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Anthony Rumolo Uses His BBA to Grow the Ontario Deaf Hockey Association

Anthony Rumolo Uses His BBA to Grow the Ontario Deaf Hockey Association

Anthony Rumolo’s goal is to make a difference in the lives of others and he is certain the skills and knowledge he gained in Yorkville University’s Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) will help him do just that.

Yorkville MEd Alumna Named Dean of Media, Arts + Design and Continuing Education at Loyalist

Yorkville MEd Alumna Named Dean of Media, Arts + Design and Continuing Education at Loyalist

Bazkur graduated from Yorkville University’s MEd in Adult Education in 2016 and, in the same year, was appointed Dean of Loyalist College’s School of Media, Arts + Design and Continuing Education. Prior to the appointment, Bazkur had been Acting Dean and before that, the co-ordinator of and professor in the Television and New Media Production program.

Why General Studies? Faculty thoughts…

Why General Studies? Faculty thoughts…

In this article, instructors of general studies courses in the Bachelor of Business Administration discuss the value of the material they teach and why general studies are important to their students.

Yorkville Dean, Rita Kop, Wins Best Paper at Conference in Morocco

Yorkville Dean, Rita Kop, Wins Best Paper at Conference in Morocco

Yorkville University’s Dean of the Master of Education in Adult Education, Rita Kop, recently won the Best Paper Award at the Europe, Middle East and North Africa Conference on Technology and Security to Support Learning (EMENA/TSSL’16).

Fostering Space for the Teaching and Learning Self: Guest Blog By Dr. Ellyn Lyle

Fostering Space for the Teaching and Learning Self: Guest Blog By Dr. Ellyn Lyle

Dr. Ellyn Lyle is Associate Dean of the Faculty of Education at Yorkville University. With deep connections to the land and animals, she embraces metaphor to untangle lived experience as a way to inform teaching and learning as autobiographical experience. In this guest blog Ellyn discusses fostering space for the teaching and learning self.

Jamie Swan, First Yorkville Graduate to Receive CCC Designation

Jamie Swan, First Yorkville Graduate to Receive CCC Designation

On Aug. 10, Yorkville University received word that alumna Jamie Swan is the first Yorkville Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology (MACP) graduate to receive the Canadian Certified Counsellor (CCC) designation from the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association (CCPA).

Yorkville Alumnus Takes Helm at Family Service Employee Assistance Program Vancouver,

Yorkville Alumnus Takes Helm at Family Service Employee Assistance Program Vancouver,

Gregg Taylor said the meaningful work he does in his new role as President of FSEAP Vancouver (Family Service Employee Assistance Programs), is exactly why he took his Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology at Yorkville University. “Being able to contribute to people’s lives in a meaningful way and expand my scope of practice was the reason I did my Master’s at Yorkville in the first place,”

Upcoming Webinar on Trauma-Informed Mindfulness

Upcoming Webinar on Trauma-Informed Mindfulness

This month, Yorkville University will host an informative webinar lead by Sarah Schlote titled Trauma-Informed Mindfulness: Somatic Skills for Present Moment Body Awareness. Find out all the details here.

MEd Graduate Works at Publishing and Presenting Capstone Paper

MEd  Graduate Works at Publishing and Presenting Capstone Paper

It has been just more than a year since Patricia Regier graduated from the Master of Education in Adult Education at Yorkville University, but she remains passionate about and driven by the work she did there. So, much so that Regier continues to work to have her capstone paper published and uses it as the basis for presentations and to help organizations succeed in collaboration.

New Dean of MACP, Dr. Peter Hall, knows the Student Experience Well

New Dean of MACP, Dr. Peter Hall, knows the Student Experience Well

The educational journey Yorkville University students are on is something Dr. Peter Hall said he knows well because, as a lifelong learner, he has walked a similar path. Dr. Hall is Yorkville’s new Dean of the Faculty of Behavioural Sciences and you can read more about him here.