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.
The 7th annual PREVNet conference on bullying will have experts from across North America discussing the issue, from cyberbullying to behavioural interventions to the role of parents and schools.
Harvard Professor Peter Galison to discuss intersection of physics, philosophy and the history of science
Galison, who is the Joseph Pellegrino University Professor in the Department of the History of Science and the Department of Physics at Harvard University, will discuss the material and abstract notions of time cross.
Feminist scholar, cultural analyst and art historian Griselda Pollock, art historian Richard Meyer, and curator and critic Helena Reckitt are the featured guests of the 2013 Joan and Martin Goldfarb Summer Institute in Visual Arts, based in York University’s Faculty of Fine Arts May 8 and 9.
York Faculty of Education Professor Carl James is the recipient of a 2013 Harry Jerome Award. James received the award for his work with marginalized communities and research into education, schooling and community issues.
On April 25, researchers from York University’s Centre for Refugee Studies will connect with their counterparts in centres in the European Union and North America to explore the lack of consistency in refugee law making.
Researchers and their industry partners from across Canada gathered at Keele campus to test drones, amphibious and terrain-roving robots at the first annual NCFRN field trials.