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Ulrich Krull appointed as new VP-Principal at UTM

27 Jun 2017 - 4:41pm
Professor Ulrich Krull

Professor Ulrich Krull, currently serving as Interim Vice-President and Principal, has been appointed the new Vice-President & Principal of the University of Toronto Mississauga, U of T announced today.

The appointment, a three-year term, begins July 1, 2017.

Game On: How one UTM prof is using board games in the classroom

22 Jun 2017 - 4:55pm
Students playing a board game

On a sunny spring morning, about a hundred students are clustered around tables in the Faculty Club at U of T Mississauga. They are talking quietly and punching numbers on calculators. There are quiet sighs as they weigh their options—diversify infrastructure? Buy more resources? Form a syndicate to shut out competitors?

Tri-Campus Sexual Violence Prevention & Support Centre opens at U of T Mississauga

21 Jun 2017 - 4:15pm
Stone crest on an ivy-covered wall

The University of Toronto Tri-Campus Sexual Violence Prevention and Support Centre is now open at its three locations.

Crime and Punishment: UTM prof studies early American prisons

21 Jun 2017 - 9:24am
Interior view of now-decrepit Eastern State Penitentiary

U of T Mississauga assistant professor Ashley Rubin has been fascinated with prisons since her undergraduate years. Rubin, who joined UTM’s Department of Sociology in 2016, studies the evolution of penal systems in America and England from the seventeenth century through the early twentieth century, with a focus on the societal factors that create changes in penal practices.

UTM honours retiring faculty, staff and librarians

19 Jun 2017 - 10:37am
Retirees at reception in Innovation Complex

Every year, UTM honours members of its community as they retire from years of outstanding service on campus. At a packed reception Thursday in the Innovation Complex Rotunda, Interim Vice-President and Principal Ulrich Krull led a ceremony to celebrate the achievements and legacy of these faculty and staff members. The crowd, including family and friends of the retirees, listened as each person was introduced by a colleague.

This year, the campus thanked:

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