York University Lions women’s volleyball team members Cadence Currie and Abby Ganzhorn teamed up to win the under-18 gold medal at the Ontario provincial championships on Sunday, Aug. 10.
YU Belong is a volunteer program that runs Sept. 2 to 12 and sees York faculty and staff play an important role in welcoming new students to the University. Community members interested in volunteering can sign up for the program by way of the RED Zone website.
More than 100 football players have reported to camp. The highlight of training camp is a preseason game against the Carleton University Ravens on Saturday, Aug. 23, in Ottawa.
York University Lions women’s rugby player Emma Jada helped Team Canada win the gold medal at the International University Sports Federation (FISU) Women’s Rugby Sevens Championship in Brazil, on Sunday, Aug. 10.
The York University Lions football team will travel to Ottawa during training camp for a pre-season exhibition contest against the Carleton Ravens on Saturday, Aug. 23.
Dickson has extensive experience as a senior business executive and will oversee all aspects of Sport and Recreation business and operations, including developing business plans for facility use.
The results of the YU Link contest for free tickets to the 2014 Rogers Cup are now available.
Computer simulation-based education and training is a multibillion-dollar industry, but research shows that when it comes to training for decision-making, people often perform poorly. A new book by York Professor Hassan Qudrat-Ullah looks at why that is and how to improve outcomes.
Amendments to the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act were recently implemented, requiring international students in Canada (as study permit holders) to actively pursue academic studies at their designated learning institutions. York University must provide international student compliance reports to Citizenship and Immigration Canada.