A U of T Engineering team has designed a simpler way to keep therapeutic proteins where they are needed for long periods of time.
U of T engineering discovery potential game-changer for chronic illness treatment
Fifty-five years ago, Professor Robert Putnam was so inspired by U.S. President John F.
#UofTGrad16: Presidential Adviser Professor Robert Putnam
Partnerships in research, entrepreneurship, innovation, student mobility and training for Palestinian physicians were just some of the outcomes of the University of Toronto’s participation in a recent mission to Israel led by Ontario Premier
Israel mission: strengthening student mobility, research and physician training
“Jerusalem is a city of neighborhoods.”
“Only deputy mayors are paid in Jerusalem. What is the impact of city councillors being unpaid? Who can afford the position?”
Parks, planning and public spaces: Toronto can learn lessons from Jerusalem say U of T students
They’re renowned for their wit, creativity, ability to inspire students and colleagues – and an intense dedication to innovation in teaching.
U of T honours great teaching, research
There’s a strong sense of community at University of Toronto’s Mississauga campus, and it’s exemplified by three of the UTM Class of 2016 graduates who received their degrees this week at Convocation Hall.
#UofTGrad16: U of T Mississauga grads go forward by giving back
Whether socializing with other students at Clinton’s Tavern on Bloor Street, discussing policy with bureaucrats in Brussels or eating sushi in Japan, the graduates of the Munk School of Global Affairs Master's pr
#UofTGrad16: “Everything is global affairs" for Munk School grads
The next step for the University of Toronto’s top graduating student: medical school.
#UofTGrad16: Mihil Patel, the University of Toronto’s top student
Spring Convocation season is upon us at U of T!
#UofTGrad16: moments captured on social media
Convocation is a time to celebrate U of T's students.
Innovations in teaching: Andrew Petersen