Spring 2016

The Right Call

Alek Krstajic
Donna Paris

 

CONSIDER THIS:

You negotiate the successful sale of a company for more than a billion dollars. Then what? Jet off to a new adventure every week? Move to a desert island? Retire to Florida?

Inspired by Nature

Cross-section of Environmental Science and Chemistry Building
Patchen Barss

University of Toronto Scarborough’s new 10,220 square-metre Environmental Science and Chemistry Building (ESCB) connects teaching and research labs with administrative offices, centred around a sunlit atriu

Are You Experienced?

Student Leo Li with Professor Francisco Estrada
Laurie Stephens

We’ve all heard of the young job-seeker's catch-22: You need experience to get work, but you can’t get experience without the work.

FROM THE SIX TO THE CITY OF LIGHT

Constantina Varlokostas

Five months in Paris sounds like a pretty good gig, and for Constantina Varlokostas, her work term in France really got started during her local Co-op placement.

A TASTY MIDTERM

Usually, you can’t take food into an exam. But UTSC’s Edible History: History of Global Foodways is not your usual class.

BETTER TRANSIT AT LAST!

It could be transformative for U of T Scarborough—a new city—wide transit plan that would substantially improve access to the campus. The plan includes a 17-stop extension of the Eglinton Crosstown LRT, which would end at UTSC

CATALOGUING UNDERGRAD RESEARCH

Undergraduate student looking into microscope

A new tool designed at U of T Scarborough will make it easier for undergraduate students to get involved in research.

Keynote

A mosaic at the University of Heidelberg depicts the trivium that was part of the medieval higher education system: Latin Grammar (including literature), rhetoric (which also covered law) and logic.

HIGH PRAISE FOR IDS

International Development Studies at U of T Scarborough has been recognized as a standout in the 2016 Maclean’s University Rankings.

Telling the stories of UTSC

text image reading Stories of UTSC

A special endeavor called the Scarborough Oral History Project shares stories of immigrant women, of community elders, of people who’ve led dramatic lives.

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