Is sustainable design done differently down under? A York professor’s Ecological Design students had a chance to find out this year, thanks to a globally networked learning collaboration with two Australian universities.
A York University assistant professor of nursing merges her knowledge of nursing with directing the development of video simulation games to provide students with the critical practical skills they were not able to get in person during the pandemic.
Beginning in the Fall 2022 term, faculty members will be able to code their courses with “HYFX” to indicate hyflex mode, meaning that students can take the course either in person or remotely – or both, depending on the day’s demands on their schedules.
Teaching and Learning Librarian, Scott McLaren, who is also a cultural historian and the co-editor of the Historical Papers of the Canadian Society of Church History, presented a compelling paper on the charismatic Methodist Preacher, Lorenzo Dow, at the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences
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AWARDS & RECOGNITION
Alectra Inc. and York University’s Faculty of Environmental and Urban Change announce the establishment of the Alectra Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Undergraduate Awards to provide scholarship opportunities for Black and Indigenous students accepted into an EUC undergraduate program.
The York University Indigenous Research Seed Fund provides emerging and established Indigenous scholars with funding to support research that advances excellence in Indigenous knowledge, languages, and ways of knowing and being.
The York community celebrates Vincci Li for being named one of the final five best “storytellers” in a national competition held by the Social Sciences & Humanities Research Council of Canada.
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York University students, staff, faculty and alumni are invited to share their artistic expressions of positive change, for a chance to have their artwork featured in a community art project at Markham Campus.