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Economics / Business - Campus - 09.11.2021

Social Sciences - Campus - 09.11.2021
Reading the beads: University of Toronto Mississauga researcher examines Indigenous visual storytelling
Reading the beads: University of Toronto Mississauga researcher examines Indigenous visual storytelling
Kristen Bos  initially resisted going into the field of Indigenous studies.

Social Sciences - Campus - 09.11.2021

Campus - 08.11.2021

Campus - 05.11.2021

Campus - Economics / Business - 05.11.2021

Agronomy / Food Science - Campus - 04.11.2021
The UB and Chartier World LAB Barcelona create a chair to promote research on gastronomy and aromas
The UB and Chartier World LAB Barcelona create a chair to promote research on gastronomy and aromas
Institucional The University of Barcelona and the company Chartier World LAB Barcelona have created the UB - Gastronomy and aroma - Chartier LAB Chair.

Campus - Health - 04.11.2021

Environment - Campus - 04.11.2021

Health - Campus - 04.11.2021
The Proof is in the Poop
When early evidence emerged that people with COVID-19—whether or not they have symptoms—shed the virus in their stool, "the sewer seemed like the 'happening' place to look for it," said S

Campus - Pedagogy - 04.11.2021
Admissions lotteries might reduce enrollment of students of color, low-income students and men
Admissions lotteries might reduce enrollment of students of color, low-income students and men
Many advocates for more equitable college admissions policies have called for random-draw lotteries as a simple and transparent way to fix the "problem” of elite college admissions.

Campus - Life Sciences - 03.11.2021

Campus - Computer Science - 03.11.2021

Campus - Economics / Business - 03.11.2021

Campus - Politics - 03.11.2021
Order silencing Florida faculty reflects rising neo-nationalism, scholar says
When Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and the state's Republican-controlled legislature passed a law that restricts voting, critics charged that their goal was to suppress voting by people of color and others who tend to favor Democrats.

Environment - Campus - 02.11.2021
With more than 700 green roofs, Toronto is missing an opportunity to grow its own food: University of Toronto researchers
With more than 700 green roofs, Toronto is missing an opportunity to grow its own food: University of Toronto researchers
A group of University of Toronto researchers are looking at ways to convert Toronto's numerous green roofs into places where people can grow food.