York U in the news: social media psychology, breaks boosting performance and more

25 great reasons to take a break from social media
Jennifer Mills, an associate professor in the Department of Psychology at York University, and Jacqueline Hogue, a PhD student in the department’s clinical program, were featured on MSN Canada May 31.

From Donald Trump to Danielle Smith: 4 ways populists are jeopardizing democracy
Daniel Drache, a professor emeritus in the Department of Politics at York University, was featured in Yahoo! Canada May 31.

York University named as one of the world’s leading universities in the 2023 Times Higher Education Impact Rankings
York University was featured in the National Post June 1.

York ranks among top universities making global impact for positive change
York University was featured in Education News Canada June 2.

Schulich ExecEd Partners With York Regional Police for New Leadership Program
York University’s Schulich ExecEd of the Schulich School of Business was featured in Yahoo! Finance June 1.

Lassonde receives $250,000 bursary from Kenaidan Contracting
Jane Goodyer, the dean of the Lassonde School of Engineering at York University, was featured in Education News Canada June 2.

Mpox outbreak leads to stigmas, blame toward 2SLGBTQIAP+ community
Zahra Movahedi Nia, a postdoctoral researcher at York University, together with Professors Ali Asgary and James Orbinski, were featured in Education News Canada June 2.

How food insecurity affects people’s rights to choose whether or not to have children
Research by Maureen Owino, a PhD candidate in the Faculty of Environmental & Urban Change at York University, was cited in Salon June 2.

Chloe Cooley takes centre stage in NOTL Musem’s latest exhibit
Natasha Henry-Dixon, an assistant professor of African Canadian history at York University, was mentioned on Yahoo! Canada June 2.

Ontario and wildfire season
Eric Kennedy, an associate professor of disaster and emergency management at York University, was featured on CTV News June 2.

Making the Most Productive Use of Work Breaks
Research by Duygu Biricik Gulseren, an assistant professor at the School of Human Resources Management at York University, was cited in NYSSCPA June 1.

See more ways York University is making headlines at News @ York.