Professor exploring how cloud computing, AI is changing the game for small businesses

Wednesday, May 22 - 2019
As information technology (IT) became cheaper and more common, many experts believed it would level the playing field for small businesses and allow them to compete with industry giants. 

Inked @ U of T Scarborough: Shaun Young

Friday, May 17 - 2019
Shaun Young, instructor in the Department of Political Science

Inked @ U of T Scarborough: T.L. Cowan

Thursday, May 16 - 2019
T.L. Cowan, assistant professor in the Department of Arts, Culture and Media On T.L.

Inked @ U of T Scarborough: Lewis Kaye

Wednesday, May 15 - 2019
Lewis Kaye, lecturer in the Department of Arts, Culture and Media Lewis Kaye's tattoos are all pieces of art that h

PhD student wins award for research on Inuit knowledge of environmental change

Tuesday, May 14 - 2019
Megan Sheremata is a PhD candidate in the Department of Physical and Environmental Science. U of T Scarborough PhD candidate Megan Sheremata has won a $15,000 award which recognizes women in the U.S.

Inked @ U of T Scarborough: Shana Ye

Tuesday, May 14 - 2019
Shana Ye, assistant professor, Women's and Gender Studies Ye's largest tattoos are of Persephone on her right inne

Inked @ U of T Scarborough: Adon Irani

Monday, May 13 - 2019
Adon Irani, educational technology supervisor in the Centre for Teaching and Learning Adon Irani’s two half sleeves tell a story of his past and present, or as he puts it, his “inheritance and…

Buds in bloom: Take a look at the sakura trees at U of T Scarborough

Friday, May 10 - 2019
Every year, when the weather starts to get warmer, we eagerly await the arrival of sakura, the soft pink and delicate Japanese cherry blossoms that mark the arrival of spring. At U of T Scarborough…

WHY I CHOSE UTSC: Nana Efia Acquah — from Ghana to Scarborough

Thursday, May 9 - 2019
Nana Efia Acquah says she doesn’t think twice about tapping a classmate on the shoulder and asking for help, even if she has never met them. 

Computer science prof and undergrad duo explore social phenomena on Reddit and GitHub

Tuesday, May 7 - 2019
When we log on to any social media account, we are immediately immersed in our chosen groups, forums, events and conversations. But how does the nature of our engagement with online communities…

WHY I CHOSE UTSC: Student who left Syria finds new community at UTSC

Tuesday, May 7 - 2019
Christine Arkilo can’t recall a single moment when she knew the civil war had come to her hometown of Aleppo, Syria. It’s something that gradually changed every day as things got worse. “It started…