The New Normal with Maydianne Andrade (Ep. 8): Queering The New Normal

Thursday, August 6 - 2020
What can you learn from equity-deserving groups? How to be resilient? How to thrive – even in an environment that doesn’t affirm your right to existence?  What are the challenges, achievements…

UTSC students share creative ways to deal with lockdown feelings

Wednesday, August 5 - 2020
Life was stressful enough—then COVID-19 added another layer of anxiety to it. As the world shut down, tensions rose with daily case counts and death tolls, and the inability to connect with friends…

Meet the 2020 UTSC Pearson Scholars

Thursday, July 23 - 2020
We're excited to welcome our 2020 Pearson Scholars this September! The Lester B. Pearson International Scholarships at the University of Toronto are awarded to exceptional students from around the…

The New Normal (Ep. 7) – A Crossroad

Tuesday, July 14 - 2020
After months of a global pandemic and weeks of protests against anti-Black racism and police brutality, are we at a crossroads? Check out episode six of The New Normal podcast:

Book exploring institutional racism in South African public education earns top award for UTSC prof

Friday, July 10 - 2020
A professor’s book exploring the enduring legacy of institutional racism on South Africa’s education system has earned a top award from the Canadian Association of African Studies. Professor Mark…

Award-winning writers join U of T Scarborough to teach creative writing, Indigenous literature and oral traditions

Tuesday, June 30 - 2020
Two internationally renowned and award-winning Indigenous writers are joining as faculty with U of T Scarborough’s Department of English this semester. Kateri Akiwenzie-Damm and Randy Lundy join…

Instructional Centre 2 will be a major student hub in the north campus of U of T Scarborough

Thursday, June 25 - 2020
A stunning new building planned for U of T Scarborough will create a major student hub in the north part of campus. Located at the corner of Military Trail and Pan Am Drive, IC-2 will have nearly 18…

Funny you should say: UTSC grad uses humour to bring light to issues in sexually diverse communities

Friday, June 19 - 2020
Arianne Tong has learned humour is often the best way to spread a serious message. “Comedy is a special tool because — if used correctly and responsibly — you can disarm people just enough to…

Introducing our first PhD grads in Clinical Psychology!

Friday, June 12 - 2020
By any measure, it’s a milestone. It’s a personal milestone for Nadia Al-Dajani and Allison Eades, who this week are defending their PhD dissertations. And it’s a professional milestone for their…

The New Normal podcast releases first instalment of two-part episode on anti-Black racism

Friday, June 12 - 2020
Captured on video, the brutal killing of George Floyd has sparked protests against anti-Black racism and police violence around the world. Will the outrage lead to real change this time? “I…

Community initiative aims to put Scarborough restaurants on Toronto’s culinary map

Wednesday, June 10 - 2020
A new initiative sparked by Councillor Jennifer McKelvie (Scarborough-Rouge Park) will include U of T Scarborough’s The BRIDGE, and School of Hospitality, Tourism and Culinary Arts at Centennial…

A pandemic requires an inclusive learning response

Saturday, June 6 - 2020
Just about everyone at U of T Scarborough has had to adjust to remote learning or working from home. But for two students with disabilities, accessible support was necessary to manage the quick shift…