Do you have an opinion about online education or experiential learning? A burning question about differentiation or credit transfer? This year’s town hall is an opportunity to bring together York University faculty, staff, and students to discuss the rapidly changing post-secondary education sector and its impact on the University.
How do we drive innovation and strengthen the quality of education in an increasingly budget-constrained environment? How can we remain competitive in a globalized context? Join York University’s President and Vice-Chancellor Mamdouh Shoukri and members of the senior executive team for this interactive dialogue.
York President & Vice-Chancellor Mamdouh Shoukri
The town hall will take place Wednesday, Oct. 2, from 11am into the noon hour, in the Tribute Communities Recital Hall, main floor, Accolade East Building, Keele campus. All students, faculty and staff are welcome.
This year’s town hall derives its focus from the five topics put forward in the summer working group roundtables hosted by the Province of Ontario, which are graduate placement, online education, differentiation, graduate education and credit transfer.
Joining the president for the town hall will be Gary Brewer, vice-president finance & administration, and Rhonda Lenton, vice-president academic & provost.
Can’t attend in person? There is more than one way to participate. The town hall will be available to watch via webcast at The President’s Town Hall website and questions can be sent in advance to the website. You can also submit your questions via Twitter using the hashtag #YUTownHall.