Scholarly Success: Rebecca Horne

6 Sep 2018 - 11:07am
PhD student in Psychology Rebecca Horne

Romance & Relocation

A Q&A with recent Vanier winner, Rebecca Horne UTM psychology grad student 

The project she will undertake for the Vanier award examines a particular sacrifice one partner might have to make for the other over the course of their relationship: relocating for a job opportunity.

Calling all Academics - The Conversation Canada wants your input

17 Aug 2018 - 12:33pm
The Conversation Canada

Earlier this year The Conversation Canada presented at a conference for research administrators, and they gave evidence to support that they engage a huge audience, attracting more than 10.7 million users per month to The Conversation (all editions), and a readership of 50 million through republication of its articles by more than 22,000 media outlets worldwide, yielding a global reach of 38.2 million readers a month through Creative Commons republication and growing. 

Animated Academia

17 Aug 2018 - 8:32am
Image of two Smarti Gras presenters, Kristen Zimmer and Alexia Vassos

The UofT Mississauga community came together to celebrate the excellent work being done by its young research community in the annual Smarti Gras, which showcases undergraduate research that takes place over the summer months.

Now in its third year, Smarti Gras, which is organized by the Office of the Vice-Principal, Research, with support from the Office of the Dean and UTMAGS, kicked off its 2018 program with nine oral presentations from a range of departments including Biology, Chemical & Physical Sciences, English & Drama, Geography, and Psychology.

Connaught Funding supports U of T Mississauga research

5 Jun 2018 - 5:00pm
Image of Professor Lauren Schroeder

Professor Lauren Schroeder from the Department of Anthropology is one of 16 UTM researchers who are benefitting from UofT’s Connaught Funding Program.

New episode of VIEW to the U podcast

2 Jun 2018 - 9:20am
Photo of Professor Lindsay Schoenbohm

On this episode of VIEW to the U, Professor Lindsay Schoenbohm talks about her work that uses the landscape to read tectonics, with tectonics being the process that affect the properties and the structure of the Earth’s crust and its evolution over time.