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

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
Warrior for Peace

Warrior for Peace

U of T physicist Ursula Franklin staunchly opposed weapons of mass destruction. Today, her work remains as relevant as ever.

From U of T Magazine
The CEO of 2040: The Leadership Landscape of the Future

The CEO of 2040: The Leadership Landscape of the Future

Looking ahead 25 years, CEOs will have to be more innovative, entrepreneurial, empathetic and risk savvy than their predecessors.

From Rotman Management Magazine
How to Be in the World: The Power of Yes

How to Be in the World: The Power of Yes

As Wendy Cecil finishes her term as Victoria University's chancellor, she shares her advice for living a happier, more fulfilling and productive life.

From Vic Report
What Lies Beneath

What Lies Beneath

An archaeological excavation at University College reveals similarities in student life past and present.

From University College Magazine
A Modern-Day Medicine Woman

A Modern-Day Medicine Woman

How U of T Med student Celina Nahanni plans to make healthcare more accessible to Indigenous patients.

From First Nations House Magazine
What Do Hip Hop and Beowulf Have in Common?

What Do Hip Hop and Beowulf Have in Common?

Alumnus Gilbert Perkins (MBA 2011) uses urban music to teach students about literature.

From U of T Magazine
The Sounds of Science

The Sounds of Science

Where musical theory meets science and technology.

From U of T on YouTube
Industrial Design

Industrial Design

Professor Patrick Gunning and the Centre for Medicinal Chemistry are revolutionizing how cancer drugs are created.

From M: The UTM Magazine
Combining the Two Routes to Creativity

Combining the Two Routes to Creativity

In the realm of creativity research, there are two schools of thought: the ‘tension’ view and the ‘foundational’ view. Rotman Professor Sarah Kaplan discusses how to combine both views in pursuit of enlightened brainstorming.

From Rotman Management Magazine
The Life of Rajiv

The Life of Rajiv

Pop culture fans remember Rajiv Surendra (BA 2009 St. Mike’s) for his hilarious turn as Kevin G, the rapping “mathlete” in 2004’s Mean Girls. In his new memoir, Surendra writes about his six-year attempt to nab the lead role in Life of Pi.

From U of T Magazine
Understanding the suburbs through Mallopoly

Understanding the suburbs through Mallopoly

Developing ways to make our suburbs more livable, humanly scaled, and civically oriented through a game of territorial agglomeration.

From Daniels Faculty of Landscape, Architecture, and Design