Community-building and collegial gatherings in which faculty members share support, guidance and camaraderie. Organized around various topics, meet-ups are coordinated by the Faculty Affairs office and driven by colleagues' interests and priorities.
York Change Leadership
York Change Leadership (YCL) enables the university's leaders, teams and communities to realize York's potential to be changed and to lead change.
National Center for Faculty Development & Diversity
All York faculty have memberships to the NCFDD. Navigate to “Become a Member”, select York University as your institutional member and register with your @yorku.ca email address.
Resources Across York
Many other York resources are available to support faculty careers from start to finish, in the classroom and in the "lab" (whether an actual laboratory, a studio, an archive, a community centre, a field site…).
The Teaching Commons provides leadership in the pursuit of engaged teaching practices centred on the student learning experience. They create and support equitable spaces for faculty engagement for all who teach at York.
Dedicated to supporting researchers at all levels and in all disciplines, the Research Commons is your gateway towards research excellence.
York University Retirees' Association
The York University Retirees' Association is a voluntary group which represents retired employees from all the employee groups -- faculty, staff and managers -- who wish to maintain contact with the University and each other.
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