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Prof. Carlo Fanelli quoted in The Globe & Mail, 27 May 2021

Prof. Carlo Fanelli quoted in The Globe & Mail, 27 May 2021

Professor Fanelli is quoted in John Ibbitson's Opinion piece "A golden opportunity awaits the public service sector post-pandemic." From the article linked above: Carlo Fanelli, who co-ordinates the Work and Labour Studies Program at York University, is surveying attitudes to the pandemic within the Ontario public sector workforce. Preliminary results suggest employees fear burnout from […]

URST Prof. Douglas Young talks with yFile about the future of post-pandemic cities

URST Prof. Douglas Young talks with yFile about the future of post-pandemic cities

The future of cities in the wake of the pandemic: What will change? What should change? In late spring 2020, the premier of Ontario, alongside the mayor of Toronto, lifted the first COVID-19 lockdown in this city. Stores re-opened, restaurants re-gained some business via patio dining. The warm weather spurred Torontonians, tired of being cooped […]

Bilingual webinars online about the role of the pandemic in the world of work

Bilingual webinars online about the role of the pandemic in the world of work

Dear Members of the scientific community, The Covid-19 pandemic has been the source of questions and uncertainties since last spring. It is in this context that the Work Manifesto was born, a collective work articulated around three axes: democratize the firm, decommodify work and environmental remediation. Written by three researchers, Isabelle Ferreras, Dominique Méda and […]

LA&PS - The Learning Curve: Law & Society Prof. Tyler Totten

LA&PS - The Learning Curve: Law & Society Prof. Tyler Totten

The Learning Curve: Professor Tyler Totten POSTED ON 17 NOVEMBER 2020 From YouTube-hosted lectures to gamifying the classroom, The Learning Curve is a series showcasing how professors in the Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies are embracing the online learning environment with creative approaches to teaching remotely.  We open the series with Tyler Totten, an Assistant Professor in the Department of Social Science’s Law & Society program. Totten shares how he’s using […]