There will be an informal conversation on Feb 9th. This will serve as a safe space for conversation and listening, rather than political discussion, of the recent events in the US and Canada. Do come out if you are interested!
The Community Development Council Durham (CDCD) and Durham Mental Health Services (DMHS) are conducting a Point-in-Time (PiT) Count of the nature and extent of homelessness in the Durham Region and they are looking for survey volunteers - who are 18 or older. There are several predetermined locations throughout Durham Region (Pickering, Ajax, Whitby, Oshawa, Scugog,... Continue Reading →
The Sustainability office and the UTSC library marketplace will be hosting an exciting event over the February reading week called the “UTSC Sustainability Maker challenge 2017”. This challenge focuses on collaborating with other students to find multiple solutions to as many of the sustainable development goals as possible. This straightforward yet complex challenge involves a... Continue Reading →
Today was GIS day! Students, faculty, and professionals gathered to talk about contemporary issues within the discipline of GIS and learned how relevant the subject is to studying and planning cities/human geography. Thank you for all those who came out to the event!
GCSA had their Annual Career and Networking Event last night! It was full house in the Ralph Campbell Lounge with five wonderful speakers as well as our faculty and students. Here are some pictures from the informative and social night. Thank you for all those who attended and helped make the event such a success!
GCSA is hosting their annual career & networking event on November 15th in the Ralph Campbell Lounge from 6:30 to 8:30pm! Tickets will only cost $5 for a classy, fun, and beneficial event! This event is a great opportunity for all students to build their network and interact with not only recent graduates... Continue Reading →
This past weekend GCSA successfully held their first event of the year: Get Away with GCSA. The camping trip allowed everyone on the team and in the department to gain a better sense of community whilst participating in various activities including hiking, swimming, kayaking, canoeing, and star gazing. Look out for more of our events throughout... Continue Reading →
UTSC's very own Thomas Dybowski was featured in the Metro Newspaper for his idea on improving Toronto's housing prices, you can read more here.
Get away with GCSA the last weekend of September and enjoy a 3 day/2 night camping trip at Pinery Provincial Park! Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to purchase tickets. There are limited spaces so purchase quick, hope to see you there! Location: Pinery Provincial Park Date: September 23-25, 2016 Price: $50 - includes transportation,... Continue Reading →