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Indigenous Voices, Indigenous Youth "And Social Justice for All" Symposium photo/illustration

Indigenous Youth, Indigenous Voices symposium is Department of Equity Studies' annual public event

  On Wednesday, April 26, high school students and community members, along with York undergrads, faculty, and staff, will gather at Vanier College to learn about one of Canada’s fastest growing demographics: Indigenous youth. "Indigenous Youth, Indigenous Voices" will highlight issues of relevance to young Indigenous people in contemporary Canadian society and examine how all […]

York Research Award Celebration 2017 photo of crowd

York University's Research Leaders' Gala recognizes high-calibre, world-leading research

  The York Research Leaders’ Gala, a star-studded annual event in the research community, showcases York’s talent by acknowledging researchers and academics who have won major awards, received large grants, made scholarly contributions in the form of published books or achieved research breakthroughs in the previous calendar year – 2016, in this case. This year, […]

Historical painting illustrating discussions on Confederation in 1867

York partners with UToronto on research to examine the study of Confederation

  A collaborative initiative undertaken by York University and the University of Toronto surveyed 3,500 political scientists and historians on how Confederation is studied, and how it should be considered moving forward. The survey, undertaken in the spring of 2016 by York Professors Lesley Jacobs, Jacqueline Krikorian and Marcel Martel, along with University of Toronto Professors David Cameron and […]