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.
The recently launched “Retooling Black Anxiety” project at York University looks to examine increased anxiety among Black youth and families who have had encounters with the criminal justice system (CJS).
Alice Pitt, a long-serving member of the York community with demonstrated leadership and advocacy for accessible post-secondary education, will step into the role April 1.
A new bursary award for York University’s Markham Campus students will honour the contributions and legacy of Professor Alice Pitt who currently serves as senior advisor, Markham Academic Strategic Planning.
Professor Susan Dion amongst faculty members to receive 2022 President’s University-Wide Teaching Awards
Five individuals who have considerably enhanced the quality of learning for York students are recipients of the 2022 President’s University-wide Teaching
Oyemolade Osibodu, an assistant professor in the Faculty of Education at York University, conducted a pilot study to help her understand the mathematics experiences of Black youth in Greater Toronto Area (GTA) high schools and the results confirmed a lack of diversity in mathematics educators.
A number of our faculty members and graduate students will be presenting sessions at CSSE 2017 May 28 - June 2, 2017 at Ryerson University, Toronto. The full conference program is available on the CSSE 2017 website. SUNDAY, MAY 28, 2017 8:15 – 9:30am Sam Gardner Framing professional learning: Situative or rationalist theoretical perspectives? […]