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Kevin Kim

Kevin Kim

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  • Associate Features Editor (2018/19)

Contributions

Discussing PI, teaching, and awards with Zingaro

In commendation of the stellar teaching that is exhibited by new professors at U of T, an honor dubbed the Early Teaching Career Award...

Discussing radicalization among young men

Last Tuesday, the political science department at UTM in collaboration with the Office of the Dean presented their Annual Public Affairs Lecture hosted by...

Springing our clocks forward one hour

With the clocks springing forward last Sunday March 10th for Daylight Savings Time, some may wonder what practical use the now long-standing tradition holds....

Insight into Features:

Kevin Kim, Associate Features EditorAs a fresh, bright-eyed student at UTM much like so many others, my first year...

Exploring ethics and video games

UTM’s Experiential Education Unit and Office of the Dean have collaborated with Mississauga’s Library System to host lectures meant to display contemporary research occurring...

Celebrating Caribbean Cuisine and Culture

In accordance with Black History Month, the International Education Centre (IEC) collaborated with Caribbean Connections to present an event celebrating the cuisine and culture of...

Study analyses preferred accents & kids

The field of developmental psychology is a complex one, where new and insightful breakthroughs are still being made today. It is no wonder that...

Crossing borders to provide medical aid

Within U of T, there are boundless opportunities for students to act on whatever passion they wish. Some students desire to help others in...

Dr. Rennet inside the classroom & out

The Mathematical and Computational Sciences Department has been gaining traction at a rapid pace, which will likely continue for as long as the...

Using human health for breadth credits

Many students often find the hunt for distribution credits to satisfy UTM’s graduation requirements to be tedious at times. To graduate from the university,...

U of T develops leadership

From November 22 to November 24, students from across Canada convened at the University of Toronto St. George Campus for the Canadian Conference on...

Talking Canada-U.S. relations

Last Friday, POL203: Politics and Government of the United States, a course offered at UTM that focuses on the politics of the U.S. and,...

Mingling at “Meet the Grad Students”

Last week, the Erindale Biology Society (EBS) and the Erindale Chemical and Physical Sciences Society (ECPS) collaborated on a “Meet the Grad Students” event...

Fish reproductive fitness

Last Friday, Dr. Ryan Frankowiak, a professor from Queen’s University, gave a talk titled “Two sides of the same coin: Disentangling adult and offspring...

Improving student skills by testing teachers

This October, the Progressive Conservative government introduced new legislation that requires prospective teachers to write a compulsory math assessment before being eligible to receive...

Are you a match for Marell Tomeh?

Although many cancer patients fear relapse, Marell Tomeh, a former undergraduate student at UTM, never thought that her cancer would return. Diagnosed in 2013...

Atheism and secular thought in Islam

Secularity, the concept of keeping ideas and thoughts separate from religious beliefs, presents itself in many forms, and is accepted in varying degrees throughout...

Could the method alter the meaning?

Last week’s “Classes without Quizzes” event featured Dr. Adriana Grimaldi, a lecturer in the department of language studies, discussing the connection between philosopher Niccolò...

Discussing PI, teaching, and awards with Zingaro

In commendation of the stellar teaching that is exhibited by new professors at U of T, an honor dubbed the Early Teaching Career Award...

Discussing radicalization among young men

Last Tuesday, the political science department at UTM in collaboration with the Office of the Dean presented their Annual Public Affairs Lecture hosted by...

Springing our clocks forward one hour

With the clocks springing forward last Sunday March 10th for Daylight Savings Time, some may wonder what practical use the now long-standing tradition holds....

Insight into Features:

Kevin Kim, Associate Features EditorAs a fresh, bright-eyed student at UTM much like so many others, my first year...

Exploring ethics and video games

UTM’s Experiential Education Unit and Office of the Dean have collaborated with Mississauga’s Library System to host lectures meant to display contemporary research occurring...

Celebrating Caribbean Cuisine and Culture

In accordance with Black History Month, the International Education Centre (IEC) collaborated with Caribbean Connections to present an event celebrating the cuisine and culture of...

Study analyses preferred accents & kids

The field of developmental psychology is a complex one, where new and insightful breakthroughs are still being made today. It is no wonder that...

Crossing borders to provide medical aid

Within U of T, there are boundless opportunities for students to act on whatever passion they wish. Some students desire to help others in...

Dr. Rennet inside the classroom & out

The Mathematical and Computational Sciences Department has been gaining traction at a rapid pace, which will likely continue for as long as the...

Using human health for breadth credits

Many students often find the hunt for distribution credits to satisfy UTM’s graduation requirements to be tedious at times. To graduate from the university,...

U of T develops leadership

From November 22 to November 24, students from across Canada convened at the University of Toronto St. George Campus for the Canadian Conference on...

Talking Canada-U.S. relations

Last Friday, POL203: Politics and Government of the United States, a course offered at UTM that focuses on the politics of the U.S. and,...

Mingling at “Meet the Grad Students”

Last week, the Erindale Biology Society (EBS) and the Erindale Chemical and Physical Sciences Society (ECPS) collaborated on a “Meet the Grad Students” event...

Fish reproductive fitness

Last Friday, Dr. Ryan Frankowiak, a professor from Queen’s University, gave a talk titled “Two sides of the same coin: Disentangling adult and offspring...

Improving student skills by testing teachers

This October, the Progressive Conservative government introduced new legislation that requires prospective teachers to write a compulsory math assessment before being eligible to receive...

Atheism and secular thought in Islam

Secularity, the concept of keeping ideas and thoughts separate from religious beliefs, presents itself in many forms, and is accepted in varying degrees throughout...

Could the method alter the meaning?

Last week’s “Classes without Quizzes” event featured Dr. Adriana Grimaldi, a lecturer in the department of language studies, discussing the connection between philosopher Niccolò...

Are you a match for Marell Tomeh?

Although many cancer patients fear relapse, Marell Tomeh, a former undergraduate student at UTM, never thought that her cancer would return. Diagnosed in 2013...
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