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The University of Toronto’s Neda Maghbouleh seeks to better understand how borders, wars and other geopolitical forces influence the formation of immigrants’ identities.
“My work is fundamentally motivated by unresolved questions about integration, assimilation, and racialization,” says Maghbouleh, an associate professor in U of T Mississauga’s department of sociology.
Nearly a week after the massive explosion in Beirut that killed more than 200 and injured thousands, there is a growing demand for answers about what, exactly, caused the tragedy and whether it could have been prevented.
'Bonding in a way like never before': Online study groups help U of T students connect during COVID-19
With in-person interactions still a challenge during COVID-19, many students at the University of Toronto are turning to Recognized Study Groups (RSGs) as a way to study and connect.
Created by the student success team in the Office of the Faculty Registrar within the Faculty of Arts & Science, RSGs are small study groups of three to six students from the same course who meet weekly to discuss course materials and prepare for tests and exams.
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