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In the media - Education professor weighs in on the legality of the Safer Communities and Neighbourhoods (SCAN) Act
Stephen Gaetz, a York University professor and president of the Canadian Observatory on Homelessness who was called as an expert witness, outlined the circumstances that can cause someone to become unhoused, including evictions.
On Nov. 21, from 6 to 7:30 p.m., the Faculty of Education Public Research Series will feature Stephen Gaetz, a Faculty professor and York University Research Chair in Homelessness and Research Impact, who will explore the role social innovation can have in inspiring change in the response to youth homelessness in Canada.
Faculty of Education alumna Kyo Maclear (PhD '18) has been awarded the 2023 Governor General's Literary Prize for non-fiction.
The $1.5 million federal contribution represents a major milestone for the endowed Chair – now fully funded with more than $3 million, thanks in large part to many years of dedicated grassroots fundraising efforts led by Augustine, supported by her devoted network, and backed by matching funds provided by the University.
Global report shows most deaf people with cochlear implants satisfied, but more follow-up supports needed
A global survey put out by York University’s Faculty of Education and the Cochlear Implant International Community of Action (CIICA), a user advocacy organization, shows that most deaf and deafened adults who have cochlear implants are satisfied with them, but significantly more follow-up and lifelong supports are needed.
The Planetary Health for a Planetary Emergency symposium aims to bring together scholars from the Dahdaleh Institute for Global Health Research and across York University who work at the intersection of climate change and health, to discuss the potentials of planetary health as a driver of just climate action.
Community is at the heart of education. What and how students learn directly reflects our communities and the many societal factors that play a role in the individual and collective learning experience. As a nurturing ground for future educational leaders, the Faculty of Education at York University recognizes this profound role that the community plays. By creating […]
Associate Professor Nombuso Dlamini was one of four York University researchers who received a Connection Grants from the Social Sciences & Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC).
Associate professor Roopa Desai Trilokekar, weighs in on the Canada-India diplomatic relations. PM Justin Trudeau announced that the Canadian government was investigating “credible accusations” of a link between India’s government and the assassination of Hardeep Singh Nijjar. In response to these allegations, the Indian government stopped processing visa applications for Canadian citizens.