The Pan Am & Parapan American Games are almost here, and UTSC is the site of one of the largest facilities for the event.
Celebrated Canadian author Nino Ricci spent the winter term as UTSC’s writer-in-residence. While on campus, he spent time on his own writing, but also visited classes, ran workshops, held office hours and provided one-on-one manuscript consultations with student writers.
When he was trapped in a municipal building as citizens rioted in northern Ecuador in 2002, UTSC anthropologist Chris Krupa was not thinking about writing a book.
When Steve Joordens stands in front of a large class, he sees not a mass of people, but a chance to build a learning community.
A trio of University of Toronto students and alumni has been chosen to create one of only 32 outdoor artwork installations that will be on display along the Pan Am Path, a project that will transform more than 80 km of city trails into a one-of-a-kind trail that
Though UTSC’s 50th anniversary celebrations have wound down, 16 important new projects will ensure the legacy lives on.
Tourists enjoying the brilliant sun and sand of Tela Bay or other beaches in northern Honduras may be oblivious to an ugly underside of resort development in the region.
Ian Scott (BA,1989; U of T MBA/CA, 1991) has enjoyed two successful careers to date: his first was as a chartered accountant and now he is a lawyer.
Growth has been constant at UTSC for years. With this growth comes exciting opportunities—more students, and new faculty, research and learning facilities, not to mention this summer’s Pan Am & Parapan American Games.
Every year, the blossoms of the Sakura Grove between H-Wing and the Social Science building herald the arrival of spring in spectacular but fleeting fashion.