Mark Terry receives Order of Vaughan

Mark Terry receives the Order of Vaughan

Mark Terry, a York University graduate, a faculty member with the Faculty of Environmental and Urban Change, and a research Fellow with the Dahdahleh Institute for Global Health Research, is a recipient of the 2021 Order of Vaughan.
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New tool provides more ways to assess distress

A new Anti-Mattering Scale (AMS) developed by York University provides clinicians with another tool to assess the tendency of certain people to experience a profound sense of not mattering to others.
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Michael Greyeyes

Theatre Professor Michael Greyeyes presents Terry Talks

Launching Jan. 10, Michael Greyeyes, associate professor in the Department of Theatre, will host a virtual four-part series titled Terry Talks: Michael Greyeyes Dishes on Hollywood and the Art of Make-Believe.
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Notice to the community: Revised winter travel directives


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Christmas spirit and the role of ‘feel-good’ hormones

What drives the spirit of the season and spread of goodwill during the holidays? There's an answer backed by science and Professor Myriam Mongrain explains.
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Feeling some holiday stress? Here’s how to manage it

Trying to manage the stress of the holiday season can be overwhelming, but there are ways to stay grounded and calm. York University Professor Harvey Skinner shares some of his stress-busting tips.
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Holiday reading list highlights CanLit stars

Organizers of York University's acclaimed Canadian Writers in Person series offer their suggestions for books to read during the holiday break (and beyond). The list includes 25 books curated from the popular series.
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Five ways to make the holiday season sustainable 

This holiday season, the Office of Sustainability encourages York community members to make sustainable changes that contribute to the overall well-being of the planet.
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Dasantila Golemi-Kotra

Associate Professor Dasantila Golemi-Kotra explains Omicron, the first COVID-19 variant to have been upgraded to a variant of concern by the World Health Organization

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Book published in memory of Professor Leo Panitch

A new scholarly book titled State Transformations: Classes, Strategy, Socialism was recently published in the late Leo Panitch’s memory by Professor Greg Albo and former doctoral students Stephen Maher and Alan Zuege.
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Unionization, collective agreements offer positive influence on health outcomes

A new paper out of York University argues that health promoters should consider the role of unionization and collective agreements when examining the social determinants of health.
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January 11, 2022

10 to 10:45 a.m.

Mindful Meditation

January 12, 2022

11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Sensorium Lunchtime Seminar Series: Dr. Joel Ong


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