We are extremely pleased to announce that a team of two students affiliated with the School of Administrative Studies (SAS), Selina Cozzupoli and Tiana Noce, has made it to the Top 10 in the 2018 Canada’s Next Top Ad Executive (CNTAE) competition, the largest and most competitive experiential program and competition of its kind […]
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 […]
The application deadline for MDEM at York University has been extended to March 18! Apply now. The only graduate program of its kind in Ontario and one of only two in Canada. Equips students with the skills and knowledge required to prepare for, mitigate, respond to and recover from local, national and international disasters […]
Professor Richard LeBlanc, corporate governance expert at York University joins BNN to weigh-in on Loblaw's response to its price-fixing scandal as registration for $25 vouchers opens today. Watch video
The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) held an emergency exercise Oct. 25 at the York University Station, which is one of two new subway stations on the Keele campus that will be opening Dec. 17. The exercise was needed to test new emergency response procedures developed in preparation for the subway coming to the Keele campus. […]
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 […]
Disaster and Emergency Management professor Jack Rozdilsky explains how hospitals and cities plan for big disasters and breaks down how medical authorities handle mass casualty events. For the full article click here.
School of Administrative Studies Professor Richard Leblanc speaks about why the lack of training for board members often breeds expense scandals. For the full article click here.
York University Professor Chris Robinson has endowed two new merit awards for finance students in the School of Administrative Studies (SAS). The Gold and Silver Prizes in Finance are awarded to the graduating students with the highest and second-highest GPA respectively in the Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) honours program. For the full YFile article click […]