Near and Far: how COVID-19 will affect social interactions

Friday, June 19 - 2020
In the 1970s clip from the children’s television show Sesame Street, Grover – a blue and furry monster – attempts to demonstrate the difference between “NEAR” and “FAR”.1 In trying to make his point…

Karate club still kicking 50 years on

Friday, June 1 - 2018
In September 1968, a young James Hart started a karate club in the Meeting Place. Fifty years later, it is believed to be the longest-running non-academic club at U of T Scarborough.

See what's cooking in the Culinaria Research Centre kitchen

Tuesday, March 20 - 2018
On March 6th, students from the Edible History course prepared and served a variety of curry dishes for the fourth annual Curry Pop-up event. Led by professors in the Culinaria test kitchen…

U of T Alumni Governor teaches girls ‘nothing is more empowering than a woman’s right to choose’

Thursday, March 8 - 2018
As a young girl growing up near Abu Dhabi, Samra Zafar aspired to graduate from an internationally renowned university. Today, she’s a public speaker, author, commercial accounts manager at RBC, and…

Clinical Psychology PhDs making an impact in their placements

Friday, February 16 - 2018
Three PhD students in U of T Scarborough’s innovative Clinical Psychology program have on-site placements that take them to the outer edges of human experience.