As of 5:30am on Friday, Feb. 8, the University has adopted Weather Emergency Procedures at its Keele and Glendon campuses. All day and evening classes have been cancelled and examinations postponed. University offices and libraries are closed.Read more
Steacie Library’s first Dungeon Hackfest is set for Feb. 21 and will be held in the library’s basement computer lab. It’s the perfect event for computer programmers, coders and computer aficionados seeking to discuss their ‘hack’ ideas.Read more
Faculty, staff and students should monitor the York U website for up-to-date information on the weather conditions and University status.Read more
A long-time senior research associate at the York Centre for Asian Research, Professor Emeritus David Wurfel also started and funded the David Wurfel Award at York to support and encourage a new generation of Filipino leaders and researchers in Canada.Read more
PRASE Phase 2 has been underway for approximately 18 months and many activities are continuing with strong support from the community.Read more
Friday’s conference brings lawyers, scholars, financiers and regulators together to grapple with the Canadian mining industry’s most pressing issues.Read more
University of Quebec political science Professor Jacques Levesque will discuss where Russia fits now, as part of the Royal Society of Canada Governor General Lecture Series at Glendon Wednesday.
Avant-garde music pioneer John Cage (1912-1992) would have turned 100 during this current academic year and to celebrate, the Faculty of Fine Arts is holding a ‘musicircus’ of performances Feb. 7, from 3 to 7pm.Read more
Demeter Press has published three new books about mothering, including a novel, a memoir and a scholarly collection, which will launch Feb. 20 in celebration of motherhood, literature and scholarship.
The University Libraries are launching a LibQUAL+ survey on Feb. 11. Feedback from the 2010 survey was used to double the e-book collection, add study seats and renovate space.Read more