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Lab Liaisons: Anthropology

1 Aug 2014 - 9:05am
Professor Esteban Parra

From ancient civilizations to Vitamin-D studies and excavating human remains, the latest Lab Liaisons, highlighting the Department of Anthropology at U of T Mississauga, covered a lot of ground.

On Wednesday, July 30, staff and faculty were treated to a special showcase of work being done by three Anthropology faculty members, Professors Parra, Smith and Rogers, in the Research Office’s annual Lab Liaisons.

U of T Mississauga Receives $2.3 Million in NSERC Discovery Grant funding

27 Jun 2014 - 2:29pm
Professor Angela Lange

In addition to his Discovery Grant, Professor Patrick Gunning from the Department of Chemical & Physical Sciences was awarded an NSERC Discovery Accelerator Supplement for $120,000 over three years to support his project, “Controlling Protein Complexation and Cellular Localization using Novel Molecular Therapeutics.”  The Accelerator Supplement “aims to provide substantial and timely additional resources to accelerate progress and maximize the impact of outstanding research programs” according to NSERC’s website.

Lab Liaisons: July 30, 2014

23 Jun 2014 - 3:06pm

We will become better acquainted with the inner operations of the laboratories of Professors Esteban Parra, Tracy Rogers and David Smith from UTM's Department of Anthropology.

DATE: Wednesday, July 30
TIME: 2-3 pm
PLACE: IB-120

Everyone is welcome to attend, so pass along the word to your colleagues. 

Connaught Fund 2014

27 May 2014 - 1:26pm
Jennifer Carlson

Researchers at U of T Mississauga will get a funding boost to support projects that range in varied topics from illegal gun smuggling at the Windsor-Detroit border, to evolution and early stages of animal life, and to reasoning and desire in the Victorian novel. 

Overall the New Researcher program provided over $920,000 to 53 faculty members across the university. To see the full list and article, please refer to the Research News section of the U of T website. 

Book Bonanza

11 Apr 2014 - 9:35am
Professor Jan Noel

Last Thursday in front of a large gathering in the Faculty Club, Ian Whyte averred his passion for books. “Personally, I love books. I read anything and everything, and, being an academic librarian, that’s probably a good thing,” declared Whyte, U of T Mississauga’s Chief Librarian. With this intro he helped to kick off UTM’s inaugural Celebration of Books.

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