Following the senseless and tragic act of terrorism in New Zealand there has been heightened concern in society in general around acts of hate and the need for respect and inclusiveness. York University draws great strength from our diverse and inclusive community. We are guided by our values as an institution of higher education committed to intellectual integrity, freedom of inquiry, freedom of expression, equal rights and dignity for everyone. Members are expected to conduct themselves in a way that promotes an atmosphere of civility, equity and respect in their interactions with others.
Following the recent call for graduate/professional student nominations to the Board of Governors, three graduate/professional student nominees will be running for this position. Voting opens March 25 and closes April 3.
New research from York University looks at rising mercury levels in predatory fish in Ontario and tries to untangle the web of causation to better assess how changing environments are impacting wildlife and, ultimately, people consuming fish.