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Ten individuals with connections to York University appointed to the Order of Canada

York University honorary governor Helen Vari (LLD [Hons.] ’03), honorary degree recipients Lloyd Axworthy (LLD [Hons.] ’15), Jack Cockwell (LLD [Hons.] ’01), Wade Davis (LLD [Hons.] ’14) and Rohinton Mistry (DLitt [Hons.] ’03), and York alumni Joseph Boyden (BA ’91), Rudy Buttignol (BFA ’82), Barbara Hall (LLB ’78), Fiona Amaryllis Sampson (DJur ’05) and Faye Thomson (BFA ’77) are among the 69 Canadians to be honoured with Canada’s highest civilian honour – the Order of Canada.

York U-led laser instrument to help bring home asteroid sample by NASA mission

Michael Daly, a York University researcher, is the lead scientist on a laser altimeter that will map the surface and create a 3D model of the asteroid Bennu during a NASA mission launching in 2016.

Climate change altering Greenland ice sheet and accelerating sea level rise, says York U prof

The Greenland ice sheet has traditionally been pictured as a bit of a sponge for glacier meltwater, but new research has found it is rapidly losing the ability to buffer its contribution to rising sea levels, says a York University researcher. York University Professor William Colgan, a co-author on the study published Jan. 4 in the journal Nature Climate Change, helped analyse data from three expeditions to the Greenland ice sheet in 2012, 2013 and 2015.

The York Circle (Special Edition - International Women's Day) @ Life Sciences Building, Keele Campus, York University
Mar 12 @ 9:30 am – 1:00 pm
Red & White Day @ Various Locations at Keele and Glendon campuses
Mar 22 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Join us in celebrating York pride and our diverse community! Red & White Day is an opportunity for the York students, faculty and staff to show their York pride. This day provides the community with[...]
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Alumni & Friends

Current News

Ten individuals with connections to York University appointed to the Order of Canada

York University honorary governor Helen Vari (LLD [Hons.] ’03), honorary degree recipients Lloyd Axworthy (LLD [Hons.] ’15), Jack Cockwell (LLD [Hons.] ’01), Wade Davis (LLD [Hons.] ’14) and Rohinton Mistry (DLitt [Hons.] ’03), and York alumni Joseph Boyden (BA ’91), Rudy Buttignol (BFA ’82), Barbara Hall (LLB ’78), Fiona Amaryllis Sampson (DJur ’05) and Faye Thomson (BFA ’77) are among the 69 Canadians to be honoured with Canada’s highest civilian honour – the Order of Canada.

York U-led laser instrument to help bring home asteroid sample by NASA mission

Michael Daly, a York University researcher, is the lead scientist on a laser altimeter that will map the surface and create a 3D model of the asteroid Bennu during a NASA mission launching in 2016.

Climate change altering Greenland ice sheet and accelerating sea level rise, says York U prof

The Greenland ice sheet has traditionally been pictured as a bit of a sponge for glacier meltwater, but new research has found it is rapidly losing the ability to buffer its contribution to rising sea levels, says a York University researcher. York University Professor William Colgan, a co-author on the study published Jan. 4 in the journal Nature Climate Change, helped analyse data from three expeditions to the Greenland ice sheet in 2012, 2013 and 2015.

The York Circle (Special Edition - International Women's Day) @ Life Sciences Building, Keele Campus, York University
Mar 12 @ 9:30 am – 1:00 pm
Red & White Day @ Various Locations at Keele and Glendon campuses
Mar 22 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Join us in celebrating York pride and our diverse community! Red & White Day is an opportunity for the York students, faculty and staff to show their York pride. This day provides the community with[...]