U of T launches online archives

27 Nov 2012 - 11:46am
profs with beakers

Film footage of the 1939 royal visit to Hart House and early photographs of Marshall McLuhan and Margaret Atwood are just a handful of the audio-visual treasures captured in a new University of Toronto website that documents the rich history of the institution. 

Industrial Inroads

26 Nov 2012 - 9:38am
Professor Leigh Revers and Eva Furczon and a perfect professional partnership

Eva Furczon has always found innovation in healthcare business very intellectually interesting. So with this pursuit as a driving force, coupled with her passion for forging new ways to facilitate access to innovative medicines, she enrolled in the University of Toronto Mississauga’s Master of Biotechnology (MBiotech) program.

It was while earning this Master’s degree that Furczon (MBiotech 2010) established an active partnership with Professor Leigh Revers, one of the faculty members at U of T Mississauga who teaches in the program.

Celebrating Universal Children's Day

19 Nov 2012 - 2:37pm
Professor Tina Malti

Child's play is strongly encouraged in Tina Malti's lab. But when the play turns into a tug-of-war over a much coveted toy it is time to draw on Malti's expertise in developmental psychology. As the director of the Social-Emotional Development and Intervention lab at U of T Mississauga, Malti has an enduring engagement with the healthy development and welfare of children and youth.

Keeping campus safe

15 Nov 2012 - 10:56am
students at table under trees

An initiative to ensure a safe campus for female students, led by U of T Mississauga in partnership with local women’s shelter Interim Place, received funding yesterday from the federal government.

Federal funding supports U of T Mississauga research, invests in the health of seniors

8 Nov 2012 - 11:01am
Image of Bruce Schneider

Alice Wong, minister of state (seniors), on behalf of Leona Aglukkaq, minister of health, announced funding Nov. 8 at U of T Mississauga for five international research projects to help keep seniors active and improve their quality of life.

The projects, including research by U of T Mississauga professor Bruce Schneider, reflect a diverse range of important issues facing seniors such as continence, hearing loss, assisted living technologies, mobility in urban areas and care in residential facilities.