When pets become pests: how the exotic pet trade is worsening the problem of invasive species

Thursday, July 4 - 2019
The exotic pet trade is contributing to the introduction of invasive species all over the globe – and unless something is done soon, more native species and their habitats will pay the price.  

U of T ranked in top 10 globally in nine subjects by influential Shanghai Ranking Consultancy

Tuesday, July 2 - 2019
The University of Toronto ranks among the top 10 universities in the world in subjects as diverse as psychology, finance and geography, according to the latest Academic Ranking of World…

UTSC project among seven U of T researchers awarded $3.8 million in grants to benefit economy, environment

Wednesday, June 26 - 2019
Seven University of Toronto researchers working with industrial and institutional partners have been awarded funding from the federal government for projects ranging from new medical diagnostic tools…

Congrats to the class of #UofTGrad19

Monday, June 24 - 2019
Congratulations, class of 2019! From showing off Raptors pride, family photos in front of University College, and of course those with faculty and mentors, U of T Scarborough's…

Pride weekend kicks off at U of T Scarborough

Friday, June 21 - 2019
It's the start of Pride weekend!  U of T Scarborough staff, faculty and students gathered in front of the Art & Administration building today to celebrate the raising of the "more colour,…

U of T leads Canadian universities, ranks among top institutions worldwide in QS World University Rankings

Wednesday, June 19 - 2019
A stellar academic reputation helped secure the University of Toronto’s position as one of the top post-secondary institutions in the world in the latest QS World University Rankings. The…

Want to know how to get the highest grades at U of T? Here are some tips from someone who did.

Tuesday, June 18 - 2019
Jiali Pan (BSc ’19) came to U of T Scarborough — and Canada — through the Green Path Program from China nearly four years ago. He had to adapt to a new country and learning environment. He’s now…

“Don’t limit yourself”: UTSC co-op student relishes opportunity as a mature student

Monday, June 17 - 2019
When Deanna Toews made the decision to “retool and regroup” three years ago at the age of 46, she was both nervous and excited about returning to school.  

Singer, activist, philanthropist Buffy Sainte-Marie receives U of T honorary degree

Monday, June 17 - 2019
She’s won an Oscar, appeared on Sesame Street and her songs have been covered by everyone from Elvis Presley to Janis Joplin. Her music was even blacklisted by the U.S. government in the 1960s.…

Graduate dedicated to changing her community through education

Friday, June 14 - 2019
One of Diane Hill’s biggest goals in life is to build a career that lets her support her community through education.

How The Mi'kmaq Friendship Song connected one staff member to her community

Friday, June 14 - 2019
Juanita Muise first heard The Friendship Song in the early 90s at a gathering her uncle planned with family and community members in Newfoundland.