Explore arts, environmental studies and social sciences based-research at a celebration highlighting Public Engagement for a Just and Sustainable World, co-hosted by four of York’s Faculties, in collaboration with the Office of the Vice-President Research & Innovation on Wednesday, April 16.
As a University president, it was an honour for me to know and to work with this gifted political and government leader, who did so much to advance research and innovation across the country, and who truly listened and responded to the needs of all Canadians.
Researchers from the Faculty of Education are participating in a project to deliver immersive and interactive education services to remote and northern Aboriginal and Inuit communities through high-definition two-way video communication and collaboration technology.
In a groundbreaking York University study, researchers have found that abnormal levels of lipid molecules in the brain can affect the interaction between two key neural pathways in early prenatal brain development, which can trigger autism.
York University nursing student Kerry Morrison will receive the St. John Ambulance Lifesaving Award Wednesday and a Toronto Police Service award April 27 for her quick actions in tending to a man who was injured from falling on the subway tracks.
Three years ago we mourned the tragic loss of Qian (Necole) Liu, an international student from Beijing studying at York University. She is remembered fondly by her parents, friends and teachers as a kind-hearted young woman who excelled both as a student and artist.
The winning student group photograph was taken by Sean Bharrat, a student in the Faculty of Health. The winning staff-faculty group photograph featured staff from the Office of the Vice-President Academic and Provost.
The Faculty of Graduate Studies honoured Professor Meg Luxton for excellence in graduate teaching and mentoring with the Faculty’s Teaching Award at the Faculty Council meeting April 3.
On April 17, York University has invited municipal partners and sites in York Region to demonstrate how they would propose to partner with and support the University in establishing a new campus in the region.
York University Lions Track & Field athletes Dontae Richards-Kwok and Khamica Bingham were named the male and female athletes of the year at the 46th annual Interuniversity Sport Banquet held Wednesday, April 2.