Glendon Professor Emerita Margarita Feliciano awarded one of Argentina’s most prestigious honours

Margarita Feliciano Professor Emerita Margarita Feliciano was decorated to the Rank of Officer of the Order of May on the occasion of Argentina’s National Day celebration. Find out more »

Glendon Principal Donald Ipperciel awarded France’s Order of Academic Palms

Donald Ipperciel with Marc TrouyetOne of France’s highest honours was recently bestowed upon the Principal of the Glendon Campus, Donald Ipperciel. To find out more »

Internationally recognized vision researcher joins Glendon Psychology Department

Patrick Cavanagh Glendon welcomes world-renowned vision scientist, Dr. Patrick Cavanagh, to its campus as Senior Research Fellow in the Department of Psychology. For the full story »

Professor Véronique Tomaszewski honoured with teaching award at the Glendon Convocation

Véronique TomaszewskiSociologist Véronique Tomaszewski received the President’s University-Wide Teaching Award in the Contract and Adjunct Faculty category at the Glendon Convocation on June 24. Read more»

Glendon announces the recipients of the 2017 Principal’s Research Excellence Awards; Valérie Schoof and Swann Paradis

Centre of Excellence Professor Schoof from Glendon’s new Biology program has received the award in the early-career category and French Studies Professor Paradis has been selected in the established scholar category. Read more »

Glendon adds a new Entrepreneurial Skills Passport to the recently introduced bilingual GENIAL Program

Angelo Dossou-Yovo Part of an extracurricular program in entrepreneurship, the Passport provides students with an opportunity to take part in a series of workshops focused on developing core entrepreneurial skills. To find out more »

Congratulations to Glendon’s graduating class of 2017 and thank you Dr. Shoukri!

Take a look inside this years’ convocation with touching moments from the graduates, their guests and the last ceremony with Dr. Shoukri as York University President. Watch the Video »

Glendon’s Professor Anne Russon honoured with the 2017 President’s Research Excellence Award

Anne RussonProfessor Anne Russon, from Glendon’s Department of Psychology was presented with the award on April 4 at the York Research Leaders’ Gala, a star-studded annual event in the research community. Read more

Glendon’s Professor Andrew Dawson awarded Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation Grant

Andrew DawsonThe Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation will fund Andrew Dawson’s project, which compares historical homicide rate trajectories in Canada and the United States. Read more

Glendon takes third place at the 12th annual Translation Games

The Glendon Translation Games 2017 teamCompeting against undergraduate Translation programs from across Canada, Glendon’s School of Translation had its best performance ever at the 12th annual Translation Games in Montreal. Read the full story here

Glendon students win second prize in the TLN / CERLAC 2016 competition

TLN 2016 Student Winners Thomas and YurikoTwo narrative works by fourth-year Glendon students Yuriko Matayoshi Franco and Thomas Stratan both won second prize in the CERLAC 2016 essay competition. Read more

Glendon endorses historic Truth & Reconciliation Declaration on Indigenous Language Policy

Truth & Reconciliation DeclarationOn January 27, Glendon’s Faculty Council voted unanimously to “endorse and adopt the principles” of the Glendon Declaration. Read more

Open Your Mind: A conversation with Tim Moore, psychology professor at Glendon

Open Your MindServing as a consultant or expert witness in many criminal trials in Canada and the U.S., Professor Moore covers issues related to memory, police investigative practices and interrogations. Read more

Steve Paikin, host of TVO’s The Agenda discusses his latest book at Glendon on April 4

Steve PaikinJoin Steve Paikin for a talk on his book about one of Ontario’s most important premiers, Bill Davis: Nation Builder, and Not So Bland After All.  Read more

The Honourable Bill Graham speaking at Glendon on March 14

As the featured speaker of this year’s Annual Jean-Gabriel Castel Lecture on International Law and International Organizations, the Honourable Bill Graham will be discussing “International Law:  A Political Perspective”.  Read more

 

Glendon Biology professor publishes new book on non-native species

Professor Radu GuiasuRadu Guiasu’s book entitled Non-native species and their role in the environment: The need for a broader perspective challenges the prevailing negative attitudes against such species. Read more

 
 

Two Glendon professors honoured for their dedication to engaging and inspiring students

Faculty Glendon Teaching Excellence Awardsmembers Audrey Pyée and Jennifer Sipos-Smith are the recipients of this year’s Principal’s Teaching Excellence Awards. Read more

 
 

Bilingual citizenship ceremony at Glendon unique lesson for students

Students taking a course on Canadian citizenship at York University’s Glendon College were given a unique experiential education opportunity on Nov. 3, when they met with about 65 new Canadians an hour before they officially received their Canadian citizenship. Read more

 

