In true University of Toronto tradition, UTSC students have demonstrated a penchant for activism through campus activities.
While the natural setting of the UTSC campus supports all manner of wildlife, spotting Toronto Blue Jays is a rare and exciting event.
It was a mystery no scientist had ever solved, but thanks to the assistance of a network of “citizen scientists” spread across North America, UTSC Zoologist Fred Urquhart finally found the answer, to global acclaim.
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.
Just in time for the new school year, UTSC now has a new athletic facility.
UTSC Associate Professor Marc Cadotte can’t wait to translate his passion and knowledge of urban ecosystems into tackling important environmental issues.
Campus and community mean a lot to the students, staff and faculty at UTSC.
The search for life on planets outside our solar system may be more difficult than previously thought according to a recent study led by UTSC Assistant Professor Hanno Rein.
Chinese is now the third most commonly used language in Canada and the demand for translation services is exploding in a number of fields.
“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.