Fall 2014 - Features
If you've read anything about the architecture of UTSC's first building, the Science and Humanities Wing, you’ve probably seen its style described as “brutalist,” a movement that saw the construction of such large, all-concrete str
Back in the early 1960s, Scarborough was mostly farmland and UTSC was little more than an idea. Not any more.
The last half-century has been a remarkable journey for UTSC. Looking forward, the future is even brighter with more students and research activity than ever before. In UTSC’s master plan, that growth will happen on the North Campus.
Campus and community mean a lot to the students, staff and faculty at UTSC.
“I wanted a program with real-world experience.” Kathleen Chan’s words echo the reasons many students seek out UTSC’s experiential education opportunities, particularly the Co-op program.