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Former senator – and U of T Chancellor Emerita – Vivienne Poy reflects on Asian Heritage Month, 20 years later

May 2, 2022

When Vivienne Poy was appointed to the Senate by Prime Minister Jean Chrétien in 1998, she became the first person of Asian ancestry to sit in the upper house of Parliament. 

Global Lens, Our Community Anti-Asian Racism, Diversity and Inclusion, Alumni, U of T Libraries
nurses attend to a covid-19 patient in a toronto hospital. one of the nurses looks tired and is leaving the room

In a bid to address burnout, U of T-led study examines nurses' work environment during COVID-19

May 2, 2022

Exhausted and burned out, many nurses are leaving the workforce amid an unrelenting surge in care demands over the past two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Breaking Research, Our Community COVID-19, Alumni, Lawrence S. Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing, Research & Innovation
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Quantum physics, planet formation and wrestling: Three U of T researchers awarded 2022 Guggenheim Fellowships

April 29, 2022

For research projects in quantum condensed matter, the cultural history of wrestling and the formation of planetary systems, three University of Toronto scholars from the Faculty of Arts & Science have received prestigious 2022 Guggenheim... Our Community Germanic Languages & Literatures, Centre for Comparative Literature, Astronomy & Astrophysics, Faculty of Arts & Science, Guggenheim, Humanities, Physics

A Garifuna woman hold a sign that reads Las Vidas Garifunas tambien importante

U of T prof's research and advocacy focuses on land grabbing – and those fighting it

April 29, 2022

Sharlene Mollett studies the relationship between land and culture, as well as how gender and race shape access to natural resources.

Global Lens, Our Community Black Research Network, Feminism, Geography, U of T Scarborough
Brenda Cossman

Following #MeToo, U of T law prof makes the case for a 'restorative and transformative model of justice'

April 28, 2022

Before #MeToo called attention to the ubiquity of sexual assault and harassment, University of Toronto Professor Brenda Cossman was charting feminist debates around sex work, revenge porn and sexting, sexual harassment and sexual

Our Community #MeToo, Sexual Harassment, Faculty of Law, Feminism
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New drug shows promise slowing tumour growth in some hard-to-treat cancers

April 28, 2022

Scientists at Sinai Health and the University of Toronto say a new drug designed to block an enzyme essential for the survival of certain cancer cells shows promise in curbing tumour growth.

Breaking Research, Our Community Sinai Health, Temerty Faculty of Medicine, Alumni, Biochemistry, Molecular Genetics, Research & Innovation

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