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U of T Scarborough undergrad earns prestigious Rhodes Scholarship

Sapolnach Prompiengchai, a fourth-year neuroscience student at U of T Scarborough, has received a prestigious Global Rhodes Scholarship from the University of Oxford. Prompiengchai, who got the good…

‘A place where I could express myself’: New grad reflects on time at U of T Scarborough and role with the RCMP

A first-generation Filipino-Canadian, Alfonso Ralph Mendoza Manalo entered Global Asia Studies to learn about important political issues in the Philippines and other parts of Asia. It gave him an…

U of T Scarborough co-op networking opportunities this September

Start and end your day on September 27 with networking opportunities for employers and U of T Scarborough co-op students.  Starting at 8:30 a.m., the U of T Scarborough Department of Management and…

Video games are popping up across academia, and this resource is a new kind of tutorial

Video games aren’t so different than books, and a new resource is proving they can be studied the same way. 

Fresh off speaking at UN, new grad Bhanvi Sachdeva heads to New York to study public policy

The final months of university are busy for every graduate. But not every graduate needs to schedule in addressing the United Nations. That’s what Bhanvi Sachdeva (BSc 2023 UTSC) was occupied with in…

Groundbreaking partnership will boost inclusive entrepreneurship and innovation in Scarborough and the Eastern GTA

The new Sam Ibrahim Centre for Inclusive Excellence in Entrepreneurship, Innovation and Leadership at University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC) will take the region’s innovation ecosystem to the next…

Canada has a shortage of BIPOC stem cell donors — thousands of students are raising the alarm

Mai Duong was dying and could not get the stem cell transplant she needed. Diagnosed with leukemia, she’d already had to terminate a pregnancy to start chemotherapy.

UTSC students enjoy Scarborough Shooting Stars game thanks to free ticket giveaway

A new tradition at U of T Scarborough began when hundreds of tickets to the Scarborough Shooting Stars’ (SSS) final home game were donated to students.

‘Everyone has the ability to be a leader’: UTSC grad works to advance opportunities for equity-deserving communities

Vanshika Agarwal is determined to use her voice to level the playing field in business.  “Leadership for me means that everyone can be a leader in some capacity. I want to make an impact and help…

Students dispel myths about homelessness by creating 400 educational campaigns

Students in a U of T Scarborough psychology course created hundreds of public awareness campaigns to get young adults to challenge myths around homelessness.

Stories come to life at human library event, where the books are people

Alum Shuya Huang calls her journey a “not-so-typical immigrant story.”  

How to manage exam stress in the ‘new normal’

Exams are largely switching back to in-person — your strategies for managing stress may need a change-up too.