A new take on peer mentorship: Glendonites poised for success

Over the past several years, Glendon’s peer mentorship program has grown to become a key opportunity for connection between new Glendonites with strong upper-year students to acquaint them with the curricula, classrooms, and the campus as a whole. Read more

 

Glendon Welcomes 10 New Faculty Members

“These professors are breathing new life into Glendon and we can feel an exciting dynamism and energy permeating all our activities. What a great way to celebrate Glendon’s 50th anniversary.” – Principal Donald Ipperciel Read more

 

Canadian Studies professor Colin Coates adds two collections to growing literature on environmental history

Environmental history is a burgeoning field in Canada, and within the space of five months, Professor Colin Coates has added two works to the growing literature. Read more

 
 

Professor Swann Paradis wins SSHRC Insight Grants for his research combining literature and sciences

His fascinating research project seeks to shed light on relationships between French and Dutch naturalists at the turn of the 18th and 19th centuries. Read more

 

Primatologist Valerie Schoof awarded NSERC grant for research on vervet monkeys

A primate behavioural ecologist in Glendon’s bilingual biology program, Dr. Schoof specializes in the ecological, social, and physiological factors that influence—and are influenced by—social dominance in male primates. Her research program, now partially funded through a grant from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada, focuses on the behavioural and life history of wild vervet monkeys. Read more

Professor Roberto Perin wins the 2016 Principal’s Research Excellence Award

Professor Roberto Perin has been honoured with the 2016 Principal’s Research Excellence Award, given annually to recognize full-time faculty members who have made an outstanding contribution to research in the last three years. Read more

 

D-TEIL program celebrates 10 years of international teaching practicum in Cuba

Every two years since 2006, the Glendon class GL/EN 4696 has visited the Faculty of Foreign Languages of E.J. Varona University of Pedagogical Sciences in Havana, Cuba to conduct its three-week international teaching practicum. Read more

 

Open Your Mind: A Q&A With Refugee and Migration Researcher Christina Clark-Kazak

Appearing at regular intervals in YFile, Open Your Mind is a series of articles offering insight into the different ways York University researchers champion fresh ways of thinking in teaching and research excellence.Today, the spotlight is on Christina Clark-Kazak, acting director of the Centre for Refugee Studies and associate principal, research and graduate studies at Glendon. Read more

 

Former Glendon Principal Kenneth McRoberts receives prestigious award from the French Republic

Professor Kenneth McRoberts, former Principal of York University’s Glendon Campus, has been appointed to France’s National Order of Merit. Read more

 

 

Open Your Mind: A Q&A with Glendon’s Igor Djordjevic, professor in the Department of English

Appearing at regular intervals in YFile, Open Your Mind is a series of articles offering insight into the different ways York University professors, researchers and graduate students champion fresh ways of thinking in their research and teaching practice. Today, the spotlight is on Igor Djordjevic, a professor and researcher in the Department of English at Glendon. Read more

 

Historic announcement at York University’s Glendon Campus during the 2016 Toronto Francophonie Forum

The Ontario government has granted York University partial designation under the French Language Services Act, which designates the Glendon Campus as a French-language service provider. This partial designation formalizes the university’s commitment to provide francophone and bilingual education now and into the future. Read more

 

Open Your Mind: A Q&A with Francis Garon, political science professor at Glendon

francis garon

Appearing at regular intervals in YFile, Open Your Mind is a series of articles offering insight into the different ways York University professors, researchers and graduate students champion fresh ways of thinking in their research and teaching practice. Their approach, grounded in a desire to seek the unexpected, is charting a new course for future generations. Today, the spotlight is on Francis Garon, associate professor in the Department of Political Science, and the School of Public and International Affairs at Glendon. Read more

 

Fourth-year student Tetyana Klimova awarded Killam Fellowship

Tetyana Klimova

Fulbright Canada has awarded fourth-year Glendon student Tetyana Klimova with a prestigious Killam Fellowship, funding a semester-long exchange to the University of Washington, which she started earlier this month.Read more

 

 

Prestigious award announced for Professor Gerald Young

The Traumatic Stress Section of the Canadian Psychological Association (CPA) has accepted and approved Young’s nomination for its Lifetime Achievement Award – the highest level of achievement in the field. Read more

 

 

Glendon Psychologist elected Fellow of the American Psychological Association

With over 100,000 members, the APA appointed Dr. Young along with 112 other scholars in 2015. Fellow status is a special distinction bestowed upon an APA member for their outstanding and unusual contributions in the field of psychology. Read more

 

 

Professor Stanislav Kirschbaum Awarded One of France’s Most Prestigious Honours

On June 25 2015, Professor Stanislav J. Kirschbaum, the chairman of the International Studies department, was officially promoted to the rank of Officer in the Order of Academic Palms by the Consul General of France, Mr. Jean-François Casabonne Masonnave.Read more