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September 9

U of T mourns the death of Queen Elizabeth II, lowers flags to half-mast

The University of Toronto is mourning the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the longest-serving monarch in British history, who visited the university on numerous occasions. Flags on all three U of T campuses are being lowered to half-mast in memory of the Queen, who died Thursday at Balmoral Castle in Scotland at the age […]

The University of Toronto is mourning the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the longest-serving monarch in British history, who visited the university on numerous occasions. Flags on all three U of T campuses are being lowered to half-mast in memory of the Queen, who died Thursday at Bal... Read More

Canada must step up its support of R&D in science and technology if the country’s innovation economy is to remain competitive globally. That was the key message of a Globe and Mail op-ed by University of Toronto President Meric Gertler and Alan Bernstein, preside... Read More

Canada is a world leader in life sciences research and innovation, but more investment is needed to spur the commercialization of made-in-Canada discoveries, according to the University of Toronto’s Leah Cowen. In a Globe and Mail op-ed, Cowen, U of T’s vice-president, research an... Read More

The latest subject ranking by the independent ShanghaiRanking Consultancy placed U of T in the top 10 globally in eight subjects: sociology (4th); medical technology (6th); psychology (7th); pharmacy and pharmaceutical science (8th); education (10th); finance (10th); public health (10th); and s... Read More


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