New proposal for 90 Queen’s Park – in the heart of city’s cultural corridor
New performance space, a new museum and new academic facilities for the study of civilizations and cultures are all part of a University of Toronto proposal that would create a dramatic new gateway to its downtown campus and a major addition to the city’s cultural district.
Fostering civic pride and debate about the place of Toronto "in the wider world"
From the recent In Memoriam remembrance of 1914-1918, to WorldPride or the Transit of Venus, the University of Toronto plays a key role in creating, organizing and hosting events that draw participants from across the city and around the globe.
"Achieving health equity involves more than providing equitable access to health care"
Students and colleagues at the University of Toronto know her as a social epidemiologist striving to reduce health inequalities. Now, Professor Patricia O’Campo has taken on the role of chair in Intesectoral Solutions to Urban Health Problems at St. Michael’s Hospital.
More than 12,500 students are expected to cross the stage at Convocation Hall this June, receive their hard-won undergraduate or graduate degrees, and join the ranks of the University of Toronto's more than half a million alumni around the world.