UTM researchers awarded $1.4 million in federal funding

23 Nov 2017 - 2:30pm
Jessamyn Schertz

Professor Jessamyn Schertz is one of 16 University of Toronto Mississauga faculty members to receive a total of more than $1.4 million in grants from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC).

Regardless if it is "tomato" or "to-mah-to", pronunciations are of particular interest for Schertz, who works in the Department of Language Studies.

Celebrating Excellence at UTM

22 Nov 2017 - 12:04pm
Recipients of the 2017 Excellence Awards stand together in the Faculty Club

U of T Mississauga recognized excellence in research, teaching and staff service at the the 2017 Excellence Awards reception, which took place in the Faculty Club on November 14.

Vice-President & Principal Ulrich Krull hosted the packed annual event which recognizes the outstanding work of UTM staff, faculty and teaching assistants. “Today we celebrate those people from our community who have done particularly well,” he said. “These individuals are the best among us, who are building our community and making it a better place.”

Krull installed as UTM principal

17 Nov 2017 - 1:57pm
Ulrich Krull speaks at podium during installation

With pomp, circumstance and a colourful exchange of robes, Professor Ulrich Krull was officially installed Thursday as the ninth principal of U of T Mississauga, in a ceremony filled with warmth, laughter and Krull’s “boundless energy”.

Sexual Violence Prevention and Support Centre opens at UTM

17 Nov 2017 - 12:06pm
Ulrich Krill and Paula Lam cut a blue ribbon strung across a doorway

U of T Mississauga hosted an open house and ribbon-cutting ceremony on November 14 to officially open the Sexual Assault Prevention and Support Centre on campus. The centre, which launched in June, is one of three located across the university’s three campuses. Sexual violence prevention and response coordinators offer confidential support to students, staff and faculty experiencing sexual violence.

U of T ranks among top five public universities for global employability: Times Higher Education

16 Nov 2017 - 1:06pm
stone U of T crest

Even before graduation, Julianna Paprakis had her pick of job offers – enough, in fact, to say no to Google.

The University of Toronto computer science graduate’s success on the job market is no anomaly. U of T grads are considered top candidates in the eyes of employers around the globe, a new university ranking suggests.