On Friday, March 16, students enrolled in UC One and University College’s three interdisciplinary programs (Canadian Studies, Cognitive Science and Health Studies), and Drama Studies presented their research, practicum and course work at Research and Practice Day.
Hundreds of people turned out Sunday as the University of Toronto's Indigenous Studies Student Union hosted their second annual powwow.
An augmented reality app produced by Canadian Studies students has received the Lieutenant Governor’s Ontario Heritage Award for Youth Achievement from the Ontario Heritage Trust.
“If you look at the history of a word, meanings of that word tend to shift or extend over time,” says Yang Xu, an assistant professor in the department of computer science and University College’s cognitive science program. “The question is: Why is this happening? How is it happening? And whether there are computational algorithms we can leverage to make predictions about the historical development of word meanings.”