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

Not your Grandma’s tea shop

Not your Grandma’s tea shop

UTM alumni serve up fun, modern Tealish

From Magazine, UTM
The Future of Financial Services

The Future of Financial Services

What will financial services look like in 2035? Only one thing is certain: Banks that fail to embrace new and emerging technology will not survive.

From Rotman
A Way with Water

A Way with Water

U of T Engineering researchers ensuring a safe and stable global resource

From Skulematters: Engineering Magazine
Should You Prescribe Pot?

Should You Prescribe Pot?

Two U of T experts weigh the pros and cons

From Medicine
The Path Forward

The Path Forward

The Indigenous Initiatives Office celebrates seven years – and looks seven generations beyond

From Nexus Magazine, Faculty of Law
The Community Clinician: Dr. Carolyn Poon Woo

The Community Clinician: Dr. Carolyn Poon Woo

Her people skills have made her popular with patients at her west-end Toronto practice – and an effective leader in the dental profession

From Dentistry Magazine
Globalization! Precarity! Robots!

Globalization! Precarity! Robots!

Your current job could be replaced by artificial intelligence, your co-worker might be a robot and your future job may not exist yet. But your prospects are better than ever.

From UTSC Commons
A Start-up is Born: The Story of Helpful

A Start-up is Born: The Story of Helpful

A start-up isn’t a company in the traditional sense; it’s a learning machine, says serial entrepreneur Daniel Debow.

From Rotman Management Magazine
Not Your Old School Law School

Not Your Old School Law School

Experimenting with new ways of teaching is fueling innovative courses and creative delivery – beyond books and lectures.

From Nexus Magazine, Faculty of Law
Healing the Human Spirit

Healing the Human Spirit

Vic alum Kahontakwas Diane Longboat is helping CAMH patients and clients to embrace their Indigenous heritage for the first time.

From Vic Report
The Education of Robina Aryubwal

The Education of Robina Aryubwal

Targeted by a warlord, her family escaped Afghanistan through determination and the help of a journalist who would not give up.

From Magazine, UTM
The Dental Clinics of Tomorrow

The Dental Clinics of Tomorrow

Innovation in hardware, software and biological materials are set to transform the dental office.

From Dentistry Magazine
A Feast for the Mind: Museums & Food

A Feast for the Mind: Museums & Food

Innovation in hardware, software and biological materials are set to transform the dental office.

From Informed: The Faculty of Information Magazine
Alumni Profile: Pacinthe Mattar, Producer at the CBC

Alumni Profile: Pacinthe Mattar, Producer at the CBC

After spending years in far-flung locales such as Dubai and Saudi Arabia, Pacinthe Mattar (HBA, 2008) returned to Canada and made a home for herself at U of T Mississauga.

From Alumni Portraits
The War of Currents

The War of Currents

U of T startup ARDA Power is looking to change people’s ideas about where electricity should come from.

From U of T Magazine
An Affair to Remember

An Affair to Remember

There may be 70 wineries in the Niagara Region, but for Len Crispino, an alumnus of the University of St. Michael’s College (7T2), there is only one Foreign Affair.

From St. Michael`s Magazine
Take a Stand

Take a Stand

Nhung Tuyet Tran, Professor of Southeast Asian History, recounts her experience as a refugee and our responsibility to defend the oppressed.

From Intervals: The UTSC Principal`s Blog
The Medicine of Resilience

The Medicine of Resilience

Lisa Boivin's art illuminates Indigenous power.

From First Nations House Magazine
High-tech Pedagogy

High-tech Pedagogy

Balloon lungs and internal organs of wire and tube. Welcome to Bloomberg Nursing's Simulation Laboratory (Sim Lab).

 

From Pulse: Nursing Magazine