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.
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.
Usually, you can’t take food into an exam. But UTSC’s Edible History: History of Global Foodways is not your usual class.
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
A new tool designed at U of T Scarborough will make it easier for undergraduate students to get involved in research.
International Development Studies at U of T Scarborough has been recognized as a standout in the 2016 Maclean’s University Rankings.
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.
To many, the job of higher education is to develop informed, thinking citizens. To others, it’s to prepare students for the job market. But why not both?