UTSC researcher looks at the causes – and effects – of workplace racial harassment

Thursday, November 14 - 2019
Our places of work can, for better or worse, mirror society as a whole. In the same way stressors like racial harassment and discrimination in society affect individuals, in the workplace it also has…

What role do heroic fables play in movies about investigative journalism?

Tuesday, November 12 - 2019
In one of the most iconic scenes in All the President’s Men (ATPM), a mysterious figure emerges from the shadows of a deserted parking garage. He tells Bob Woodward, a young, hungry reporter, “Just…

It’s time to start thinking about transit as a social justice issue

Thursday, November 7 - 2019
Canada is on the cusp of some major disruptions to its transportation systems.  

#UofTGrad19: U of T Scarborough gives new grad solid foundation for law school

Thursday, November 7 - 2019
Although the U of T Scarborough Fall Convocation took place on Nov. 6, Valerie Tan (HBA, 2019) didn’t have the opportunity to cross the stage at Convocation Hall to receive her diploma. Instead, she…

#UofTGrad19: Convocation means back to business for Christian Cordero

Wednesday, November 6 - 2019
Christian Cordero, who graduates in Nov. 2019 with a bachelor's degree in business administration (BBA), is a doer. So, it should come as no surprise to anyone who knows him that during his…

Being conscientious is one of the strongest predictors of success in the workplace, UTSC study finds

Monday, November 4 - 2019
Organizations are always looking for the ingredients that make a good employee, with many turning to personality tests as a means to find out.  Now, a U of T Scarborough study suggests one of the…

Scarborough artist displays love of baseball and community in latest DMG exhibit

Friday, November 1 - 2019
A stroke of serendipity brought Jalani Morgan back to his childhood while crafting his recent exhibit. The artist was scouting baseball diamonds throughout Scarborough when he came across…

These monkeys could shed some light on how human social organization became so complex

Wednesday, October 30 - 2019
A new U of T Scarborough study has uncovered a new type of social organization in primates – one that may help further our understanding of human evolution.    

Innovative chatbot by U of T Scarborough students combines AI, blockchain into financial technology

Monday, October 28 - 2019
This past summer, 75 U of T Scarborough students designed innovative chatbots to answer questions on Canada’s growing financial technology (FinTech) industry. The project was unique for several…

Species in the Amazon evolve slower than those in North America, UTSC research finds

Thursday, October 24 - 2019
Since 2009, Jason Weir, professor in the Department of Biological Sciences, has travelled into the Amazon rainforest to play songs to hundreds of birds.

U of T climbs two spots in U.S. News & World Report global university rankings

Wednesday, October 23 - 2019
The University of Toronto has climbed two spots to 18th in the world in the latest U.S. News & World Report global university rankings. The 2020 edition of the research-focused…

Pieces of home: What UTSC students brought with them to residence

Thursday, October 10 - 2019
Moving away from home can be a challenge, and for many university students living on campus it’s their first experience living on their own.  But that doesn’t mean you can’t bring a piece of home…