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U of T engineering alumnus is engineering social change

December 6, 2011

U of T Engineering graduate Suneet Tuli has a vision: to make computer technology available to people around the world, including some of the poorest.

Top Stories, Innovation, Engineering, Alumni

Vice-president honoured for leadership in philanthropy

December 5, 2011

David Palmer, the University of Toronto’s vice-president (advancement), has always had big ideas about the role U of T has to play in advancing Canada’s economic and social agenda.  Recently, those big ideas landed him a very big

Our Faculty & Staff, Campaign

Graduate student, alumnus give voice to U of T campaign

December 5, 2011

Your university calls and wants you to compose a musical score for its fundraising campaign launch. No pressure.

Well, at least not for Aaron Tsang and Kevin Lau.

Features, Student Life, Music, Campaign

Where have all the quasars gone?

December 5, 2011

An international team of astronomers has discovered two gigantic black holes with masses about 10 billion times the mass of our sun. These black holes have a mass more than 50 per cent greater than any other previously measured.

Breaking Research Research, Faculty of Arts & Science, Astronomy, Top Stories

When brands seem like people, people act accordingly

December 2, 2011

From the Michelin Man to the Pillsbury Doughboy, anthropomorphized brands have often been used by companies eager to put a personal face on their products.

Breaking Research Research, Features, UTSC, Business

Peking University and U of T Continue Collaboration

December 2, 2011

The University of Toronto and China’s Peking University (PKU) have renewed their commitment to collaborate by signing a Memorandum of Understanding that will build on existing research and education collaborations in Medicine and Engineering, and... Global Lens Top Stories, Global

Spain honours U of T mathematics professor

December 1, 2011

Luis Seco, a mathematics professor and director of RiskLab at the University of Toronto, was given Spain's prestigious Caballero de la Orden del Merito Civil award Dec. 1.

Faculty of Arts & Science, Awards, Our Faculty & Staff

In the Dragonfish's Mouth

December 1, 2011

Three astronomers at the University of Toronto have found the most numerous batch of young, supermassive stars yet observed in our galaxy: hundreds of thousands of stars, including several hundreds of the most massive kind --blue

Breaking Research Top Stories, Research, Astronomy, Faculty of Arts & Science

Faculty of Law formally launches building campaign

November 30, 2011

More than 200 alumni and friends of the University of Toronto's Faculty of Law gathered Nov.

Top Stories, Student Life, Campaign, Law

Is an end to AIDS-related deaths possible?

November 30, 2011

World AIDS Day is held on Dec. 1 each year.

Breaking Research HIV, AIDS, Nursing, Health, Research, Top Stories