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SSHRC Funding for U of T Mississauga researchers

16 Oct 2015 - 1:40pm
Professor Malavika Kasturi

Professor Malavika Kasturi from U of T Mississauga’s Department of Historical Studies is one of 15 faculty members who have been awarded a SSHRC Insight Grant from last October’s competition.

Science Showtime

25 Aug 2015 - 9:56am
ROP students Stephan Singh and David Patch doing science

What exactly is happening when a volcano erupts? How about that climate change? And what is up with the ozone layer?

Last Tuesday, undergraduate students working through the Research Opportunity Program (ROP) with Professors Marc Laflamme and Paul Piunno from the Department of Chemical & Physical Sciences at UofT Mississauga, addressed these questions among others, and treated attendees to their science show, which they intend to take on the road to nearby high schools.

Professor Patrick Gunning is the 2015 McLean Award recipient

24 Aug 2015 - 8:22am
Professor Patrick Gunning

“I am so honoured to have been selected as this year’s winner of the McLean Award, says Gunning, a faculty member in UTM’s Department of Chemical & Physical Sciences. “The award and extra financial support is a generous and much appreciated boon for my lab’s research into novel therapies for cancer treatments.”

Research Opportunity Program Presentations from CPS

14 Aug 2015 - 12:23pm
Learning is fun - Win-Win

Ever wondered what an undergraduate science student might cook up for a summer project?

Come to IB-240 on Tuesday, August 18 from 10 am to 1 pm to find out!

Research Opportunity Program (ROP) students from the Department of Chemical & Physical Sciences working with Professors Paul Piunno and Marc Laflamme will be presenting their summer projects, which involved designing portable experiments to take to high schools as an outreach initiative.

Lab Liaisons 2015: Psychology

10 Jul 2015 - 3:30pm
Chronic Pain slide from Prof. Loren Martin's presentation

Social structures, empathy, stress and pain are all in a day’s work for some faculty members in the Department of Psychology at U of T Mississauga.

These topics were just a slice of the exceptional research showcase presented by Professors Melissa Holmes, Tina Malti and Loren Martin to staff, faculty and students at this year’s Lab Liaisons, which is an annual event hosted by UTM’s Office of the Vice-Principal, Research.

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