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Former New York Times books editor on what makes a great review and why U.S. political coverage needs to change
Sam Tanenhaus, a prolific and influential journalist, author, historian and former editor of the New York Times Book Review, is teaching two courses at the University of Toronto this term as a visiting professor for book and media studies at the University of St. Michael’s College.
Is it time to change the student transcript? University leaders meet at U of T to discuss possible enhancements
Consider the student transcript: For more than a century it has been a paper record of a student's academic achievements – documenting courses completed, grades attained and degrees awarded.
But the transcript of the future could be different. University leaders from around North America will gather at the University of Toronto next week to discuss changing academic transcripts, in light of improvements in technology as well as curriculum innovations that include unique study and learning opportunities.
#UofTBackToSchool: Personal finance course for first-year students to triple enrolment to meet demand
A personal finance course aimed at first-year undergraduate students has proven to be so popular that the University of Toronto Mississauga will triple the enrolment for the upcoming academic year.