U of T leads national dialogue to address anti-Black racism in higher ed
Vice-President and Principal, University of Toronto Scarborough Wisdom Tettey is coordinating a national forum with universities and colleges across Canada to address anti-Black racism in... Read more
U of T researchers receive federal funding for COVID-19 projects
Since early June, more than 7,000 refugees and displaced persons have arrived in the African nation of Uganda, most fleeing violence in the Democratic... 旋风加速器官网链接
AI fuels boom in investment and jobs in Canada, report says
Canada’s artificial intelligence sector is fuelling innovation, job creation and private sector investment – and University of Toronto researchers and entrepreneurs are playing a central... Read more
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