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.
Researchers have confirmed the myriad benefits of being physically active—and UTSC has always been a great place for recreation, whether it’s being part of an intramural sport or simply taking a walk in the valley.
Like many students, faculty, staff and alumni at the University of Toronto Scarborough, Associate Professor of Urban Geography Andre Sorensen has made a workout at the new Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre (TPASC) part of
Weekends at the family cottage and wanting to be just like her older sister provided all the opportunity and incentive Paige Schultz needed to get involved in competitive swimming.Three bronze medals in international competition later, the 23-year-old student is busy juggling school and training
Already a world-ranked athlete, Andres Jaramillo decided to tackle another challenge last fall: leave his home in Quito, Ecuador and travel 5,000 kilometres to attend school at the University of Toronto Scarborough.
Various alarms on her phone and a lot of “to do” lists are what keep Corin Metzger, an elite wheelchair basketball athlete at UTSC, from stressing out during her busy school year.
If the Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre needs a full-time resident, Gabriela Estrada would happily sign up.
UTSC’s partnerships with other countries in the Americas are bursting with opportunities.
Antony Nembhard graduated from UTSC in 1998 with an honors degree in English and French, but found he just couldn’t leave the university behind.