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Leah Cowen appointed U of T’s first associate vice-president, research

November 20, 2020

Professor Leah Cowen, chair of the department of molecular genetics in the Temerty Faculty of Medicine and an expert on infectious fungal diseases, has been appointed the University of Toronto’s first associate vice-president, res

Our Community Temerty Faculty of Medicine, Molecular Genetics, Research & Innovation, Ted Sargent
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A car crash. A brain injury. U of T nursing grad Philiz Goh persevered – and is helping others do the same

November 20, 2020

A global pandemic has made every student’s path to graduation this year more difficult, but it was hardly the first obstacle in Philiz Goh’s long journey to convocation.

Our Community Convocation 2020, Graduate Stories, Accessibility, Graduate Students, Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing

U of T grad Malek Abdel-Shehid passionate about 'Black sense of place, African diaspora and urban planning'

November 20, 2020

Malek Abdel-Shehid’s path to convocation had plenty of twists and turns, including changing colleges and programs as well as a trip to Ghana.

Our Community Convocation 2020, Graduate Stories, Faculty of Arts & Science, Victoria College

What’s Next? COVID-19 podcast: (Ep 32) Vivek Goel on travel

November 19, 2020

Across Canada and around the world, the pandemic has resulted in severe constraints on international and domestic travel, raising the question: Will business, educational and personal travel ever return to pre-pandemic levels?

Our Community Coronavirus, COVID-19 Podcast, Dalla Lana School of Public Health, Vivek Goel
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From LGBTQ rights to supporting women in developing countries: Meet U of T’s 2020 Loran Scholars

November 19, 2020

Awa Hanane Diagne, Cai Mitchell, Kaiden Thompson and Margaux Roncière may have just begun their studies at the University of Toronto, but they are already well on their to becoming leaders in the

Our Community Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering, Faculty of Arts & Science, Global, LGBTQ, Undergraduate Students, University College, Victoria College, Women and Gender Studies

Six ways U of T researchers – and the Royal Society of Canada – are working to make our lives better

November 19, 2020

From clean energy and water to urban biodiversity, disability in HIV patients and labour activism in China, the next generation of researchers at the University of Toronto is engaged in tackling some of the most difficult – and pressing –... Our Community Temerty Faculty of Medicine, Earth Sciences, Ecology & Environmental Biology, Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering, Faculty of Arts & Science, Political Science, Religion, Research & Innovation, Royal Society of Canada, Ted Sargent, U of T Scarborough

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By creating a volunteer group, U of T grad Adam Zivo brought food to low-income seniors during COVID-19

November 19, 2020

When the pandemic forced communities into lockdown in March, Adam Zivo offered to deliver groceries to his mother as a way to help in a time of need.

Our Community Convocation 2020, Coronavirus, Graduate Stories, Faculty of Arts & Science, Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy
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LegUp Computing, a U of T Engineering startup, acquired by U.S.-based Microchip Technology

November 18, 2020

LegUp Computing Inc., a startup with origins in the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering has been acquired by U.S.-based Microchip Technology Inc.

Our Community Alumni, Entrepreneurship, Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering, Global, Startups, UTEST
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Defying the odds, U of T's Carisse Samuel to graduate after spending five months in a coma

November 18, 2020

When Carisse Samuel joins her fellow graduates at the University of Toronto’s virtual convocation this Saturday, the celebration will be both an academic and personal victory.

Our Community Convocation 2020, Graduate Stories, U of T Mississauga
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Students and alumni install mural on U of T campus urging support for Black designers

November 18, 2020

The University of Toronto’s St. George campus is now a canvas for a giant mural that serves as a call to action for dismantling systemic racism in the discipline of design.

Our Community Alumni, Black, John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture

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