Flags will be lowered to half-mast to mark National Day of Mourning

York University will mark the National Day of Mourning by lowering the flags on its Keele and Glendon campuses to half-mast from sunrise to sunset on April 28. By lowering its flags to half-mast, York affirms its commitment to the promotion of health and safety for all members of the University community and to the provision of a safe and healthy work and study environment.

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Online survey will help establish York University's carbon emission reduction targets

In November 2017, York University released its institutional Sustainability Strategy with a purpose of communicating and implementing a shared vision. Faculty, staff and students are invited to participate in an online survey on setting carbon emission reduction targets for the University. The input received from the survey will be collated, synthesized and used to develop recommendations that will be sent to President Lenton.

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York launches a virtual assistant for undergraduate students

Lisa Philipps, provost and vice-president academic, and Carol McAulay, vice-president finance and administration, have announced that York has launched a virtual assistant as part of its commitment to enhancing student experience and developing a more student-centred approach. Read more to find out if your Faculty is in the first stage of the roll-out, and learn how to access this new tool.

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