Publications, Research and Student Projects
Prof Anup Grewal receives JHI funding for China Studies Working Group
Congratulations to Prof Grewal on receiving funding from the Jackman Humanities Institute for a new Emerging Interventions in Contemporary China Studies working group!
This working group is a forum for those engaged in China studies, from a variety of disciplines, at both
Prof Chen to join Peking University as International Visiting Lecturer
Congratulations to Professor Li Chen who will be joining Peking University’s prestigious Institute of Humanities and Social Science as one of several International Visiting Lecturers during his research and study leave in the upcoming fall. During his visit, he will
A community centre in the heart of Scarborough is growing fresh vegetables for its food bank
Snap peas are among 26 kinds of vegetables grown at the Centre for Immigrant and Community Services (CICS) for its food bank, served weekly alongside canned goods, dry goods and dairy products to 210 families. The greenhouse and gardens produce about 1,700 pounds of food per
Hunger Pains: Food bank use in Toronto is soaring. Can a U of T Scarborough lab help?
Read about how Prof Jayeeta Sharma’s Feeding City Lab is working with food banks, farmer’s markets, restaurants and community organizations in their pursuit of their goal to transform the current, unjust food system into a sustainable, equitable one where food insecurity no
Eighteen students nominated for 2022-23 Anita Fitzgerald Prize in Women's and Gender Studies
Congratulations to all of the nominees for the 2022-23 Anita Fitzgerald Prize in Women's and Gender Studies! This monetary prize is for the best written work (i.e.an essay or report) or project (i.e. in other media) by a University of Toronto Scarborough student written/created
Kaitlyn Nicol receives UTSC Library Undergraduate Research Prize
Congratulations to Kaitlyn Nicol on on being chosen to receive the U of T Scarborough Library Undergraduate Research Prize for 2023 for her project, “To “open up the vacant Crown lands”: Surveys, Property, and Settlement Along the Bobcaygeon Colonization Road (1840s to 1880s)
Prof Guberman receives PPG for sexual harassment literature review
Congratulations to Prof Connie Guberman on receiving the UTSC Pedagogical/Professional Development Grant (PPG) to work on a literature review, Sexual Harassment/Sexual Misconduct in Universities: Prevalence, Impacts, Strategies for Change.
Over the past 20 years, much work has
Prof Michael Gervers hosts "The Effects of War on Higher Education in Ethiopia" round table
On 22 November 2023 the Department of Historical and Cultural Studies (HCS) at the University of Toronto Scarborough sponsored a round table webinar entitled “The Effects of War on Higher Education in Ethiopia.” The objective of this round table, and now the video recording
Dr. Aarzoo Singh received SCA Award for WSTC02H3
Dr. Aarzoo Singh received a Student Centered Action Award for the final class of her WSTC02H3 Feminist Qualitative Research in Action course this past week where students were treated to delicious snacks, and presented their final research projects to their peers and invited
HCS West Hallway Mural Complete
Spotted some colour in the MW building lately? That's right, the mural in the HCS west hallway is complete! The mural was painted by artist Mo Thunder, Indigenous Academic Advisor & Career Support, Brittney Jaikaran, and a team of Indigenous students. We would like to thank