Welcome to the Faculty of Health. Through our five degree programs – Kinesiology & Health Science, Psychology, Nursing, Health Studies (Informatics, Management and Policy) and Global Health – our commitment to excellence is demonstrated through our professors who are nationally and internationally recognized experts in their fields; through our leading edge research; and through community partnerships to improve health outcomes both locally and globally. In addition, students benefit from learning opportunities that go beyond the classroom to include experiential education in a range of settings from laboratories to sports fields and with community partners including hospitals, clinics, schools, health and recreation centres.
Guest Speaker: Dr. Syed Imran Ali
In this seminar, Dr. Ali will talk about the breadth of technical and operational knowledge gaps in the humanitarian sector, their origins and why they persist, and the role of academic-humanitarian collaborations in improving the health and well-being of vulnerable populations.
Syed Imran Ali, Ph.D.
Fellow in Global Health and Humanitarianism,
Dahdaleh Institute for Global Health Research,
Dr. Ali is an aid worker and academic focused on humanitarian challenges at the intersection of environment and public health. He has worked in multiple emergencies and led operational research with Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). Dr. Ali has taught at the University of California, Berkeley, where he held a Development Impact Lab postdoctoral fellowship. Dr. Ali received his doctorate in environmental engineering from the University of Guelph and his bachelors in engineering from Queen’s University.
The EE workshops are designed to support faculty who wish to incorporate Experiential Education into their teaching, either in the classroom or in the community. Integrating Experiential Education into Your Course combines the content of Introduction to Experiential Education and Experiential Education: Reflection and Assessment. In the first half of the workshop, we will define EE and its three foci in the context of York, discuss the theory informing EE, and consider the critical role of structured reflection in experiential education. In the second half, we will brainstorm ideas for reflective activities and consider how to evaluate experiential learning. The workshop will be delivered via presentations, videos and hands-on activities designed to help participants develop an EE course or course activity that includes reflective learning and its assessment, for both in-class and community focused EE.
More details and registration: http://events.yorku.ca/#event|ee-bootcamp-thursday-april-5-2018|53139
Convocation is the formal ceremony for the conferral of degrees, diplomas and certificates. It is also a time-honoured tradition that celebrates every student’s academic accomplishments. Convocation is a commemoration of your life at York and an opportunity to share this significant milestone with your family and friends.