Finance minister discusses free tuition, other post-secondary support measures with UTM students

15 Sep 2017 - 2:29pm
Charles Sousa talks to students at UTM

As the Ontario government works to ease the economic burdens faced by post-secondary students, it has reached out for feedback on its efforts from students at the University of Toronto Mississauga.

Giving Day aims to help undergraduate students

14 Sep 2017 - 9:27am
Andrea and Raman

24 hours. 50 years. One Boundless promise.

On Thursday, Sept. 14, the University of Toronto Mississauga is holding its first-ever Giving Day, a unique opportunity for donors to support undergraduate students and celebrate UTM’s 50th anniversary year. Over a 24-hour period, UTM is aiming to raise funds to establish the 50th Anniversary Boundless Promise Award, helping students make history long after they graduate.

Ancient amphibian had mouthful of teeth ready to grab you: UTM research

13 Sep 2017 - 10:02am
Larger dinosaur attacks smaller dinosaur in illustration

The idea of being bitten by a nearly toothless modern frog or salamander sounds laughable, but their ancient ancestors had a full array of teeth, large fangs and thousands of tiny hook-like structures called denticles on the roofs of their mouths that would snare prey, according to new research by paleontologists at the University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM).

NSERC grants awarded to UTM researchers

11 Sep 2017 - 9:49am
Professor Dehan Kong

Professor Dehan Kong is one of 15 faculty members at U of T Mississauga to have been awarded a Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) Discovery Grant (DG). He has the added distinction of being awarded a Discovery Accelerator Supplement, which means he’ll receive an extra $120,000 for the next three years to support his project, “Novel Statistical Methods with Application to Imaging Genetics.”

From Ghana to the GTA: UTM geography prof studies health care access and immigration

11 Sep 2017 - 9:28am
Ghanian woman carries basket of groundnuts on her head and a baby on her back

How will aging populations change policies in Sub-Saharan Africa? Is access to maternal health care making a difference for women in Ghana? Does having deep roots in one’s homeland help new immigrants assimilate in a new country? These are just a few of the questions that drive the research of Vincent Kuuire, a new assistant professor of geography at U of T Mississauga.