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York University Professor and Jean Augustine Chair in Education, Community & Diaspora Carl James was quoted in the Financial Post Feb. 19. Read full story.
Systemic racism is not irrelevant in sentencing Black offenders
York University Professor Carl James was mentioned in Canadian Lawyer Feb. 21. Read full story.
Organizing in the face of crisis
John Clarke, Packer Visitor in Social Justice in York University’s Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies, published an article in Canadian Dimension Feb. 19. Read full story.
Tyler McLay’s experience as a young buyer helps clients get into the market
York University's Schulich School of Business was mentioned in Real Estate Magazine Feb. 22. Read full story.
Ontario's Care Crisis Part 2 ft. Dr. Pat Armstrong
York University Professor Pat Armstrong was a guest on The Scarlet Standard podcast Feb. 21. Listen to the full episode.
Videogames, interaction and fine arts: the bioartistic proposal of Micha Cárdenas
York University was mentioned in Fahrenheit Magazine Feb. 19. Read full story.
3 ways companies could offer more father-friendly policies that will help women
Ivona Hideg, associate professor and Ann Brown Chair in Organization Studies at York University, co-authored an article in The Conversation Feb. 19. Read full story.
Federal task force co-chair advised on COVID vaccine despite possible conflict of interest
York University Professor Emeritus Joel Lexchin was quoted in the National Post Feb. 20. Read full story.
University pension plans engaging investees on climate change risks
York University was mentioned in Benefits Canada Feb. 19. Read full story.
Investors are increasingly shunning mining companies that violate human rights
York University Professor Emeritus Shin Imai co-authored an article in The Conversation Feb. 22. Read full story.
Why Athletes’ Birthdays Affect Who Goes Pro — And Who Becomes A Star
York University Professor Joe Baker was quoted in FiveThirtyEight Feb. 22. Read full story.
When it comes to long-term care, the personal is political
Pat Armstrong, professor at York University, contributed to the Toronto Star Feb. 22. Read full story.
‘Hamilton Action Days’ was a historic labour protest
York University Professor Emeritus Craig Heron was quoted in the Hamilton Spectator Feb. 22. Read full story.
Ottawa had a better way to deal with ineligible CERB recipients instead of universal relief for repayments
Aman Mawani, Schulich School of Business associate professor and director, Health Industry Management Program, contributed to the Globe and Mail Feb. 22. Read full story.
Indigenous lawyer panel inspires the next generation lawyers
Osgoode Hall Law School was mentioned in Anishinabek News Feb. 22. Read full story.