Everyone from young sports players to construction workers may be at risk of being declared fit for regular duties too soon after having a concussion because no one tests their cognitive and mobility skills together, kinesiology Professor Lauren Sergio says.
The Centre for Disease Modelling at York University, which organized the summer school, is hosting a series of public lectures on how diseases spread, the impact of travel on the transmission of diseases and more.
The University is moving from the more traditional response of providing care after a mental health crisis has arisen to a more proactive, preventative approach of building a healthy community by addressing pressures before they reach a crisis stage.
Ignat Kaneff, chair and CEO of the Kaneff Group of Companies, has made a $5-million donation in support of York University’s Lassonde School of Engineering, President & Vice-Chancellor Mamdouh Shoukri announced Thursday.
Tiesenhausen is the 2013 Louis Odette Sculptor-in-Residence in the Faculty of Fine Arts at York University. He will give a public talk about his work as part of his residency, which runs May 6 to 31 in conjunction with the Intensive Sculpture Workshop offered by the Department of Visual Art & Art History.
The second annual Bookstore Art Competition has inspired students to come up with some interesting pieces, the top three of which are now on display in the Bookstore’s front window.
Celebrated Gitxsan First Nations artist and master carver Ya’Ya Heit has been engaged to create a signature art piece for Osgoode Hall Law School.
Some 250 flowering cherry trees on the Keele campus are in their full glory thanks to the cool spring weather. The trees were planted in 2003 as part of the Japanese government’s Sakura project, symbolizing the long-standing relationship between Japan and Canada.
York University’s Department of Equity Studies and some 500 students from the Toronto District School Board will hear internationally recognized speakers talk about social justice and human rights, watch performances and attend a fair in Vari Hall.
The Master of Science in Business Analytics program at York’s Schulich School of Business has just been furnished with a comprehensive package of the world’s leading data analysis software thanks to SAS Canada.