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From left to right: Cheryl Regehr, Vice-President and Provost, Matthew Sergi, (with daughter Clio Glenn-Sergi) Anne McGuire,, and Toula Kourgiantakis, in the Gallery Grill

U of T faculty recognized for enhancing student experience at annual Excellence in Teaching Reception

Inside a crowded Hart House Gallery Grill, the University of Toronto recognized some of its best and brightest teachers – and asked them to help further improve the U of T student experience.

The reception, held every year, recognizes faculty members who have won teaching-related awards from U of T and external institutions.

Portrait of Azizur Rahman

U of T study reveals building blocks of coralline algae off the coast of Newfoundland and Labrador

A study by University of Toronto researchers reveals new insights about a molecular mineralization process that creates coralline algae, which grow in rock-like clusters on the ocean floor, and the marine plant’s response to climate change.

The growth patterns of coralline algae, which often form the structural base for coral reefs, can provide important information about past climate events and how aquatic organisms are reacting to new conditions caused by global warming. 

Technoscience Research Unit members Reena Shadaan, Kristen Box, Ladan Siad, Michelle Murphy and Vanessa Gray

App that tracks pollution incidents developed by Indigenous-led U of T technoscience lab: Toronto Star

An app developed by the University of Toronto’s Technoscience Research Unit (TRU) will track and report pollution from oil and chemical industries near Aamjiwnaang First Nation in southwestern Ontario.

The Toronto Star explores the origins of the Pollution Reporter app, a project led by TRU researcher Vanessa Gray and her sister. Users of the app can fill out pollution reports in real time and send the information by email to the provincial environment ministry. 

U of T is one of Canada’s top employers

We are proudly recognized as one of Canada's Top 100 Employers (2019), Canada's Best Diversity Employers (2019), Canada's Greenest Employers (2019), Canada's Top Family-Friendly Employers (2019), Greater Toronto's Top Employers (2019) and Canada's Top Employers for Canadians over 40 (2019).