A COVID-19 fall planning update that includes updated information on in-person instruction was shared by Acting Vice-President and Provost Trevor Young and Kelly Hannah-Moffat, vice-president, people strategy, equity, and culture. Read the memo
Stories Published This Week
“It's important for girls to see strong, powerful female bodies represented." UTM alum and Olympian Alicia Brown is a CAN Fund #150Women recipient. Read more
U.S. president Richard Nixon changed the global monetary system overnight when he unhitched the U.S. dollar from the value of gold. On the 50th anniversary of that decision, economics professor Angelo Melino comments on the consequences of Nixon's historic "dirty float" tactics, via MSN Money.
Data brokers are tracking you and selling your info: Digital enterprise program director Brett Caraway talks to the Financial Post about the digital privacy laws protecting Canadians.
Could Toronto's basement apartments become 'less livable' in the future? Physics professor and climate scientist Kent Moore spoke to Narcity about how climate change may impact urban residents.
A Psychology Today story on fad diets features research by Janet Polivy, a professor emeritus of psychology. She finds "false hope syndrome" fuels unrealistic expectations of self-change in people who diet and is strongly exploited by the diet industry.
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