The paper provides a detailed road map for turning the province’s renewed focus on energy conservation into reality, outlining 20 recommendations to strengthen the sustainability of Ontario’s electricity system.
The group discussed their shared vision regarding the role of higher education institutions in supporting social innovation and social enterprise. The discussions took place with representatives from the British and Canadian High Commissions and several not-for-profit organizations.
Students who browse the Internet while taking notes during a lecture do not perform as well as students focused on note taking, a recent York University study reveals.
Larissa McKetton, a graduate student in biology, has won the inaugural Marian Regan Prize for best master’s thesis in a vision-related topic. The prize is named for Professor Marian Regan, a mathematician and the wife of Professor Emeritus David Martin Regan of the Centre for Vision Research.
York psychology Professor Maria Legerstee and two colleagues have co-edited The Infant Mind: Origins of the Social Brain, featuring 14 world-renowned contributors who explore the transactions among genes, the brain and the environment.
The third International Graduate Student Research Conference on Latin America and the Caribbean will be held March 15 and 16 at York, featuring more than 90 speakers.
York’s leading researchers were recognized for their groundbreaking research achievements and thought leadership during an inaugural gala event, held Feb. 27.
The Faculty of Graduate Studies will host a celebration of research in collaboration with the Office of the Vice-President Research & Innovation, showcasing the research of seven York graduate students, during a three-minute thesis competition.
Bayfield will use the grant to support his research into “la-protein” function in RNA metabolism and human disease.
The draft Strategic Research Plan has garnered more than 2200 points of contact through the consultation process to date.