Justice Murray Sinclair, senator and former chair of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada, will examine what Canada can learn from indigenous societies around the world on Sept. 29 at the annual Avie Bennett Historica Canada Public Lecture in Canadian History.
Just in time for the Ontario Universities’ Fair, York U is rolling out a new brand campaign, Instagram contest and a special guest for the University’s Red & White Day.
With 25 papers on a wide range of topics, presenters will extend and deepen capital as power research, compare it with other approaches, and critique methods and findings. An international cohort of scholars will be presenting their research at the conference, which takes place Sept. 28 to 30 at York University’s Keele campus.
Professors Poonam Puri and Catriona Sandilands have been named as two of only five scholars across Canada to be awarded prestigious research fellowships by The Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation this year.
The guideline outlines existing practices and services to address sexual violence and introduce new measures based on consultations with the community. This is an important step towards the development and implementation of York’s new Sexual Violence Policy.
Facilitated through the Knowledge Mobilization Unit (KMb) and the Faculty of Graduate Studies, the program connects York graduate student researchers with organizations from the broader community.
In a message to faculty, staff and students, VPFA Gary Brewer and Samina Sami, executive director of Community Safety, outline York U’s holistic and intersectional approach to safety that reflects the diverse experiences of members of the University community.
Vice-Provost Students Janet Morrison to leave York to become Sheridan's Provost & Vice-President Academic
York University has been Janet Morrison’s professional home for more than 17 years. Prior to her appointment as Vice-Provost Students in July of 2012, she served in the PRASE office and previously held positions as executive officer in the Faculties of Health and Environmental Studies.
Douglas Hunter almost quit his PhD; instead, he became the first from York University to earn the highly prestigious Canadian Association of Graduate Studies’ (CAGS) Distinguished Dissertation award for fine arts, humanities and social sciences.
The Royal Society of Canada (RSC) has elected Professors Janine Marchessault, Douglas Hay and alumnus Christian Bok (PhD ’98) as Fellows. Professor Rachel Koopmans has been appointed a member of the College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists.