psychology students awarded for academic excellence

The best and the brightest of undergraduate and graduate students in the Department of Psychology, Faculty of Health, were honoured for academic excellence at the 2014 Psychology Awards.

10.04.2014 in Current News

UIT alert: Windows XP no longer supported by Microsoft

As of April 8, Microsoft ended support for the Windows XP operating system and will no longer provide updates, including security and critical patches, for the operating system. York’s University Information Technology has provided a series of steps to secure home and office computers.

10.04.2014 in Current News

Faculty of Education student receives prestigious award

Faculty of Education student Melanie Pretorius has been awarded the 2014 Helen G. Mitchell Award from the Ontario Modern Language Teachers’ Association.

10.04.2014 in Current News

UIT alert: Heartbleed bug security threat

Earlier this week a serious computing vulnerability called the The Heartbleed Bug was discovered. Clients are advised to change their passwords for all York and external accounts.

09.04.2014 in Current News

Lands for Learning ambassadors reporting back to community

The community has indicated it would like a sustainable urban community with increased pedestrian activity that is well supported by public transit and cycling, along with parks, open spaces and outdoor social spaces. The full report for Phase 1 consultations is available on the Lands for Learning website.

09.04.2014 in Current News

Using art to screen for Alzheimer’s disease co-wins top award at psychology poster day

The annual Department of Psychology undergraduate Honours Thesis Poster Day drew some 80 students and their research to Vari Hall, where students Katherine Matthews and Susanna Kim co-won the top prize for their research.

09.04.2014 in Current News

York University wins third annual TRY Cup

The York University Lions were named the champion of the TRY Cup for the third straight year this month, once again asserting themselves as the top intramurals program in the city. The TRY Cup pits intramural teams from the Toronto Varsity Blues, Ryerson Rams and York Lions against each other.

08.04.2014 in Current News

Provincial government funds transition pilot at York U for students with autism spectrum disorders

The Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities is allocating $212,000 over three years to York University for a pilot project that will support students with autism spectrum disorders as they make the transition to postsecondary education.

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