Rick Salutin proposes a solution to plagiarism in this week's column of But I Digress.
The fall 2012 edition of SDS, the newsletter for the Mark S. Bonham Centre for Sexual Diversity Studies, is now available. Click here to read all the latest Centre news, as well as feature stories on Prof. Michael Cobb and graduate student Rebecka Sheffield.
On October 1University College officially opened the UC sUCcess centre! Designed to support students' academic and personal success, the centre provides easy access to essential campus services by bringing them directly into the College. UC students will have the opportunity to meet with an International Student Advisor, participate in career development workshops, attend programming provided by Health & Wellness, or speak with an onsite Social Worker.
Health Perspectives is the Undergraduate Journal created by students with the support of the Health Studies program. Health Perspectives provides students with an opportunity to share their academic work with a larger audience, and to generate discussion within the Health Studies academic community.
Have you been looking to get more involved at U of T? Are you looking for more than just sitting in a classroom? This is your chance to become more involved with your peers and enhance your university experience. Holding a position on an academic union is an excellent chance to improve your resume or graduate school application profile. Not to mention, it's fun! The Health Studies Students' Union would like to invite those interested to nominate themselves for election to the Health Studies Students' Union.
Recent University College graduate Madeleine Bisson (BA 2012 UC) plays a lead role in the film Foxfire: Confessions of a Girl Gang, which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival this week. Bisson credits landing the role in the highly improvisational film to her training in the UC Drama Program. Read a full interview with Bisson at U of T Magazine.
University College has been recognized as one of the world's most spectacular university buildings by British newspaper The Telegraph. The College, described as imposing in its Romanesque Revival style, ranks alongside the venerable and visually stunning Oxford, Cambridge, and Harvard Universities.