York U in the news: right-wing populism, employee well-being and more

Trump’s Iowa win is just a small part of soaring right-wing populism in 2024
An op-ed co-written by York University Professor Emeritus Daniel Drache was published in the Conversation Jan. 16.

Renewing campus civility in illiberal times
An op-ed by Paul Axelrod, York University professor emeritus and former dean of the Faculty of Education, was published in the Globe and Mail Jan. 13.

Beverley McLachlin’s disdain for the rule of law
An op-ed by York University Professor Agnes Whitfield was published in Law360 Canada Jan. 17.

Well-being: Focusing on the work, not just the worker
York University Professor Duygu Biricik Gulseren was quoted in Canadian HR Reporter Jan. 17.

The ‘peekaboo campaign’ the Liberals hoped would return them to power
York University Professor Fred Fletcher was quoted on cbc.ca Jan. 18.

How to maximize the benefits of exercise for Type 1 diabetes
York University Professor Michael Riddell was quoted in WebMD Jan. 17

Michelle Good, Dan Werb and Christina Sharpe to judge 2024 CBC Nonfiction Prize
York University Professor Christina Sharpe was mentioned on cbc.ca Jan. 17.

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