News & Announcements
UCRSEA is pleased to announce that its book, Urban Climate Resilience in Southeast Asia, is finally out of press.
UCRSEA is pleased to announce that its book, Urban Climate Resilience in Southeast Asia, is finally out of press. Co-edited by Prof. Amrita Daniere (University of Toronto) and Dr. Matthias Garschagen (United Nations University), it features the work of young scholars and graduate students who have been involved in the Partnership whose research focused on […]
Research by Prof. Steven Farber and PhD student Jeff Allen shows one million urban Canadians suffer from ‘transport poverty’
Stranded without transit? U of T researchers say one million urban Canadians suffer from ‘transport poverty’ (U of T News)
Prof. Alexandra Flynn provides insight on the potential for Indigenous treaties to lead to reconciliation
Let Indigenous treaties — not the duty to consult — lead us to reconciliation (National Post)
Prof. Anna Kramer discusses the idea of ‘under-population’ in Canada. (CBC Radio)
Fewer children walking to school Metrolinx report finds (Toronto Star)
The Department of Geography & Planning is now accepting applications for September 2019 admission to graduate programs. Please see the Graduate Geography and Graduate Planning pages for further details. The deadline to apply for all programs is January 21, 2019.
Toward a City Without Barriers: Prof. Ron Buliung describes how his daughter Asha’s life with a wheelchair profoundly changed him – and his research
Justin Murfitt, MSc Geography student, wins the June Scott Teaching Excellence Award for Teaching Assistants
Justin Murfitt (Masters Supervisor: Laura Brown, UTM Geography) has won the June Scott Teaching Excellence Award for Teaching Assistants for his exceptional work as a TA in UTM’s courses in GIS, quantitative methods, and physical geography. The objective of the June Scott Teaching Excellence Awards for Teaching Assistants is to recognize publicly the contributions, which teaching assistants make […]