York U, partners receive $15 million in federal funds to build health technologies

York University and Southlake Regional Health Centre, together with the University Health Network (UHN), will work to develop new technologies to improve the health of Canadians using a $15 million investment from the Government of Canada. It’s important for universities, health-care providers, the business community and government to work together. That’s how we will come […]

York U MES student recognized by City of Boston

York MES student Michael Joseph received a special invitation by Boston City Hall to deliver his presentation “EnviroPan: The Black History of Steelpan” during Caribbean American Heritage Month. During his visit in late June, Joseph was also awarded the prestigious Boston Certificate of Recognition. “The citation is in appreciation for my service and contribution to […]

Psychology Grad Students Collaborate to Assist Refugees

A group of graduate students in clinical developmental psychology at York University united recently to serve a common cause: to ensure a welcoming environment for incoming refugees. Coming from similar academic backgrounds and having extensive experiences in community settings serving children, youth and families, this group of students created the Psychology Graduate Student (PGS) Refugee […]