U of T recognizes that healthy minds lead to better information retention – and academic success
Nurturing the mind just as important as educating it
The Art Museum at the University of Toronto has partnered with artist Kent Monkman for a large-scale show of new works exploring the 150 years before and after Canadian Confederation.
“Shame and Prejudice”: U of T Art Museum hosts artist Kent Monkman's exhibit for Canada 150
Michael Katchen moved away from his native Toronto because he was excited about what was happening in Silicon Valley.
Tech, innovation and Toronto according to Wealthsimple's CEO
Holistic approach makes ‘sink or swim’ an outdated concept
Bright lights, bigger city — much, much bigger. Already, more than half the world’s seven billion people live in urban areas, and estimates place that number to rise as high as 80 per cent of the population by the end of the century.
Tackling the challenge of the world's swollen, unsustainable megacities
Benjamin Barber likes to quote former New York City mayor Fiorello La Guardia, who said, “There is no Democratic or Republican way of fixing a sewer,” to underscore why a mayor is more effective than a political leader.
As cities grow, the power of our mayors falls behind
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