MACP Grad Cree Lambeck Urges New Teachers to Begin Practicing Self-Care This World Teachers Day

As we approach World Teachers Day 2019, we can reflect on this year's theme of Young Teachers: The Future of the Profession. As a teacher-turned-therapist, I wonder how we can ignite a passion for teaching among the younger generation, those who are just beginning to explore their possible career paths. If I was just starting out, what would I want to know?


Dr. Maha Salman Appointed New Chair of Yorkville’s Bachelor of Interior Design

Dr. Maha Salman has been named chair of Yorkville University’s Bachelor of Interior Design degree program. After a decade of service to Yorkville University, Salman called the appointment a “crowning” moment in her career as an LEED-accredited professional with more than 25 years of industry and academic experience as a professor, architect and interior designer.


Master of Education Grad Tackles Ride to Conquer Cancer in Memory of Late Mother

One of the last promises Jackie Densmore made to her cancer-stricken mother as she lay on her deathbed 13 years ago was that, one day she’d make her proud and obtain her teaching degree. And so it was that on Aug. 16 of this year, on the eve of embarking on her third Enbridge Ride to Conquer Cancer in her late mother Donna’s memory, Densmore received an email from Yorkville University that made her break down in tears.