- Slavery Today: Bondage and Abolition in the 21st Century
Provost Distinguished Scholars Lecture presents Dr. Zoe Trodd – Harvard University Co-sponsored by the Departments of Biology, Social Sciences, History & Philosophy, the African-American Studies Center and York College Auxiliary Enterprises.
- Social Work-Eastern Europe
Eastern Europe - Progress, Plans, and Prospects: A report on three years of research and academic collaboration in the Republic of Moldova.
- Alternatives to Blaming the Students
Speaker Forum: Alternatives to Blaming the Students: Applying the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning to Make Real Differences in Achievement, Equity, and Retention in Any College
- Speaker Forum: Thinking, Writing, and Publishing about Teaching and Learning
Guest Speaker: Dr. James Rhem, Executive Editor, The National Teaching and Learning FORUM
- Strategic Plan Town Hall Meeting
Please take this opportunity to comment on the proposed MISSION, VISION, and VALUES, as well as ask questions and make suggestions
about the College-wide STRATEGIC INITIATIVES AND ACTIONS.
- Summer 2007 Schedule
4 Day Workweek will be in effect.
- Beloved Colleague Professor Taen-Yu Dai
Our beloved colleague Professor Taen-Yu Dai of the Mathematics and Computer Science Department died of cancer on March 25, having recently retired due to his illness.
- Call for Fall 2013 CETL Events
To All York Faculty and Staff: The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) invites proposals from York faculty to present workshops, presentations, panels, or brown bag discussions that promote faculty development around teaching and learning.
- NSSS: CdTe nanostructures for solar cell application by Justyna Widera
Natural Science Seminar Series (NSSS) provides an opportunity to foster the engagement of faculty, students and staff in the scientific enterprise and to cultivate an environment of intellectual discourse and growth by promoting interaction between scientists at every level.
Presented by the Departments of Biology, Chemistry, and Earth and Physical Sciences.
- State Supports Capital Request