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Doug McCormick, UTSC grad and Entrepreneur

Doug McCormick is an Ontario Entrepreneur-Of-The-Year recipient and a UTSC graduate

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UTSC classrooms go green

by Kurt Kleiner

UTSC faculty are reducing the environmental impacts of their courses by cutting the amount of paper they use.

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From racing to writing

by Kurt Kleiner

Preet Banerjee writes a money column for the Globe & blogs for the W Network. But the journey to financial guru began with a degree in neuroscience.

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Corneliu Chisu and Hon. John Milloy celebrate opening of new Instructional Centre

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Q & A with the Next Eco-Warrior

Emily Hunter (HBA 2011) only recently graduated from UTSC, but her career as an environmental activist and journalist is already eight years old.

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The Doris McCarthy Legacy

When celebrated Canadian artist Doris McCarthy died almost a year ago, she left most of her papers and many of her paintings to UTSC.

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UTSC’s Instructional Centre officially open

The new Instructional Centre (IC) was filled with VIPs when it officially opened on August 31.

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UTSC committed to building a better community

On September 10, 2011, UTSC alumni volunteered with Habitat for Humanity Build Day

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Classes without Quizzes: POSTPONED

POSTPONED Classes without Quizzes: World Hunger - Crisis and Solutions

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PWR>>Play

It’s the networking event of the year!

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Elliot Noss – President & CEO, Tucows Inc. & UTSC Graduate

Elliott Noss is President and CEO of Tucows Inc., leading the company’s business strategy and vision

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Let’s Play Ball! Honouring Former Head Coach Dan Lang

On September 25, 2011, Professor Dan Lang will be honoured for his contributions to the University of Toronto and to Athletics

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Awards Recognizing the Strength of Our Diversity

Leo van den Thillart and his family establish the first scholarship of its kind at UTSC

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First Classes of UTSC pay it forward by giving back

The first students to ever attend and graduate from UTSC returned to the Scarborough campus to celebrate the First Classes of UTSC reunion

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A gift from Doris

by Kurt Kleiner

When celebrated Canadian artist Doris McCarthy died almost a year ago, she left most of her papers and many of her paintings to UTSC.

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A banner year for SSHRC success at UTSC

by Kurt Kleiner

UTSC faculty were granted more than $1 million in funding in awards announced recently by the SSHRC.

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Gearing up for Orientation

by Emzhei Chen

Classes start on the 8th but there’s plenty going on at UTSC starting today with Orientation 2011.

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NEW RESTAURANTS COMING TO CAMPUS

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Q&A with an Eco-Warrior

Emily Hunter just graduated from UTSC, but her career as an environmental activist & journalist is already 8 years old. We caught up with her...

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Lemurs go out at night

by Kurt Kleiner

It was thought that ring-tailed lemurs curled up & went to sleep at night. But Joyce Parga has proven that they’re up & about when the sun goes down!

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New campus publication on the way

by Kurt Kleiner

UTSC Commons aims to provide a window into the exciting cultural and intellectual life on campus to a broad readership of alumni, friends and more...

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A message from the Principal

Welcome to the September edition of Inside UTSC and to the Fall term.

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New faces

These new staff members have joined the UTSC community since the end of May.

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Interregnum: a conversation piece

We caught up with Ann MacDonald, curator of the Doris McCarthy Gallery, to talk about Interregnum, the artwork in the Instructional Centre.

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Are collective cultures prone to bribery and corruption?

by Kurt Kleiner

Why are some places more prone to bribery and corruption than others? Part of the answer seems to be the level of collective feeling in a society...

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FARMER’S MARKET SURVEY

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NEW DIGITAL SIGNS

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URSULA’S COMING

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PanAm Games facility on schedule for 2015

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Taiwanese students visit UTSC

by Karen Ho

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Summer Institute focuses on climate change

by Kurt Kleiner

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