Farah Qaiser

Farah Qaiser
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Max’s Big Ride to embark on third year

This summer marks the third year where Andrew Sedmihradsky (the global mobility coordinator at UTM’s International Education Centre) and his son, Max, will bike...

Water activists take on bottled water

The Wellington Water Watchers are a non-profit organization run by volunteers (largely Guelph-based citizens) whose primary aim is to protect local water and spread...

Celebrating 20 years of UTEHKSA

This year marks the 20th anniversary of the formation of the University of Toronto Erindale Hong Kong Students’ Association at UTM. This coincides with...

View to the U: An eye on UTM research

View to the U: An Eye on UTM research is produced by UTM’s Research Office within the Office of the Vice-Principal. The podcast shares...

Living Library returns with new “books”

On February 16, the Human Living Library returned for a fifth year, featuring books such as Gurveer Bains (a U of T Ph.D. student),...

Alternative Reading Week returns to UTM

The Centre for Student Engagement (CSE) hosted their annual Alternative Reading Week that ran from February 21 to 23, where student volunteers worked with...

TEDxUofT: what does open mean to you?

On Saturday February 18, TEDxUofT returned with their fifth annual conference at the Isabel Bader Theatre. The event featured various speakers (such as UTM’s...

U of T second in Iron Chef Competition

Last Saturday, U of T came in second place in the annual inter-university Iron Chef Competition at New College. U of T was 1.5...

The team behind TEDxUofT’s magic

Next Saturday, TEDxUofT’s fifth annual conference, with the theme “Open,” will take place at the Isabel Bader Theatre, located at the University of Toronto’s...

UTMental returns with a fourth season

The Medium contacted members of the HCC and UTMental’s current vlogging team to learn more about the UTMental initiative and what makes its fourth...

Highlighting Indigenous innovation

Last Monday, the Centre for Student Engagement, in collaboration with Hart House and the Canadian Multicultural Inventors Museum, hosted the “Native Invent: Sharing Our...

The Ph.D. grind: beyond the lab bench

Perhaps the word “scientist” conjures up an image of an individual, huddled in a lab coat, spending hours in a small lab space, hidden...
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