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U of T to cover tuition for students from nine First Nations communities

The University of Toronto will cover the cost of tuition for students from nine First Nations as part of its efforts to make the university more accessible and inclusive for Indigenous students – and…

Connaught project set to create a roadmap to eliminate anti-Black racism in health care

For the past three decades, Notisha Massaquoi has advocated for the health of Black communities across Canada. In March, the renowned expert in health equity was awarded $250,000 as the inaugural…

What’s new on campus: A look at food, study and outdoor spaces at U of T Scarborough

Walking around the campus this September, you may have noticed a few changes. While some are huge, like opening our new residence, Harmony Commons, others are more subtle. From new places to eat to…

Linguistics prof named special advisor, Black faculty success at U of T Scarborough

Renowned linguistics professor Juvénal Ndayiragije has been appointed Special Advisor, Black Faculty Success at U of T Scarborough.

Grad wins prestigious McCall MacBain Scholarship to study neuroscience at McGill

When she heads to McGill University this fall to pursue her master’s degree in neuroscience, Abigail Ralph (BSc 2023 UTSC) says she hopes it’ll be the first step toward ensuring rare neurological…

Frank Stronach joins U of T Scarborough as newest management executive in residence

Eminent business mogul and philanthropist Frank Stronach will join U of T Scarborough this summer as the newest executive in residence in the department of management. “We are pleased to welcome Mr.…

A day of animals, science and community at the Toronto Zoo with Science Rendezvous

Bunnies, and spiders, and monkeys, oh my!

Mural celebrating Black entrepreneurship and inclusive excellence unveiled at U of T Scarborough

A first-of-its-kind mural celebrating a unique partnership between U of T

‘Her star is definitely on the rise’: Grad creates spaces where equity, mental health and music thrive

Delicia Raveenthrarajan always loved singing and making music — she was 16 years old and recovering from surgery when her passion stopped in its tracks.

Management grad uses double degree to land job as data scientist

Securing a path to a stable career was at the top of Richard Ye’s (BBA 2023 UTSC) priorities out of high school. He searched for university programs in finance and STEM because of the versatile, in-…

This U of T Scarborough grad started university at 13. Now she’s off to Oxford

Charlotte Wargniez is graduating from U of T Scarborough at age 17 following a rapid academic climb that began the day she broke her leg. 

Leaders from U of T and African institutions meet to brainstorm concrete steps for partnerships

When Ernest Aryeetey, secretary-general of the African Research Universities Alliance, said “collaboration opens doors” at a recent forum, he encapsulated why the University of Toronto and leading…