Hydro One board pay raise evaluated by Professor Richard LeBlanc on CBC

  Financial accountability Professor Richard  LeBlanc spoke with radio host Matt Galloway on CBC’s Metro Morning to discuss Hydro One’s pay raises for its part-time board members. LeBlanc, who is an expert in board governance, teaches in the School of Administrative Studies in York University’s Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies. Despite Hydro One’s […]

Students win at Canada’s Next Top Ad Executive competition with experiential learning edge

  Experiential Education is paving the way for School of Administrative Studies (SAS) student success, not just in the classroom, but also with inter-institution collaborative initiatives, careers and external competitions. The first competition of the year was Canada’s Next Top Ad Executive (CNTAE), arguably the country’s most influential competitive experiential program of its kind, running […]

Bachelor of Commerce alumna secures MaRS fellowship

Alumna Victoria Bisram secured a Studio Y Fellowship in the MaRS Discovery District.  She graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce (’16) in Accounting from the Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies. Victoria Bisram The Studio Y Fellowship for young professionals is a residency-based, eight-month program that develops leaders through intensive workshops, projects, coaching and […]

Celebrating Our Excellent Students

  At the November 7 LA&PS Celebration of Student Academic Excellence in 2016-2017, twelve School of Administrative Studies (SAS) students received recognition, out of a total of 62 students (23 international and 39 domestic) recognized LA&PS-wide. Our International Student recipients are from four different countries (China, India, United Kingdom, Vietnam). The Dean's Academic Excellence Award […]