Funding and Award News

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Kenneth McRobertsFormer Glendon Principal receives prestigious award from the French Republic

Professor and former Principal Kenneth McRoberts has been appointed to the rank of Knight to France’s National Order of Merit. Read the full article »


1-Roberto PerinGlendon announces its recipient for the 2016 Principal’s Research Excellence Award

Glendon History professor Roberto Perin has been honoured with the 2016 Principal’s Research Excellence Award. Learn more »

In the Media

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La quête du partenaire idéal, selon des célibataires et des experts

How do dating sites influence our relationships? Stéphane Couture, an assistant professor of communications at Glendon, is among other experts to weigh in on this question. Read article here

Battle Lines drawn in Nunavut on language; Inuktut in School

‘English is probably the language in most Nunavut homes now,’ says Glendon Professor Ian Martin.  Read the full interview here

Glendon Professor Marie-Hélène Larochelle’s new novel earns a rare review in Le Devoir

Marie-Hélène Larochelle’s first novel tells the nightmare of an adoption. Read article here

Professor Ian Martin talks about the lack of planning for Inuit staff in Education Act. 

Read the full interview here >>

Glendon endorses historic Truth & Reconciliation Declaration on Indigenous Language Policy

On January 27, Glendon’s Faculty Council voted unanimously to “endorse and adopt the principles” of the Glendon Declaration. Read more here »

Glendon civil liberties prof and lawyer Michael Barutciski’s Op-Ed is published in the Globe and Mail

Professor Barutciski weighs in on ambitious plans to increase the number of immigrants admitted to Canada, and the challenges faced while resettling and reintegrating refugees: Read full article here »

Christina Clark-Kazak“Glendon International Studies Professor Christina Clark-Kazak, also Acting Director of the Centre for Refugee Studies, discusses refugees on The Agenda with Steve Paikin.”

Research News

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Religion and International Relations Section Book Award

The book Religious Activism in the Global Economy: Promoting, Reforming, or Resisting Neoliberal Globalization, edited by Glendon International Studies instructor, Sabine Dreher and Peter J. Smith, Professor of Political Science at Athabasca University has received Honorable Mention. Learn more about the book here»

Open Your Mind: A Q&A with Glendon psychology researcher Timothy Moore

Serving 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 full interview here »

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

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 full interview here »


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

The spotlight is on Francis Garon, associate professor in the Department of Political Science, and the School of Public and International Affairs at Glendon. Garon has focused his research interests on deliberative democracy, public policy, and immigration and integration issuesRead full interview here »

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Open Your Mind: A Q&A with Igor Djordjevic, English studies professor at Glendon

Professor Djordjevic is among York University professors who champion fresh ways of thinking in their research and teaching practice. Read the full interview »