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U of T remains in top 25 of universities with best reputations worldwide

16 Jun 2017 - 9:16am
three students chatting while sitting outside on rocks

The University of Toronto again ranks among the best global universities when it comes to reputation, according to the Times Higher Education’s World Reputation Rankings 2017

To compile the ranking, THE asked scholars to name universities they believe are the best for research and teaching, based on their own experience.

UTM celebrates three Boundless community members

15 Jun 2017 - 10:28am
Sven Spengemann, Candice Jay and Robert Gillespie

U of T Mississauga recently celebrated three Boundless community members—Robert Gillespie, Candice Jay and Mississauga-Lakeshore MP Sven Spengemann—at the Alumni Awards of Distinction.

Say the yeast: UTM's Richard Kil places second in nationals of Three Minute Thesis competition

14 Jun 2017 - 9:35am
Richard Kil

Years of scientific research, hundreds of references and a thesis spanning over a hundred pages – Richard Kil crammed all this work into a speech about the length of a Taylor Swift single.

Kil, a PhD candidate in the department of chemistry whose lab is at U of T Mississauga, placed second nationally in the Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition, which challenges graduate students to explain their research to a lay audience in less than three minutes.

Coming to a Theatre Near You!

14 Jun 2017 - 9:29am
Professors Jacob Gallagher-Ross, Alexandra Gillespie, and Larry Switzky from UTM's Department of English and Drama

The Department of English & Drama is spearheading an interdisciplinary project to establish a digital performance environment at U of T Mississauga.

Professors Jacob Gallagher-Ross, Alexandra Gillespie, and Lawrence Switzky are the first to be awarded the jointly sponsored University of Toronto Mississauga / Jackman Humanities Institute Annual Seminar funding.

Shattering Stigma

13 Jun 2017 - 11:58am
Nolan Anderson speaks to HRH Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge

As class valedictorian, Nolan Anderson ended his undergraduate years at UTM on a high note. But it almost didn’t turn out that way for the psychology graduate, whose first year elsewhere ended disastrously in hospital with a mental health crisis. Living at home again in Mississauga, Anderson eased back into his studies, beginning with part-time courses at UTM.

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