Shifting gears: How data science led Madeleine Bonsma-Fisher from studying germ models to bike lanes
Peter Hurley receives the 2023 Chancellor’s Leadership Award as a Distinguished leader
U of T-supported startup Xanadu aims to lead quantum computing sector
Experts gather at U of T to discuss Canada’s new National Quantum Strategy
U of T Physics and Astronomy Alumna Katharine Hayhoe Receives an Honorary Degree from Wycliffe College
Katharine Hayhoe won’t say that the climate crisis is insurmountable, but she will say that solving it depends on convincing people it’s a problem that affects them. That includes those in politically conservative communities in the U.S. where opinions often lean toward climate skepticism over climate action.
Gratitude inspired Arts & Science alumnus David B. Fraser to mentor students and colleagues
Kind, genuine and incredibly modest, Arts & Science alumnus David B. Fraser was more interested in lifting up the next generation of scientists and researchers than focusing on his many accomplishments, including securing more than 75 U.S. patents.
From Mars exploration to Earth conservation: alumni mentor Julius Lindsay helps physics students navigate career options
When asked how he developed an interest in physics, Faculty of Arts & Science alumnus Julius Lindsay laughs. “I was — am— a big Star Trek and Star Wars nerd,” he says. “I’ve always been interested in math and science, but Grade 8 was a watershed year for me.”