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Student News at U of T 


Hands-on virtual labs? U of T Engineering profs get creative with remote learning

A camera and a bottle of Gatorade were the key pieces of equipment for a recent virtual lab in Jennifer Farmer’s applied chemistry course.

“We told students that they’d have to determine the amount of food dye in the drink,” explains Farmer, an assistant professor, teaching stream, in the University of Toronto’s department of chemical engineering and applied chemistry in the Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering.

Any other year, students would learn to operate a spectrometer to find the answer.


U of T grads among the most employable in the world: Times Higher Education


The University of Toronto ranked eighth in the world for the employability of its graduates in the latest Times Higher Education Global University Employability Ranking.

That’s up seven spots from last year.


U of T course explores urban youth languages – in Toronto and around the world

If you overheard someone saying they’ve been friends “for a minute,” would you assume they just met? If so, you may need to brush up on your urban slang. 

“A minute” is a phrase that actually means for a very long time, and it’s just one the many words and expressions students are learning about in the new University of Toronto course: Urban Youth Languages of the World.