GRADitude Speaker Series: Money Matters for New Grads

Take ownership of your finances and your future by joining this session led by Money Matters Founder, Basia Pozin (BBA ’17). In this session, Basia will help you learn basic money management that will help lay the foundation for later life success. In this session, you’ll learn: Tips related to budgeting and savingHow to build

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Scholars' Hub @ Home | A spotlight on relationships and health

Debra J. Pepler, O.C., Ph.D, C.Psych., D.Sc.(Hon), Distinguished Research Professor of Psychology, Faculty of Health We seldom think about relationships as essential to health, but that’s what research is starting to show us. Beginning in infancy, healthy relationships shape healthy physical, mental, and social health – down to the integrity  of DNA in cells. This

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Scholars' Hub @ Home | Expanding the narrative on anti-Chinese stigma during COVID-19: Understanding community complexity and capacity

Dr. Aaida A. Mamuji, Associate Professor, Disaster & Emergency Management Program, School of Administrative Studies, LA&PS Due to the geographic origins of the first major outbreak of COVID-19 in Wuhan, China, there have been reports of Asians around the world experiencing discrimination, xenophobia, or racism. Such reports have been prevalent in Toronto, a global urban

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YUSPPAAN | Bridging the gap between public and private industries

The purpose of the career panel discussion is to provide an opportunity to hear perspectives from working professionals in private and non-profit sector. Speakers will be sharing their career path, leadership programs, learning strategies and how to pivot your career to a new industry. Presented by the York University School of Public Policy and Administration Alumni

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Scholars' Hub @ Home | Memory and decision-making in the time of COVID-19

Dr. Shayna Rosenbaum, Professor, Department of Psychology, Faculty of Health The COVID-19 pandemic has led to an unprecedented global disruption, costing jobs and lives. This talk will focus on applying principles of memory and decision-making from cognitive psychology to understand how the pandemic is affecting decisions about adhering to protective measures until a vaccine or

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