The Hidden Epidemic

Prof. Esme Fuller-Thomson researches the devastating effects of child abuse on health. Now she wants to ensure all survivors get the help they need

Is Child Abuse Linked to Cancer?

Chances of developing health problems are greater for childhood abuse survivors

Bringing Science Back

Can alumna Kirsty Duncan rejuvenate Canadian discovery and innovation?

On Being a Woman in Science

Canada’s minister of science Kirsty Duncan wrote about her experiences as a young scientist in Hunting the 1918 Flu

Scaling Up

Tiff Macklem helped steer the Bank of Canada through the financial crisis, making it the envy of its global peers. Now, he aims to place the Rotman School among the world’s best

Joseph Rotman Was One of U of T’s Greatest Champions

The business visionary offered U of T not just donations but ideas and leadership

“Take Your Best Shot!” 2016 Photo Contest Winners

Dozens of superb entries from around the world, few easy decisions for the judges

The Globally Engaged University

An international strategy to build on U of T’s distinctive strengths

Feedback!

Fan tweets for U of T alum Jonathan Sun, a word about “transgenderism,” and kudos for our summer cover story

An Historic Investment in Canadian Science and Innovation

$190 million will be spent upgrading U of T’s research labs

Rainbow Connection

U of T was decked out in bright colours in June to celebrate Pride

The Inner Lives of Gang Members

Professor Randol Contreras spends time with the Maravilla in Los Angeles

Skule

Where did this misspelled moniker come from?

A Mystery Intruder at UTM?

A new mobile game helps orient first-year students to the Mississauga campus

Poll: How Many Languages Do You Speak?

U of T students typically know at least two. That’s deux, dos, or dois

Helping Undergrads Refine Their Skills

New feedback tools from engineering will help students home in on weaknesses – and strengths

“The Oldest Profession in Canada”

Students in Laurie Bertram’s class explore a history that’s often hidden

The Art of the Deal

U of T Art Museum’s Barbara Fischer talks about the merging of two campus galleries – and what it means for visitors

Revitalizing University College

Leslie Noble donates $50K to the UC restoration project

Alumnus Leaves Landmark $20-million Bequest to U of T Engineering

Hart Professorships will boost early-career research and more

Hungry for Hazardous Waste

How pollution-eating microbes could help clean up toxic sites

Investigating Media Bias

Visible minority political candidates get short shrift from newspapers, study finds

Vertical Forest

Can skyscraper condos be turned into lush green spaces?

The Risk of Innovating First

How should companies respond to technological disruption?

Introduction to The Disruption Dilemma

Professor Joshua Gans makes a case for disruption with Encyclopaedia Britannica

Brewed to a T

Using robotic technology, an engineering student lets tea drinkers create their perfect cuppa

When Memory Fails

Understanding how we learn and make memories will lead to better treatments for Alzheimer’s disease, says Brain Prize winner Graham Collingridge

Know Thy Selfie

Think you take great pics of yourself? Think again

The Cost of “Painless” Payment

Making purchases by card and smartphone instead of cash changes our perception of value — and that could spell trouble for consumers

“The Stars Are Aligning for Our Nation”

Margaret Froh is the first woman to lead the Métis Nation of Ontario

Pop-up Bike Lanes and Other Bright Ideas

How Robin Mazumder is helping to build better cities

Battling a Health Emergency

Heather Johnston helps combat AIDS in Malawi as president of Dignitas

A Tale of Two Rodeo Stars

Brendan Bowles explores the nature of friendship in his award-winning story

Anything’s Possible When Someone Believes in You

A tough-but-fair professor allowed this alumna to thrive in engineering

Build It and They Will Come

A whole house made out of toy bricks? Kids of all ages love this anthropology grad’s designs

“As an Openly Gay Muslim, I’m Terrified of the Muslim Community”

U of T grad Shawn Ahmed condemned the Orlando shooting on social media and hoped his fellow Muslims would do likewise. Instead, many condemned him

60 Seconds with David Sugarman

Ontario Science Centre guy gets a charge out of explaining the natural world

Carl Mitchell’s Outstanding Service

Former president of the U of T Alumni Association has left a lasting impact

In Memoriam: Paula Goering

This U of T alum and prof helped people grappling with mental illness and homelessness

For Whom the Bell Tolls

The Soldiers’ Tower carillon creates a unique U of T soundscape

Category: Autumn 2016