Teaching For The Future; Universities Trying To Keep Up In A World Changed By Automation, Artificial Intelligence
Vice-Provost Academic Alice Pitt was mentioned in the Times Colonist Jan. 7. Read full story.
Is Vaughan violating Canada’s Constitution by requiring lawn sign permits?
Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies politics Professor Greg Albo was mentioned in YorkRegion.com Jan. 7. Read full story.
Automation, climate change, AI: schools prepping students for jobs of the future
Vice-Provost Academic Alice Pitt was mentioned in the Castlegar News Jan. 2. Read full story.
Canadian schools prepping students for jobs of the future as automation, AI continue to transform workplaces
Vice-Provost Academic Alice Pitt was interviewed in The Globe and Mail Jan. 2. Read full story.
Exercise Has Many Health Benefits. Weight Loss Isn’t Really One of Them
Faculty of Health kinesiology and health science Professor Jennifer Kuk was mentioned in Discover magazine Jan. 2. Read full story.
Why York University spent $90,000 on ‘bird-friendly’ window patterns
Faculty of Science biology Professor Bridget Stutchbury was featured in the Toronto Star Jan. 2. Read full story.
Rebranded Ford government continues crusade against the environment
Faculty of Environmental studies Professor Mark Winfield’s op-ed was published in the Toronto Star, The Standard and the Hamilton Spectator Dec. 26. Read full story.
Science of winter: Ancient stories of ice come to life in Canada
Faculty of Science biology Professor Sapna Sharma was featured in a MSN.com story Dec. 22. Read full story.
Field hockey coach aims to educate as she struggles to overcome post-concussion symptoms
Faculty of Health grad Cassidy Nicholls (BA ’18) was featured in a CBC News story Dec. 18. Read full story.
Cohousing is potentially a key way to combat loneliness — but it’s difficult to get off the ground
Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies anthropology Professor Margaret Critchlow was mentioned in the Ottawa Citizen Dec. 20. Read full story.
When Climate Striking Stops ‘Sparking Joy.’ What Comes Next?
Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies sociology Professor Lesley Wood was mentioned in The Tyee Dec. 20. Read full story.
Waiting is the one thing that unites all Torontonians. What does that say about us?
Faculty of Health psychology Professor John Eastwood was mentioned in the Yakanak News Dec. 20. Read full story.
York faculty earns Distinguished Contributions Award for service to TESL Ontario
Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies ESL and applied linguistics Professor Antonella Valeo was featured in Education News Canada Dec. 19. Read full story.
What Is Orthorexia? Here’s What to Do When Healthy Eating Becomes Unhealthy
Faculty of Health Professor psychology Jennifer Mills was mentioned in deeparround.com Dec. 19. Read full story.
Young Kurd Girl Overcomes Loss of Vision to Study Law, Publish Book
Osgoode Hall Law School student Avesta Alani was featured in the Sindh Courier Dec. 18. Read full story.
Milder winters raise ice road anxiety in remote Manitoba communities
Faculty of Science biology Professor Sapna Sharma was mentioned in the Winnipeg Free Press Dec. 17. Read full story.
Rini on Deepfakes and the Epistemic Backstop
Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies philosophy Professor Regina Rini was the featured interview on the Algocracy and the Transhumanist Project podcast Dec. 17. Listen to the full episode.
Only the lonely: Holiday season can be a struggle for some
Faculty of Health contract faculty member, Dr. Ami Rokach, a clinical psychologist, was mentioned in the Toronto Sun Dec. 15. Read full story.