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U of T inspects, upgrades ventilation equipment in preparation for gradual return to campuses this fall
All University of Toronto buildings with classrooms and offices will meet or exceed industry and public health standards for combatting COVID-19 as community members continue their gradual return to the university’s three campuses this fall.
“Health and safety is something we take very seriously for our broader community,” says Ron Saporta, chief operating officer, property services and sustainability.
What can you learn from equity-deserving groups? How to be resilient? How to thrive – even in an environment that doesn’t affirm your right to existence?
What are the challenges, achievements and opportunities for the queer community?
These are some of the questions explored by Maydianne Andrade, a Canada Research Chair in Integrative Behavioural Ecology and the University of Toronto Scarborough’s vice-dean of faculty affairs and equity, in “Queering The New Normal,” episode eight of her podcast, The New Normal.
Next July, Nadège Compaoré will start as an assistant professor of political science at the University of Toronto Mississauga. She describes the position as her “dream job” – the culmination of an obstacle-filled academic journey that began 19 years ago when she arrived in Canada from Burkina Faso on a full scholarship.
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