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Alumni Matters – July 2013

How soon is too soon?

Sports players and others at risk

Young sports players, construction workers and others who suffer concussions may be at risk of being declared fit for regular duties too soon and could be at heightened risk of re-injuring themselves or others because their cognitive and mobility skills aren't tested together. » More

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Alumni leading the way to record fundraising success

More than 47,000 alumni got involved with their alma mater last year – supporting the university through donations, attending lectures or networking events, mentoring students, serving on committees and boards, and volunteering their time to help York become ever more impactful in our community and our world.
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Leaders in business make York proud

Four alumni share a desire to be among the very best in their chosen fields. York's Schulich School of Business and the Schulich Global Alumni Network present Alumni Recognition Awards to accomplished members of the Schulich community.
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Higher spring temperatures place songbirds at risk

A mismatch between the departure schedules of songbirds and higher spring temperatures at their breeding sites is putting them at risk, according to a new study out of York University. [Photo Courtesy of OakleyOriginals/Flickr.com.]
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York President Mamdouh Shoukri, alumni Michael Tulloch and Winnie Wong receive 2013 RBC Top Canadian Immigrant awards

York University President & Vice-Chancellor Mamdouh Shoukri has been named a recipient of a 2013 RBC Top Canadian Immigrant award, presented by Canadian Immigrant Magazine.
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Top grad is ready to realize her dream of becoming a child psychologist

As a first grade teacher, Naomi Greenwald says she saw a need for a clinical child psychologist. In response to that need, Greenwald decided to pursue a bachelor's degree in psychology at York University so that she could learn how to help children in her community.
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The importance of education

York alumnus Gregory Sorbara was awarded an honorary doctorate at York University on June 11, 2013. In this video, he shares his thoughts on the importance of education.

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