24.05.2016 in Current News

Lions thrower Brittany Crew moves one step closer to qualifying for the Olympics

Lions thrower Brittany Crew moved one step closer to qualifying for the 2016 Rio Olympics as she hit the Olympic standard in the shot put at the Tucson Elite Throwers Classic at the University of Arizona on Thursday, May 19.

24.05.2016 in Current News

Reminder: TEDxYorkUSalon on Autism Spectrum Disorder to take place May 28 at Glendon

York University will host the first-ever TEDxYorkUSalon Spectrum, which will explore issues relevant to transition-aged youth and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder. The event will be hosted by Jonathan Weiss, a psychology professor in the Faculty of Health.

24.05.2016 in Current News

E-Vote for Board of Governors non-academic employee nominee opens May 25

All full-time non-academic employees are eligible to cast a ballot for the non-academic employee nominee to the Board of Governors. The nominee will serve a two-year term beginning July 1 and ending June 30, 2018. Voting will be conducted by e-vote and opens at 9am on Wednesday, May 25 and closes at noon on Monday, June 6.

24.05.2016 in Current News

Sign up now for the Faculty and Staff Golf Tournament

This year’s golf tournament will take place Monday, June 6, at the Highlands Golf Club in Bradford, Ont. Register now to avoid disappointment, as space is limited to 144 golfers.

24.05.2016 in Current News

Bookstore temporary entrance changes again

Access to and from the main York University Bookstore (YUB Central) on the lower level, is now situated beside the south York Lanes doors, inside the Colonnade.

23.05.2016 in Current News

UPDATE: E-Vote for Board of Governors non-academic employee nominee opens Wednesday

All full-time non-academic employees are eligible to cast a ballot for the non-academic employee nominee to the Board of Governors. The nominee will serve a two-year term beginning July 1 and ending June 30, 2018. Voting will be conducted by e-vote and opens at 9am on Wednesday, May 25 and closes at noon on Monday, June 6.

20.05.2016 in Current News

SEEDS at York U facilitates science education for refugee families

A new multidisciplinary grassroots initiative out of York University is working to engage newly arrived refugee children in science education. It is called Science Enrichment & Educational Development for Syrians & Refugees at York University, or SEEDS at York U.

20.05.2016 in Current News

International recruitment agents visit York University English Language Institute

On May 10, 12 agents from 11 agencies representing nine countries visited York University as part of their time in Toronto. The group was attending the International Consultants for Education & Fairs workshop. While at the Keele campus, the agents, who were from India, China, Iran and Vietnam, toured the Faculties and facilities.

18.05.2016 in Current News

York U to host distinguished researchers at annual Muscle Health Awareness Day

A distinguished group of researchers from across North America will share their work during the seventh annual Muscle Health Awareness Day on May 27. The event is organized by York University’s David Hood, director of the Muscle Health Research Centre in the Faculty of Health.

18.05.2016 in Current News

Grad students STAY and share their experiences in teaching and learning

Some 100 graduate students from all disciplines at York University converged on the Life Sciences Building on May 6 for the fourth annual Supporting Teaching At York (STAY) Symposium. The event offered education, professional development and networking.

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