Innovative pathway program Green Path celebrates 15 years at U of T Scarborough

Tuesday, August 20 - 2019
This year marks the 15th anniversary of the Green Path program, an innovative 12-week pathway program designed to help students from China prepare for first-year studies at U of T.

Alum's start-up looks to bring safe e-scooters to Canada

Tuesday, July 30 - 2019
A U of T Scarborough alum’s start-up is racing toward its goal: introduce electric scooters (e-scooters) in a way that is safe, legal and tailored to Canada. 

Ever wondered about these berries on campus? Here's a hint, they're delicious.

Tuesday, July 9 - 2019
You might not have noticed, but anywhere you go on campus, you’re not far from a serviceberry tree. Native to Canada, there are quite a few of them on campus, and throughout the city. On campus,…

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,…

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…

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.

First Indigenous artist-in-residence combines narration and drawings in exhibit

Wednesday, June 12 - 2019
To experience the exhibit by U of T Scarborough’s first Indigenous artist-in-residence, participants had to both look and listen. 

Scarborough’s Agincourt is a now a renowned Asian food hub – but its historical rise was marked by racial tension

Friday, June 7 - 2019
Agincourt is renowned as an Asian culinary hotspot in the GTA, but as U of T historians point out its rise to prominence was marred by tensions – and in some cases resistance.    

Inked @ U of T Scarborough: Judy Brunton

Tuesday, June 4 - 2019
Judy Brunton's support for mental health is written on her body. 

#AsianHeritageMonth: Student inspired by parents' migration story leads her to public policy

Wednesday, May 29 - 2019
It was during a co-op placement with Ontario Public Service that Vicky Vuong first realized the impact of policy making in shaping peoples’ lives – especially when it comes to access to social and…