This month's 'Get to know our faculty' profile series features assistant professor Natalia Balyasnikova whose research focuses on a critical analysis of the learning experiences of older adults, particularly a significant demographic in Canada—the older multilingual immigrants.
Fifteen York University researchers have been named new York Research Chairs (YRC), an internal program that mirrors the national Canada Research Chairs (CRC) program which recognizes world-leading researchers in a variety of fields. “The York Research Chair program is an important complement to the Canada Research Chair program to advance our efforts to strengthen research […]
This month's 'Get to know our faculty' profile series features assistant professor Rachel Silver whose interdisciplinary research draws insight from critical development studies; refugee and forced migration studies; and gender, feminist and women’s studies.
This month's 'Get to know our faculty' profile series features assistant professor Molade Osibodu whose current field of research is situated in the sub-field of critical mathematics education and seeks to serve Black (including Sub-Saharan Africans) youth in educational contexts.
This month's 'Get to know our faculty' profile features assistant professor Gabby Moser whose current field of research is visual citizenship, and especially the role photography plays--both in artworks and through everyday objects, such as family snapshots--in shaping who can be seen and recognized as a citizen.
Twenty-six years ago, Practicum Facilitator Anne Schlarp had the opportunity to go back to Ukraine with her late dad and watch him kiss the ground of his childhood home. She had always heard about Ukraine and her family there, but until she met them and saw the country through her father’s eyes, only then did she realize what it was to be Ukrainian.
What is your current field of research? International higher education. On one hand, government-university relations fascinate me. How and why it is that governments invest (or not) in higher education? How and why do they promote “national” interests through international higher education? I am interested in understanding the role, functions and purpose of higher education […]