Davis labs receive $17 million upgrade

22 Jan 2018 - 4:20pm
Fume hoods in chemistry laboratory

A $17-million renovation project has overhauled the infrastructure serving the Davis Building’s “wet” scientific laboratories, sweeping away outdated technology and setting the stage for energy-efficient, modern and future-ready lab space. The funding is part of the Lab Innovation for Toronto (LIFT) project, announced in July of 2016.

A new year brings new funds

22 Jan 2018 - 10:26am
Professor Vincent Kuuire

Professor Vincent Kuuire from the Department of Geography is one of 11 emerging scholars at UTM who has received funding from the Research and Scholarly Activity Fund (RSAF) from the Office of the Vice-Principal, Research (OVPR). The funds will support his project, "Understanding the occurrence of infectious diseases and non-communicable diseases in rapidly evolving urban environments."

Read All About It: UTM novelist named to CBC top fiction list

19 Jan 2018 - 4:55pm
Author Carrianne Leung

As the interim Student Success Co-coordinator, Academic Initiatives with U of T Mississauga’s Office of Student Transition, Carrianne Leung’s work days are filled with the details of projects like coordinating Exam Jam, and overseeing utmONE and utmONE Scholars courses.

Renovation Update: What's happening at the Meeting Place

19 Jan 2018 - 3:31pm
This rendering shows the new entrance to the Davis Building at UTM

Renovations to one of U of T Mississauga’s original buildings are officially underway with the beginning of major renovations to the William G. Davis Building. Built in 1972 and formerly known as the South Building, Davis was the second building constructed for Erindale College.

Toronto lands on Amazon's HQ2 short list – and that's exactly where it belongs: U of T experts

19 Jan 2018 - 2:36pm
sign at Amazon headquarters

Toronto is one of 20 North American cities – and the only one in Canada – still being considered by online retail giant Amazon for its second North American headquarters. But experts at the University of Toronto say that doesn’t mean T-dot, to borrow a dated moniker, is a long shot – far from it, in fact.