AMPD and the Allan I. Carswell Observatory welcome attendees of all ages to their Halloween Astronomy Extravaganza
It was an evening of fright-filled, inspirational and educational in equal parts. The Halloween Astronomy Extravaganza comprised of two ticketed events, the first – Herschel 200th Anniversary: Astronomy, Music, Extraterrestrials – celebrates the monumental achievements of 18th-century astronomer and composer Sir William Herschel.
Whether you are fresh out of high school or coming back from a break, readjusting your life to revolve around university is always a daunting hassle– especially if you don’t have a proper guide to guide you along the way. To prepare you for your education journey, I’ve shared three BIG tips to help you survive your new beginning at AMPD.
Eric Armstrong, chair and associate professor, Department of Theatre, School of the Arts, Media, Performance & Design (AMPD), also touches on the global reach OER can have on communities. His open textbook, Lexical Sets for Actors, is internationally accessible and has garnered interest from the United Kingdom (U.K.), fulfilling a need they have for accent training.
A sample of documents that represent “Black and Women’s Voices” is now available in digitized format from the Resource Centre collections of York’s Centre for Research on Latin America and the Caribbean (CERLAC).
The first-ever York University Game Jam is happening on November 4 to 6, 2022! York University Game Jam offers students the opportunity to conceptualize, design, and build a functioning game as a team.
"Groundworks", produced by Professor Ian Garrett with Toasterlab for Vision Maker Media, follows four California Native dance professionals as they create "Groundworks", dance performance on Alcatraz Island for San Francisco’s first official Indigenous People’s Day.
Actor, cultural leader, multiple Grammy Award-winning music producer and philanthropist, Noah “40” Shebib, was at York University on Oct. 12 to accept an honorary doctor of laws during Fall Convocation ceremonies.
York design Professor Shital Desai combines her expertise in robotics with product design to create innovative solutions that are both inclusive and inspired.