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Who are Canada's migrant workers?

February 28, 2012

On Feb. 6, in a collision between a van and a truck on a rural road near Stratford, Ontario, 11 people died, 10 of them temporary agricultural workers. Most were from Peru.

Global Lens Features, Global, Faculty of Arts & Science

U of T takes home a slate of NSERC awards

February 27, 2012

Five U of T researchers and students have been awarded prizes from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) in recognition of their scholarly achievements.

Breaking Research Astronomy, Awards, Computer Science, Digital Media, Engineering, Health, Medicine, NSERC, Research, Top Stories

Visual Culture

February 27, 2012

The groundbreaking research of two U of T professors has been recognized with the 2011 NSERC John C.

Breaking Research Research, Our Faculty & Staff, Medicine, IBBME, Engineering

U of T students reach out to the community

February 27, 2012

This year, more than 200 University of Toronto students participated in what is quickly becoming a Reading Week tradition.

Teaching, Student Life, Features, Medicine, Chemistry, Faculty of Arts & Science

U of T strengthens partnerships with top Chinese institutions

February 27, 2012

More University of Toronto faculty and students are poised to collaborate with partners at China’s top universities, as a result of President David Naylor’s recent visit to leading institutions in Shanghai and Bei

Breaking Research Teaching, Student Life, Research, Green Path, Government, China, Alumni, Global, Top Stories

Taking the marathon to the classroom

February 23, 2012

Few people will ever run a marathon in their lives, let alone twice a day, every day, for nearly a month. Using this experience as a teaching tool is uncommon, too.

Breaking Research Teaching, Research, Features, Physical Education, Health

Creative Expressions and Society

February 22, 2012

We might like to think we're not influenced by other people, but new research from the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management indicates otherwise, especially when it comes to consumer behaviour.  

Breaking Research Top Stories, Research, Rotman

U of T professor awarded prestigious Killam Research Fellowship

February 22, 2012

University of Toronto professor Ran Hirschl of the Department of Political Science and the Faculty of Law has been named the recipient of one of the seven 2012 Killam Research Fellowships. 

Breaking Research Research, More News, Political Science, Law, Awards, Faculty of Arts & Science

Death is new design consideration in technological age

February 22, 2012

At first glance, death seems like an unlikely thesis topic for a computer scientist. But for the University of Toronto's Mike Massimi, it makes perfect sense.

Breaking Research Research, Features, iSchool, Digital Media

University of Toronto named Top Diversity Employer for 2012

February 21, 2012

The University of Toronto’s focus on diversity has earned national recognition as the university has been named a Top Diversity Employer for the fifth consecutive year.

Our Faculty & Staff