'Welcoming YU Back' to campus

“Welcoming YU Back” is the inaugural special issue that will communicate the many ways in which staff and faculty working on York University’s COVID-19 pandemic response will be sharing what they know and what they are working towards as the University community prepares for a return to campus.

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We need to focus on the problem of crowding, not density, in our cities. Click here for more York U in the news

An op-ed co-written by York University Professor Valerie Preston was published in Policy Options June 22. Read full story. Maplewood Estates development taxes might not pay for services; council to receive report York University Professor Laura Taylor was quoted in CBC News June 22. Read full story. Canada’s museums are slowly starting to return Indigenous artifacts York University adjunct Professor Sara Angel was quoted in Maclean’s June 22. Read full story. How Canada turned its Covid-19 vaccination programme around York University Professor Emeritus Joel Lexchin was quoted in the National

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Then and now: The teams that keep York safe

Over the past year, York University has continued to operate safely. Maintaining operations in a fast-moving pandemic is no easy task. It requires careful monitoring of safety requirements, a great deal of logistical planning and professional dedication.

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The top 12 ways York is 'Welcoming YU Back' 

With more in-person learning expected on campus this fall, the University is getting ready to welcome students, faculty and staff back safely. Enhanced cleaning procedures, mandatory face coverings or masks, physical distancing and plexiglass barriers, and touchless building entrances are just some of the preparations outlined on this comprehensive list.

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Passings: University Professor Emeritus Stuart G. Robbins

University Professor Emeritus Stuart G. Robbins died on Tuesday, June 8 in Calgary. He was an avid crusader for the importance of sport and recreation in the development of young minds and contributed to the advancement of the Department of Physical Education at York University as it evolved into one of the top kinesiology programs in the country.

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