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Jason Ho

A competitive edge: U of T students and alumni on the value of Rotman’s finance research and trading lab

December 17, 2021

Jason Ho was able to jumpstart his actual career in finance thanks to simulated experiences he received at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management.

Our Community Academics, Alumni, Faculty of Arts & Science, Graduate Students, Rotman Commerce, Rotman School of Management
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From climate action to social justice, U of T accelerates tri-campus sustainability efforts

December 16, 2021

From climate action to social justice, the University of Toronto is taking major strides to incorporate sustainability into every facet of the institution – capitalizing on its position as one of the world’s top public research universities to... Global Lens, Our Community Diversity and Inclusion, Climate Change, Equity, Global, Meric Gertler, Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy, School of the Environment, St. George, Sustainability, U of T Mississauga, U of T Scarborough

The Future is Robotic: U of T Groundbreakers EP3

December 16, 2021


Can tiny, worm-like robots revolutionize the way surgeons work?  How will human-robot interactions be improved? Can AI and robotics create self-driving cars that make winter driving safer?

Our Community Groundbreakers, Institutional Strategic Initiative, U of T Mississauga, UTIAS
Leah Cowen

Leah Cowen named U of T’s vice-president, research and innovation, and strategic initiatives

December 16, 2021

Professor Leah Cowen has been named the University of Toronto’s vice-president, research and innovation, and strategic initiatives.

Our Community Leah Cowen, Temerty Faculty of Medicine, Innovation & Entrepreneurship, Meric Gertler, Molecular Genetics, Research & Innovation, Ted Sargent

Web-based version of U of T researcher's CARD game helps improve kids’ vaccination experience

December 16, 2021

With COVID-19 vaccines now available in Canada for kids five to 11 years old, many parents and caregivers are looking for ways to help younger children have a positive vaccination experience – and a system created by a... Our Community Coronavirus, COVID-19, Children, Hospital for Sick Children, Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, Vaccines

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U of T cancels in-person exams, delays in-person classes due to Omicron variant

December 15, 2021

The University of Toronto will not be holding in-person exams effective Dec. 16 and will delay most in-person learning until Jan. 31 to help curb the spread of COVID-19 amid the emergence of the Omicron variant.

Our Community Coronavirus, COVID-19, Kelly Hannah-Moffat, Graduate Students, Meric Gertler, Provost, St. George, U of T Mississauga, U of T Scarborough, Undergraduate Students
a hummingbird in flight

Hummingbirds enter overnight hibernation-like state to save energy for long trip south: U of T research

December 15, 2021

Hummingbirds’ metabolisms are so fast that they face an ever-looming threat­­: running out of energy and dropping dead.

Breaking Research, Our Community Birds, Biology, Graduate Students, Research & Innovation, U of T Scarborough
David Sinton

‘An everybody problem': David Sinton on how U of T experts can help Canada – and the world – get to net-zero

December 15, 2021

Canada has formally committed to achieving net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 – and since 78 per cent of greenhouse gas emissions globally are related to energy, finding cleaner sources is a big part of

Our Community Groundbreakers, Institutional Strategic Initiatives, Climate Change, Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering, Research & Innovation, Sustainability

U of T breaks ground on student residence at Spadina and Sussex Avenues

December 14, 2021

The University of Toronto has kicked off construction of an innovative and sustainable student residence at the northwest corner of Spadina and Sussex Avenues.

City & Culture, Our Community Governing Council, Graduate Students, Meric Gertler, St. George, Undergraduate Students, Woodsworth College