Three York Region hospitals will be adding pronouns into their electronic health records in an effort to improve care for LGBTQ2S+ people...
The next gathering of the Learning from and with Indigenous Community Members Book Club will take place online during National Indigenous History Month on Tuesday, June 14 from 5:30 to 7 p.m.
York University will honour Faculty of Education Professor Sharon Murphy for her outstanding research contributions to the University with a 2022 University Professorship. It will be recognized and celebrated during Spring Convocation. A University Professor is a member of faculty recognized for extraordinary participation and contribution to university life, as well as scholarship and teaching success. […]
Annette Henry, a professor of language and literacy education at the University of British Columbia, knows Black students in Canada feel...
Robert Savage, a professor and Dean of the Faculty of Education at York University, is one of the contributors on a reading intervention program led by University of Alberta researcher, George Georgiou.
The Dean Ron Owston Award was created to provide financial support to students enrolled in the Faculty of Education’s Bachelor of Arts (BA) Educational Studies and Master of Leadership and Community Engagement (MLCE) programs.
A number of our faculty and graduate students will be presenting the following sessions at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) 2022 annual meeting April 21 - 26, 2022.
The 30 outstanding graduates, including humanitarian Farkhunda Muhtaj, are working to right the future in a variety of fields and highlight the many career and life paths made possible with a York degree.
Of all philosophers, only a woman speaks out decisively against tyranny, totalitarianism and war. Hannah Arendt advanced reading, studying, writing, and speaking of world events to develop a discerning form of political philosophical judgment. Witness is critical to Arendt's engagement of current and political events.
The Conversation - ‘Vertical school’ in a Toronto condo raises questions about public-private education partnerships
Ontario’s government announced in January that it was partnering with the Toronto District School Board (TDSB) and Menkes Development to build the province’s first public school in a condominium at Toronto’s downtown waterfront. Such schools in mid-rise or high-rise buildings in den