York University

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York University,

at North York, Ont., Canada; nondenominational; coeducational; founded 1959 as an affiliate of the Univ. of Toronto, became independent 1965. It has faculties of administrative studies, environmental studies, arts, education, pure and applied science, fine arts, and graduate studies and a school of law. There are research institutes in Canadian studies, Jewish studies, earth and space science, international and strategic studies, and Asia Pacific studies.
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Farrah Byckalo-Khan received her BES and Andil Gosine his PhD from the Faculty of Environmental Studies at York University in Toronto.
Research assistants are Mat Wohlgemut, Program in Medicine at McMaster University; Richard Oddie, PhD Candidate at the Faculty of Environmental Studies at York University; and Sarah King, PhD Candidate at the Centre for Religion and Institute for Environmental Studies, University of Toronto.

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