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Students and staff from three InVEST projects participating in an intercultural learning session held July 16, 2020. Left to right, top to bottom: Tobi Edun, Professor Elham Marzi, Anuli Ndubuisi, Malama, Laura Williams, Mohamed Mbarouk, Matt Jagdeo, Sampanna Bhattarai, Chao Wang, Maryam Naqi, Rayni Li, Ali Khan, Carlos Qixiao, Jenny Li. (Photo courtesy Elham Marzi)

How to work effectively when your team is both global and virtual

A crowd spills along Bloor street after a transit disruption in November 2009. U of T Engineering research have designed an algorithm that they say can more efficiently dispatch buses to deal with downed subway lines. (Photo: Sweetsop, via Flickr)

Is there a better way for transit systems to deal with service disruptions?

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Survey Camp construction underway

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Connecting with: Loui Pappas

CHarhay at 75 The Esplanade Condo, June 25, 2020

Connecting with: Chris Harhay

CivMin winners of COVID-19 Student Engagement Awards

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Congratulations Class of 2T0 and 1T9+PEY

In busy areas where maintaining a two-metre distance from others isn’t possible, or is challenging, the university will assess and install protective measures such as Plexiglass barriers and sneeze guards (photo by Johnny Guatto)

Six ways U of T plans to keep students, faculty and staff safe on campus this fall

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Connecting with: Mike Buckley

CivMin's Professor Baher Abdulhai

Five U of T engineers elected into the Canadian Academy of Engineering

Joe Tiernay plays guitar by his garage as his Kick Kovid to the Kurb Koncert. (Photo courtesy Joe Tiernay)

Connecting with: Joe Tiernay

Prof. Marianne Hatopoulou

Modelling the health benefits of electric cars