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Curated stories from 30+ U of T publications, highlighting the people and issues shaping our global community.

The possibilities for medicine in our high-tech era are nothing short of astounding. But the health system is choking on the pace of progress, hampered by old-school management and humbled by the enormity of change needed to realize our ambitions.

To many, the job of higher education is to develop informed, thinking citizens. To others, it’s to prepare students for the job market. But why not both?

By devoting her time to extra-curricular activities, Dentistry’s Alicia Clancy is broadening her worldview and opening up to new learning opportunities.

Professor David Mazierski explores tattooing in history and Scythian culture

The best job performance comes from match between first and later work experiences, says a Rotman study.

Interdisciplinary reseach from U of T Engineering is helping us live longer, healthier lives.