Andrew Mitrovica (BA 1983 Victoria) is a journalism instructor, writer and media commentator. For the majority of his career, he has been an investigative reporter.
New degree program designed to promote understanding between Christians and Muslims
Mellon Foundation grant will bring leading post-doctoral scholars to U of T’s Jackman Humanities Institute
Toxic elements in most city-grown vegetables are at acceptable levels, according to a new study. But be careful of the eggplant!
Happiness is often a component of a good life. But it’s not the only one
What does Canada stand for now? Have we lost our international reputation as a nature-loving, peacekeeping haven for newcomers?
U of T has helped train many of Canada's top diplomats
Could Canada's path to superpower status be a number's game?
U of T science students are learning how to turn their high-tech ideas into products the world wants
With his company Bump Top, Anand Agarawala is transforming the computer desktop
Sonya Amin's medical animation company has doubled its revenue almost every year since its inception
Darren Anderson wants his nanotech company, Vive Nano, to become one of the next global chemical giants
Neena Kanwar says her company, KMH Cardiology and Diagnostic Centres, is committed to quality patient care, short wait times and state-of-the-art technology
Shawn Qu's Canadian Solar is already one of the world’s largest solar energy companies. Ten years from now he wants it to be an industry leader
Francis Shen credits luck, good ideas, timing and avoiding complacency for his success with Aastra Technologies
New device provides better "masking" for tinnitus sufferers
Will the Internet help bring democracy to Iran? Professor Ron Deibert and the Citizen Lab champion free speech and human rights online
Ron Deibert's inclination to thumb his nose at authority started young
Journalist Andrew Mitrovica meets one of In Cold Blood’s reticent Clutter sisters
Professor Nigel Edwards received a liver donation from a former grad student