York President and Vice-Chancellor Mamdouh Shoukri issues a statement on the ratification vote by CUPE 3903 and the resumption of all classes on April 1.
The alumni, three from York’s Schulich School of Business and two from the Faculty of Environmental Studies, made it onto the Top 30 Under 30 Sustainability Leaders list as Canadian youth who have a proven track record in sustainable development.
The 20th annual International Studies Symposium will focus on Japan this year, looking at everything from youth and pop culture to Godzilla and the Japanese manga series Naruto, and featuring panel discussions on key subjects on Sunday, March 29, from 8am to 5:30pm, at Glendon College.
Top students at Osgoode Hall Law School received the Dean’s Gold Key Award for outstanding contributions to the life of the law school. Each of the recipients has demonstrated exceptional leadership, commitment and enthusiasm through their participation in extracurricular activities.
In an effort to settle the outstanding issues and end the labour disruption, the University has tabled new offers of settlement for Unit 1 and Unit 3. The offers provide responsive proposals on the key outstanding issues.
The Oxford Handbook of Roman Epigraphy is more than a collection of inscriptions; it is a resource created to show why inscriptions matter. Edited by York University history and classical studies Professor Jonathan Edmondson and University of Toronto classics Professor Christer Bruun, this handbook is the most complete collection of scholarship on Roman epigraphy.
Late Friday, Senate Executive received and accepted the list of courses that will resume on Monday, March 23, in the Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies and the Faculty of Environmental Studies. This list of classes is being updated on the University’s Labour Disruption website. To help students identify the new additions, the list will be date/time stamped.
Senate Executive will meet Friday to review the list of courses submitted by the Faculty of Environmental Studies and the Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies that can be resumed starting Monday, March 23. The updated course list will be made available Friday and communicated as soon as possible.
English Professor Priscila Uppal’s latest collection of poems, Sabotage, is spiked with humour even as it exposes the absurdity of life with its sudden twists and plunges into darkness. The book will launch March 23 at 7:30pm at the Monarch Tavern in Toronto.
York University President and Vice-Chancellor issues a statement to students, faculty and staff about the resumption of classes and the importance of reaching a fair and competitive settlement.