Fall 2016

Meet Tenniel Chu

Tenniel Chu standing on a golf course
Laurie Stephens

Bring China to the world. Bring the world to China. This is Tenniel Chu’s mission in life.

Business is Booming in the Borough

Scarborough Civic Centre

Development in Toronto rivals that in Chicago, Los Angeles and even New York. But most of the attention goes to the downtown core, sometimes leaving Scarborough out of the picture.

Nuclear Numbers

Dorian Russell

Ontario Power Generation (OPG) is undertaking a multibillion-dollar project to refurbish the Darlington Nuclear Generating

Keynote

Bruce Kidd

Scarborough may be well known, but it hasn’t been known well. This area of the city has been woefully underserved in terms of public investment—certainly in public transit, economic
development and health facilities.

Big screen on campus

Marquee that reads Scarborough Worldwide Film Festival

U of T Scarborough has rolled out the red carpet (well, maybe not literally) once again for the annual Scarborough Worldwide Film Festival.

Keynote

Image of Bruce Kidd

Scarborough may be well known, but it hasn’t been known well. This area of the city has been woefully underserved in terms of public investment—certainly in public transit, economic
development and health facilities.

Rocky Road

Nick Eyles with boulders on the Rock Walk

Walk on the north side of the Arts & Administration Building and you may stumble into a formidable display of boulders. These aren’t just any old stones. They’re part of the Rock Walk, the latest undertaking of Geology Professor Nick Eyles.

Ready to grow

Image of Jennifer Keesmaat

Any discussion about Scarborough’s future usually ends up in an argument about transit. But if Toronto City Council’s recent decision to build a subway extension and an LRT to U of T Scarborough is realized, the benefit will go well beyond shiny new trains.

Spotlight

Marc Saltzman

Marc Saltzman (BSc, 1993) didn’t go to journalism school, nor did he study computer science or technology at U of T Scarborough. But that hasn’t stopped the Psychology graduate from earning a worldwide reputation as a technology guru.

UTSC Library Maker Space

3-D Printer

Libraries aren’t what they used to be. They still have books, but they’re branching out. Case in point: UTSC’s Makerspace.

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