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What are the memorable moments of UTM? Over the past 50 years countless memories have been created, each one leaving an impression on the cultural and physical landscape of the campus. Read through the memories of our past 50 years below.

Designing healthier cities

5 Dec 2017 - 1:32pm
City of Toronto

In 2008, planet Earth passed a critical threshold. For the first time in our history, more than half of all human beings now live in urban areas, rather than in rural communities. And in Canada, more than 82 per cent of our population currently lives in cities, towns or villages.

Failed Sustainability: An Evening with Bruce Lourie

21 Nov 2017 - 2:02pm
Bruce Lourie speaking at a free public lecture

On November 20, the Riverwood Conservancy and the Master of Science in Sustainability Management Program joined together to host Bruce Lourie for a special evening at the UTM Campus. 140 audience members attended Failed Sustainability: An Evening with Bruce Lourie to learn about the current state of sustainability in Canada and globally, toxins in our everyday life, and to think about what we can do differently to lead healthier lives.

UTM Celebrates 50 Years at Gala

25 Oct 2017 - 9:05am

Almost 200 elegantly dressed guests celebrated UTM’s 50th anniversary in style at a black tie gala Oct. 20 at the Four Seasons Hotel in Toronto.

The evening, marking “the illustrious history of campus from its humble beginnings in 1967 to current day,” included a peek through the lens of incoming Vice-President & Principal Ulrich Krull, at a very promising future, said alumnus Nick Kuryluk, master of ceremonies.

Bank of Canada-University of Toronto-IMI Conference on the Chinese Economy

10 Oct 2017 - 9:28am

The third annual Conference on the Chinese Economy jointly organized by the Bank of Canada, the Institute for Management & Innovation (IMI) and the Department of Economics was held on September 29-30, 2017 at the University of Toronto Mississauga. The conference provided researchers and policy-makers the opportunity to discuss theoretical and empirical perspectives on China’s recent economic growth experience, its transition from a production-based to innovation based economy, and its implications for the global economy.