A new 10-week program developed with support from the Academic Innovation Fund is addressing the unique needs of mature students.Read more
The Swim to Survive program is teaching new Canadians how to survive should they fall into deep water. The eight-week session in drown proofing is offered free to families in the Black Creek and Jane/Finch communities through support from the Academic Innovation Fund.Read more
A virtual resource comprised of videos and instructional clips is being created to help students with disabilities learn about the many support services that are available for them at York University.Read more
An article published in the Friday, Jan. 25 edition of the Toronto Star failed to report two central issues in the University’s case against former York employee Michael Markicevic.Read more
The issue features a collection of stories and videos that showcase the work being done by faculty, staff and students at York University to enhance teaching and learning and the student experience.Read more
The fair features vendors selling fair trade coffee, chocolate and handcrafted items. The event is for all students, faculty and staff to learn more about York’s fair trade products and initiatives.Read more
The York University Lions men’s volleyball team earned a hard-fought victory over the Western University Mustangs on Saturday night, defeating them by a final score of 3-1 at the Tait McKenzie Centre.
The annual Live-in For Literacy campaign saw several York students camping at the University to raise awareness and funds to build libraries and schools in developing countries.
The meeting provides an opportunity for York’s faculty, staff and students to learn more about the council’s work, mandate and membership.Read more
Schulich will celebrate the research achievements and interests of its faculty and will present the inaugural Dean’s Research Impact Award Jan. 30 at the Seymour Schulich Building.