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Jay MillAr will be reading from his latest book Timely Irreverence on Tuesday October 21, 2014 at 4:30pm in the Senior Common Room; 3rd floor, York Hall....
Held on October 14th  at 6:30 p.m. in Room A300 of the Centre for Excellence, “La voz sonora de las Américas” is an evening of literary readings (in English, French and Spanish) by well-known authors from the Americas: George Elliott Clarke, Ricardo Sternberg, Rowley Jeffrey, Alejandro Saravia, and Juan Pascual-Leone. Admission is free....
On October 7th, Elyse will be reading from her latest book, The Answer to Everything at 4:30pm in the Senior Common Room; 3rd floor, York Hall....
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Speaker: Dr. Jacques P. Gauthier,International Human Rights Lawyer
Title: "International Law and the Issue of Sovereignty over Jerusalem"...
Kenneth McRoberts, Principal of Glendon College and Marie-Thérèse Chaput, Director of Advancement, cordially invite you to attend a recognition reception for The Dedication of the Philippe Garigue Classroom (YHA222)....
Le Théâtre la Tangente, a professional company specializing in original theatrical multimedia works, is once again at Glendon Theatre! ...
Eric became a member of the Department of English at York University in 1965. In the same year, the Keele Campus was officially opened. It was determined that Glendon College would become the bilingual liberal arts college with its own curriculum and would be led by Escott Reid as Principal. This bilingual liberal arts focus would establish Glendon College’s distinctiveness as a faculty at York. In 1968 or 1969, Escott Reid asked those who were there if they wanted to transfer to the Keele campus or stay at Glendon. Eric chose to stay at Glendon....
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ANTARES Publishing House of Spanish Culture is pleased to announce a literary and cultural event in celebration of International Book Day, to be held on April 23, 2014, in the Skyroom of Glendon College’s Centre of Excellence (3rd Floor, York Hall), located at 2275 Bayview Avenue, Toronto. Doors open at 6:00 pm and the activities start at 6:30 pm. Admission is free....
I am delighted to inform you that the search for a new Principal of Glendon College has reached a successful conclusion. You will recall that last Fall I established a search committee, comprising members of Glendon College as well as a member appointed by me, and chaired by the Vice-President Academic & Provost, charged with undertaking a search for the next Principal....
On Monday, March 17, Paul-François Sylvestre was named Knight of the Ordre de la Pléiade...
It is with great pleasure that I announce the appointment of Ms. Solange Belluz as an 'executive-in-residence' at Glendon. As such, she will provide invaluable assistance to our ongoing strategy to make Glendon, and York University, the ‘hub’ for Francophone and bilingual university study in Southern Ontario....
The Glendon Summer Language Institute is offering a new intensive Japanese language immersion program...
Kenneth McRoberts, Principal of Glendon College and Marie-Thérèse Chaput, Director of Advancement, cordially invite you to attend a reception for the dedication of the National Bank of Canada Classroom (York Hall A220) in recognition of their generous gift....
Prof. Colin Coates in Canadian Studies at Glendon and director of the Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies has been involved in an international, interdisciplinary project in digital humanities for the last two years: Trading Consequences....
April 9, 2014, 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Featured Speaker: Dr. Jacques P. Gauthier...
Kenneth McRoberts, Principal of Glendon College and Marie-Thérèse Chaput, Director of Advancement, cordially invite you to attend a recognition reception...
Jane Urquhart was born in Little Longlac, 200 miles north of Thunder Bay, and spent her early childhood there. She moved with her family to Toronto in her late childhood where she attended Havergal and then the University of Guelph....
A team of Glendon students made a huge impression at a model NATO conference earlier this month, virtually sweeping the awards at the end of the conference...
On Thursday, Nov. 28, York University announced a $1.25-million gift from BMO Financial Group to the Glendon School of Public and International Affairs...
You’re invited… Vice-President Academic and Provost, Rhonda Lenton and Vice-President Finance and Administration, Gary Brewer are inviting you to bring your lunch and join the conversation at an information session on AAPR....
An important survey is currently underway at Glendon. It aims to explore the characteristics and needs of all Glendon students. The findings of that study will help us to enhance student experiences and learning....
From funding for French-language programs to Alex Himelfarb’s new book, the latest online edition of Glendon Magazine features a double issue of major news, events and personalities at Glendon....
Award-winning poet and playwright, Joan MacLeod is in Toronto to attend the opening of her new play, The Valley. This latest work, like many of her hits before it, theatricalizes a critical current issue — MacLeod brings it to life!...
The provincial government announced Thursday at York’s Glendon campus that it plans to provide $16.5 million to help universities and colleges expand French language programs and services, which includes $1.5 million awarded to Glendon for that purpose....
Dramatized readings are back at the Festival of Images and Words. In this, the 22nd edition of the Festival...
Friday, October 18, at 8:00 p.m., Glendon Theatre
EXIT, a play in one act.
A journey into what it means to be an immigrant through the eyes of a clown. ...
Where : York Hall Room 247, on the Glendon Campus of York University, 2275 Bayview Avenue, Toronto
When : Friday, October 18 2013, 10:30am - 12:00pm ...
Guest: Ins Choi
Host: English Department, Cyndi Zimmerman
Glendon Theatre, October 10, 2013, 12:30-2:30 p.m...
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