York U in the news: historians tackle Shakespeare, global crisis leadership research and more

The Canadian government’s poor track record on public consultations undermines its ability to regulate new technologies
An op-ed co-written by York University Professor Natasha Tusikov was published in the Conversation Aug. 16.

Historians and literary scholars tackle the Shakespeare authorship question
York University Professor Emeritus Don Rubin was quoted on phys.org Aug. 16.

Global crisis leadership research earns Article of the Year recognition
Abi Sriharan, an adjunct professor, research director and senior scientist at the Krembil Centre for Health Management and Leadership at York University, was featured in Education News Canada Aug. 18.

New website lists resources to address student food insecurity
Nona Robinson, vice-provost students at York University, was quoted in Education News Canada Aug. 18.

Bonnie Crombie running a risk with developer campaign donations, experts say
Robert MacDermid, a professor of political science at York University, was mentioned in CambridgeToday.ca Aug. 17.

Columns/Blogs Corporate Social Responsibility Online outrage can benefit brands that take stances on social issues
Theo Noseworthy and Peter Darke, professors of Marketing at York University were quoted in Talent Canada Aug. 17.

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