Professor Kimberly Strong receives the Royal Society of Canada’s Willet G. Miller Medal
Kimberly Strong, chair of the Faculty of Arts & Science’s Department of Physics and a leading authority in global atmospheric research, has received the prestigious 2022 Willet G. Miller Medal from the Royal Society of Canada.
Professor Yong-Baek Kim among Arts & Science scholars named Fellows of the Royal Society of Canada
For their achievements in disciplines reflecting the depth and diversity of the Faculty of Arts & Science, five researchers and scholars have been named Fellows of the Royal Society of Canada (RSC).
Kimberly Strong awarded 2021 Patterson Distinguished Service Medal
Kimberly Strong, chair of the Department of Physics and a leading authority in global atmospheric research, has been awarded the 2021 Patterson Distinguished Service Medal by the Meteorological Service of Canada.
Professor Juna Kollmeier has been honoured as the 2022 Jacques Solvay International Chair in Physics
TRIUMF welcomes inaugural Richard E. Azuma Undergraduate Summer Fellow Gabby Gelinas
TRIUMF would like to welcome to the lab Gabby Gelinas, one of the inaugural recipients of the Richard E. Azuma Undergraduate Summer Fellowship.
Professor Jason Harlow is the Recipient of a 2021-2022 Faculty of Arts & Science Outstanding Teaching Award for his Exemplary Teaching
The A&S Outstanding Teaching Award recognizes excellence in undergraduate and graduate education with a focus on classroom instruction, course design and curriculum development.
Professor Yong-Baek Kim Awarded 2022 Guggenheim Fellowship
180 scientists, writers, scholars, and artists were honored across 51 fields.
Xanadu Award 2022
Milica Banic is the 2022 Xanadu Award Recipient
Professor Yong-Baek Kim Awarded 2022 Simons Fellowship
Professor Kim was awarded the fellowship for his project "Emergent Quantum Phases in Strongly Interacting Quantum Matter".
Amar Vutha among U of T's 33 new or renewed Canada Research Chairs
The program supports exceptional work across a wide variety of fields. At U of T, that includes everything from marine epidemiology and precision medicine to research into sustainable bioproducts.