Improving vaccination rates and forecasts from the Ontario COVID-19 Science Advisory Table provide a level of assurance that will allow the planned full return to on-campus activities for the Winter 2022 term.
A collection of photos by Filipina nurses, personal support workers and in-home caregivers that capture everyday moments of struggle, while caring for the most vulnerable during the pandemic, will be on display at A Space Gallery in downtown Toronto starting Oct. 20.
In their study, York Professors Eric Tucker (Osgoode) and Leah Vosko (Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies) recommend that workers be eligible for 15 days of paid leave so that they can cover both sickness and caregiving needs.
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TEACHING & LEARNING
The students were taking part in the University’s innovative Cross Campus Capstone Classroom (C4) learning opportunity. Fifty undergraduate students developed solutions to help Scarborough residents make the best use of community spaces.
As captured in the newly released Maclean’s 2022 University Rankings, York has been successful in advancing our vision to provide a high-quality education at a research-intensive university informed by a clear set of core values. The rankings highlight solid progress in several important areas, including an impressive sixth-place ranking against all other comprehensive universities in Canada for the second consecutive year.
On Oct. 19, UBC Professor Jaclyn Stewart will discuss strategies to foster social connection. learning motivation and perceptions of learning in classroom settings.
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York in Focus
The new organized research unit will focus on Indigenous and decolonizing scholarship and will be led by Deborah McGregor, an associate professor at York and the Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Environmental Justice at Osgoode Hall Law School.