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Academic Integrity Awareness Week (Aug 29 – Sept 1)

Academic Integrity Awareness Week (Aug 29 – Sept 1)

Please join us for the Second Annual Faculty of Science Academic Integrity Awareness Week. We would like to invite Faculty, Instructors, and Staff to a week of highlighting people, workshops, and support to showcase academic integrity and learning in the Faculty of Science at York. The focus of this year’s academic integrity week is increasing awareness. […]

Summer 2022 Undergraduate Research Conference

Summer 2022 Undergraduate Research Conference

On August 18, 2022, the Faculty of Science will host the annual Summer Undergraduate Research Conference. The conference is an opportunity for recipients of NSERC Undergraduate Summer Research Awards (USRA), Dean’s Undergraduate Research Awards (DURA), and York Science Scholars Awards (YSSA) to present their summer research and to meet other awardees. For full details, visit […]

OMNI Distinguished Lecture Series on Modelling of Infectious Diseases

OMNI Distinguished Lecture Series on Modelling of Infectious Diseases

You are invited to join OMNI-RÉUNIS’ second lecture as part of our Distinguished Lecture Series of 2022! We’ve invited Dr. Matt Keeling to present on “COVID-19 in the UK: Data, Models, Projections and Policy.”  Register here: https://yorku.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJIlce2srDMqEtCoyaUUo1LuQcoxRSFt84JY — OMNI-REUNIS 2022 Distinguished Lecture Series Title: COVID-19 in the UK: Data, Models, Projections and Policy Speaker: Dr. […]

Scholars’ Hub @ Home | Bee the Change

Scholars’ Hub @ Home | Bee the Change

Sheila Colla, Associate Professor, York Research Chair (Tier 2) in Interdisciplinary Conversation Science, Faculty of Environmental and Urban Change Amro Zayed, York Research Chair in Genomics and Professor, Department of Biology, Faculty of Science Just ahead of World Bee Day on May 20, tune in to hear more about the status of pollinators here in […]

2022 Spring Convocation

2022 Spring Convocation

Taking part in your convocation ceremony is a memorable occasion and we strongly encourage all graduating students to attend and celebrate this milestone with family and friends. For more information and the full ceremony schedule, please visit the Convocation website.

Alumni Graduation Ceremonies

Alumni Graduation Ceremonies

We are looking forward to welcoming all graduates from 2020 and 2021 back to campus and holding in-person alumni ceremonies to celebrate their graduation. To view the full ceremony schedule, please visit the Convocation website.

“How to Do Big Science”

“How to Do Big Science”

York Professor Deborah Harris will give a public lecture online as part three in the series hosted by Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, “How to Do Big Science.” The lecture is entitled “MINERvA:  I can’t believe we built the whole thing.” The lecture is free. To join the lecture, please visit, https://events.fnal.gov/arts-lecture-series/events/event/how-to-do-big-science-part-3-build-it-virtual-debbie-harris/

Newly Admitted: The Transfer Process with the Faculty of Science

Newly Admitted: The Transfer Process with the Faculty of Science

Are you a new transfer student in the Faculty of Science for Fall 2022? If yes, this session is for you! Attend and learn how to dissect the transfer credit assessment, terminologies used on the assessment, various roles of university staff, how credits are allocated at York depending on your program, how much time you […]

The Mining Bee Family (Andrenidae): Phylogeny, Taxonomy, Diversification and Biogeography

The Mining Bee Family (Andrenidae): Phylogeny, Taxonomy, Diversification and Biogeography

Part of the “Bee Biogeography and Systematics Talks” series hosted by York University’s Centre for Bee Ecology, Evolution, and Conservation, and the Packer Lab. Join Dr. Silas Bossert, Assistant Professor, Washington State University & Dr. Gideon Pisanty, Collection Manager of Hymenoptera, The Steinhardt Museum of Natural History, Tel Aviv University, Israel, as they discuss “The […]

Scholars’ Hub @ Home | Do clear skies mean clean air? Pandemic lockdowns and their influence on air quality

Scholars’ Hub @ Home | Do clear skies mean clean air? Pandemic lockdowns and their influence on air quality

The dramatic impact of pandemic lockdowns on personal behaviours and economies has led to changes in air quality; this provides a unique opportunity to learn about the causes of poor air quality. This talk will describe some of the overall changes observed globally during lockdowns as well as the impacts on highly polluted Indian cities. […]