The documentary Granito: How to Nail a Dictator will screen Jan. 24, followed by a panel discussion on the ability of the film to offer evidence.
A case study published by the Canadian Bureau for International Education explored the benefits of the Faculty’s international program in the context of an overview of options offered by institutions across Canada.Read more
This is the first call for applications for the Paavo and Aino Lukkari Human Rights Award and for the Paavo and Aino Lukkari Human Rights Fellowship through the Centre for Research on Latin America & the Caribbean at York.
Printing Services has launched a new web tool to make it even more convenient for faculty and staff to utilize its campus-wide service.
Vanier College’s 9th annual book sale once again has hundreds of books available in a variety of genres and will run from Jan. 21 to 25 at 152 Founders College and 001 Vanier College.
The York University Lions men’s hockey team, currently in fourth place in the Ontario University Athletics, will play against the Brock Badgers at Canlan Ice Sports Saturday night.
York sociology Prof. Deborah Davidson and bereaved mom Helena Stahls will talk about maternal grief and what mothers need to help assuage that grief at the next Women’s Mental Health and Wellbeing Speaker Series Jan. 23.
Kathryn McPherson is a professor in the Department of History in the Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies, a historian and the former chair of the School of Women’s Studies.
York is launching a new Intranet for employees and to celebrate, there’s a contest to give it a name.Read more
Tal Dehtiar, named one of Fast Company’s Most Creative Business People, will give the first talk in a new joint Sustainable Value Creation Speaker Series Tuesday.