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Women face 'double-bind' when applying for jobs in male-dominated fields, U of T researchers find

December 15, 2020

Women applying to jobs in male-dominated fields often try to overcome sexism by altering their cover letters so they sound less feminine.

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A family affair: U of T Engineering students adapt to remote learning

December 15, 2020

Even as a first-year student, Daniel Deza always knew he was going to have friends in the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering – starting with his older brothers Arnaud Deza and 

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Without missing a beat, U of T Mississauga residence choir goes virtual during COVID-19

December 15, 2020

When the University of Toronto Mississauga instituted new COVID-19 protocols on campus, it looked like its residence choir might be silenced indefinitely.

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U of T expert shares tips and best practices for job hunting, virtual networking

December 14, 2020

For many, networking is an uncomfortable experience at the best of times. But what happens when you are stuck at home behind a computer? 

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Gay men may be at greater risk for poor skeletal health: U of T study

December 14, 2020

A new study by a University of Toronto researcher has found disparities in bone health that are associated with sexual orientation, with gay men in particular being at a greater risk.

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Richie Mehta, a U of T alumnus, finds validation in International Emmy win for Delhi Crime

December 14, 2020

Filmmaker Richie Mehta was finishing a project in Delhi when the Nirbhaya (Hindi for “fearless) case broke out.

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Gaming for everyone: U of T’s Faculty of Information makes video games more accessible

December 11, 2020

To create more accessible video games, researchers at the University of Toronto are partnering with major studios, non-profit organizations and influential gamers with disabilities through U of T’s new Accessibility Arcade – as well as an... City & Culture, Our Community Accessibility, Faculty of Information, Graduate Students, iSchool, Video Games

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Mapping history: U of T's Stephan Heblich uses historical maps to understand urban development

December 11, 2020

Stephan Heblich, an associate professor at the University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy and department of economics in the Faculty of Arts & Science,... Global Lens, Our Community Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy, Cities, Economics, Faculty of Arts & Science, Global, Ted Sargent

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Researchers at U of T Scarborough help isolate salmon-killing chemical in car tires

December 11, 2020

Researchers at the University of Toronto Scarborough helped discover a chemical by-product in tires that may be responsible for killing wild salmon.

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