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Secrets of the skulls: UTM anthropology prof studies coy-wolves and early humans

28 Sep 2017 - 2:13pm
Lauren Schroeder

It may seem like a big jump from studying ancient hominins to coy-wolves, but for paleoanthropologist Lauren Schroeder, understanding the hybridization of a modern species may provide important clues about the evolution of early humans.

Probing the pressures on Canada’s Arctic

25 Sep 2017 - 1:02pm
polar bear walking on snow

The key social, economic and ecological challenges affecting Canada’s North were spotlighted last week at the University of Toronto Mississauga’s special event, Canada’s Changing Arctic: Walking on Thin Ice.

Margaret Trudeau shares highs and lows of mental health journey

19 Sep 2017 - 3:17pm
Margaret Trudeau speaking at podium

The importance of facing and treating mental illness was underscored yesterday in a riveting talk at the University of Toronto Mississauga by Margaret Trudeau as she shared a candid, often-humorous account of her journey with bipolar disorder.

U of T grads have one of the best employability outcomes in the world, new ranking says

19 Sep 2017 - 11:02am
students at convocation

Globally in-demand graduates, alumni in leadership roles and high levels of engagement with employers are just some of the reasons the University of Toronto has one of the best graduate employability outcomes in the world, says a new independent study.

Finance minister discusses free tuition, other post-secondary support measures with UTM students

15 Sep 2017 - 2:29pm
Charles Sousa talks to students at UTM

As the Ontario government works to ease the economic burdens faced by post-secondary students, it has reached out for feedback on its efforts from students at the University of Toronto Mississauga.

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