Events by Month
The University of Toronto Mississauga is excited to welcome two of Toronto’s most engaging artists Casey Mecija & Vivek Shraya for a tri-campus series of events featuring film, music and dialogue.
The Centre for Global Change Science Distinguished Lecturer Series is pleased to welcome Dr. Arthur Gessler from the Swiss Federal Research Institute WSL who will discuss how stable isotope techniques can give insights in the fate of newly assimilated C in plants and ecosystems on the one hand and water uptake and use on the other hand.
You are invited to a special International Women's Day Event hosted by the Department of Historical studies, Women & Gender Studies on Monday March 3, 2014.
* Lee Maracle - Author and Traditional Teacher
* Susan Blight - Artist, Activist, Educator and Radio Host
* Jamais Dacosta - Writer and Radio Producer
The last day to cancel an Annual UTM student parking permit and receive a pro-rated refund is FRIDAY MARCH 6, 2015 by 4:00pm. For pro-rated refund amounts, please check the UTM Parking Website: http://www.utm.utoronto.ca/parking.
No refunds will be issued for annual student permit cancellations made after Friday March 6, 2015.
Clocks exist everywhere in our bodies—including the brain, heart and liver—to help us keep track of time and to control our daily bodily functions. These “biological clocks” explain the urge to take an afternoon nap or why our blood pressure fluctuates throughout the day. Clocks that tick properly are essential to good health.
Feel the rush of flying down the slopes at Chicopee Tube Park. Join us on March Break for unforgettable fun outdoors and warm up before you hit the hills with our 'winter warm up' chili and pasta buffet.
The Department of Language Studies in collaboration with The Jackman Humanities Institute Program for the Arts, invite you to a public lecture by Professor Michael Cooperson:
"Haunting the Secular: Language, Nation, and Religion on Maltese Television."
Tuesday, March 24, 2015
University of Toronto Mississauga
Join us for Dinner with 12 Strangers at The Wilcox Gastropub, a brand-new place nestled in central Mississauga. Sit down to dinner with 12 strangers and leave with 12 new University of Toronto Mississauga alumni connections. You'll even meet restaurant co-owner and UTM alumnus Joseph Le.
In one of the great shifts of the twenty-first century, most immigration in North America and Europe has moved from the inner city to the suburbs.