The Faculty of Environmental and Urban Change hosts many informative, educational, engaging and inspiring events all year long. We offer lectures, seminars, conferences, art performances and exhibits, workshops and community social events. Here are some of the upcoming events for the 2021-2022 Academic year.
We offer an annual Seminar series that welcomes experts from around the world to our campus to discuss the most pressing issues of our times.
This year’s EUC Research Seminar Series, Polishing the Chain: Treaty Relations in Toronto, will explore the historical significance and contemporary relevance of the treaties Indigenous nations in Southern Ontario have made with each other, with the Land, and with the Crown. It will explore the spirit and intent of Toronto treaties, the ways Indigenous peoples have and continue to uphold them, the extent to which they are reflected in contemporary Indigenous / state relations, and the possibilities these open for working towards conciliation and establishing right relations with each other, and the Land.
Learn More About Polishing the Chain: We are all Treaty People
York University Orientation offers a wide variety of Orientation programming for all new and incoming students. It is a great way to meet new people, discover campus resources, and learn all about your degree while providing you with a smooth transition into university.
Film Screening: The Changing Face of Iceland - Documentary Film by Dr. Mark Terry
October 6, 12:00 noon to 2pm
This one-hour documentary special from decorated polar explorer and award-winning environmental documentary filmmaker, Dr. Mark Terry (The Antarctica Challenge, The Polar Explorer), chronicles climate changes and more during his 2018 circumnavigation of the island nation.