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Intensive agriculture turned a wild plant into a pervasive weed, study finds

December 13, 2022

New research published in Science shows how the rise of modern agriculture turned a North American native plant, common waterhemp, into a problematic agricultur

Breaking Research Agriculture, Collaboration, Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, Faculty of Arts & Science, Research & Innovation

‘Anything is possible’: Future Sound 6ix music workshops draw youth from across Toronto

December 12, 2022

On a recent Saturday morning in an electronic music studio at the University of Toronto, a group of young people listened intently as Adrian Berry hit the “play” button.

Bass, drums and marimba filled the room.

City & Culture, Our Community Alumni, Cities, Faculty of Music, Music
Alexandra Gillespie looks at one of the ancient books being studied

‘That object has a story’: Alexandra Gillespie on CBC’s Metro Morning

December 9, 2022

At first glance, the dusty and worn pages of an old book from centuries ago might not seem to reveal more than their written content.

Breaking Research, City & Culture Alexandra Gillespie, CBC, Humanities, Research and Innovation, Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library, U of T Libraries, U of T Mississauga

‘It’s going to be special’: U of T Mississauga alumna returns for in-person celebrations

December 9, 2022

Members of the University of Toronto Mississauga’s classes of 2020 and 2021 are reuniting at Convocation Hall this weekend – and for Carisse Samuel, the long-anticipated,... Our Community 2020 & 2021 Graduation Celebrations, Alumni, U of T Mississauga

'Enormous pride': Faculty of Kinesiology & Physical Education celebrates classes of 2020 and 2021

December 9, 2022

In March 2020, David Sewell and his classmates walked out of their classroom at the University of Toronto's Faculty of Kinesiology & Physical Education (KPE), not knowing that it would be the last time they would see each other in perso

Our Community 2020 & 2021 Graduation Celebrations, Convocation Hall, Alumni, Faculty of Kinesiology & Physical Education, Graduate Students
a young woman in a wheelchair uses a height adjustable lab bench at the University of Toronto Scarborough campus

Second National Dialogues and Action draws experts on accessibility, ableism and inclusion from across Canada

December 9, 2022

Cassandra Hartblay recalls a time in graduate school when a senior scholar in her field wasn’t able to give feedback on a research presentation she gave at an academic conference.

Our Community National Dialogues, Diversity and Inclusion, Accessibility, U of T Scarborough

Non-native bees discovered in Canada may pose serious threat to native mason bee populations

December 8, 2022

Researchers at the University of Toronto Scarborough have discovered the presence of two species of bee in Canada for the first time – one of which could pose a big threat to native mason bees.

Breaking Research, Our Community Biodiversity, Environment, Research and Innovation, Sustainability, U of T Scarborough