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Temitope
B.Sc. 2014, MSc candidate, Neuropharmacology/psychopharmacology

Temitope

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Student News at U of T 

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Reset, Rebuild, Recover: The Toronto Black Policy Conference returns as a virtual event

Organizers of the Toronto Black Policy Conference, which brings together speakers to reflect on the effects of systemic anti-Black racism in the city, are holding the free, day-long event for the time since the outset of the pandemic.

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Power lies in partnerships, president of Kosovo tells students during U of T visit

“There is power in partnerships. Our power truly lies in the friendships and the partnerships we create around the world. None of us will be successful [against the global challenges we face] unless we really work together.”

That was the message Kosovo’s President Vjosa Osmani shared at the University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy earlier this week.

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After recent award in Elon Musk's XPRIZE contest, U of T students discuss next steps with National Observer

University of Toronto engineering students Celine Xiao and Shijie Liu are part of a team from the Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering that is gaining national recognition for being among the winners in Elon Musk’s XPRIZE carbon removal competition.