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A safe space to live, study and stay connected: U of T residences prepare for fall semester

July 10, 2020

For many students, living in residence is a key part of the post-secondary experience – a place to be surrounded by the rhythms of university life and make lasting friendships.

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The New Normal with Maydianne Andrade (Ep. 7): A crossroad

July 10, 2020

After months of a global pandemic and weeks of protests against anti-Black racism and police brutality, are we at a crossroad?

Our Community COVID-19 New Normal, Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy, Alumni, Scholars at Risk, Syria, U of T Scarborough
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With a focus on women, U of T researcher aims to raise awareness of Métis issues in Canada

July 9, 2020

An Indigenous scholar’s long-standing research related to Métis women comes at a pivotal moment when understanding and standing in solidarity with people who are oppressed is crucial.

Our Community Indigenous, Metis, Research and Innovation, Sociology, U of T Mississauga
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U of T study finds that tight, revealing workout gear can negatively impact physical performance

July 9, 2020

Wearing tight or revealing workout gear and sportswear may actually have a negative impact on your physical performance, according to a new study by University of Toronto researchers. 

Our Community Faculty of Kinesiology & Physical Education, Research and Innovation

Researchers at U of T use stem cells to grow functional blood vessel cells found in liver

July 9, 2020

An inter-disciplinary team of researchers, funded by the University of Toronto’s Medicine by Design, has generated functional blood vessel cells found in the liver from stem cells – a discovery that offers an opportunity to study the role the... Breaking Research, Our Community Alumni, Donnelly Centre, Faculty of Medicine, Immunology, Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology, Medicine by Design, Molecular Genetics, Research and Innovation, University Health Network


U of T researchers to co-lead national Wildland Fire Research Network

July 8, 2020

Two University of Toronto professors are among the scientists leading the Wildland Fire Research Network – a new, Canada-wide coalition of seven forest-fire researchers at six different academic institutions.

Our Community Climate Change, Forestry, Forests, John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Research & Innovation
Ulli Krull

Ulli Krull transforms U of T Mississauga – and partnerships with the city – during visionary career

July 8, 2020

Ask Ulli Krull how it all got started – the programs, buildings, research, partnerships and city-building that defined his nearly 40-year career at the University of Toronto Mississauga – and he breaks into a grin. 

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Students from U of T Engineering among those working to solve COVID-19 challenges around the world

July 8, 2020

As the COVID-19 pandemic rearranged the plans of students at the University of Toronto over the past few months, one question was on many minds: What can I do to help?

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New U of T measure calls for non-medical masks or face coverings in indoor public spaces

July 7, 2020

To further help limit the spread of COVID-19, the University of Toronto is implementing a temporary measure that calls for non-medical masks or face coverings to be worn inside buildings that are normally publicly accessible.

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