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A renewed building for Massey College will help sustain one of Canada’s great centres of thought and innovation.
The Centre for Social Justice in Nursing will integrate equity and inclusiveness in nursing education and on the front lines of patient care.
The Critical Digital Humanities Initiative equips scholars with technical and design expertise and fosters collaborations that deepen our understanding of power, culture, and social justice.
The School of Cosmic Future at the Faculty of Arts & Science will examine the fundamental questions facing our species.
The Centre for Healthcare Engineering uses data-driven research to improve health system efficiency and enhance patient care across Canada.
Anchored by U of T's Combined Containment Level 3 lab, the Emerging & Pandemic Infections Consortium (EPIC) will advance Canada’s health security.
Hart House Renewal will make our beloved student centre for arts, dialogue, and wellness even more welcoming and physically accessible.
The Indigenous Research Network connects people and communities to academic, cultural, and spiritual resources.
A new Academic Building at Woodsworth College will dramatically enhance the student experience and strengthen a proud tradition of making higher education accessible to all.
OISE Commons will transform a dated ground floor into a forum for creativity, innovation, and sharing ideas.
The Queer and Trans Research Lab is breaking down barriers, shattering traditional practices, and empowering community activists.
The Student & Youth Mental Health Research Initiative is working with students to ensure they have the support they need to realize their potential—in academia and beyond.
New College Access Awards ease financial concerns, reward excellence, and allow students to participate in all our smaller community has to offer.
Indigenous House at U of T Scarborough will help foster a sense of belonging and connection with rich programming and gathering spaces.
U of T Entrepreneurship combines diverse disciplines to ignite innovative thinking and create companies that improve lives.
The unique Vic Ready program is helping the next generation of leaders prepare for life beyond university.
The Schwartz Reisman Innovation Campus is poised to transform the very heart of AI and bioinnovation in Canada.
The Schwartz Reisman Institute for Technology and Society is asking critical questions about new technologies—and bringing diverse experts together to create human-centred solutions.
The Temerty Centre for Artificial Intelligence Research and Education in Medicine is applying cutting-edge technology to create a healthier future.
The School of Cities is creating solutions for more efficient and equitable cities in an increasingly urbanized world.
The Scarborough Academy of Medicine and Integrated Health will train health-care professionals directly in the region.
The Ted Rogers Centre for Heart Research is collaborating to slow and stop heart failure in patients of every age and background.
The Jay Telfer Forum will combine beauty and technology in the heart of the city’s renowned cultural precinct.
The Novo Nordisk Network for Healthy Populations is developing models for prevention and treatment of chronic conditions like diabetes.
Medicine by Design is harnessing the game-changing field of regenerative medicine to move health care into the future.
As music, television, and film undergo transformational change, the University of Toronto Media Commons is working to preserve a vibrant Canadian cultural trove.
The revitalized MacMillan Theatre, the Faculty of Music's largest performance space, will be a destination in the heart of Toronto.
The Lawson Centre for Sustainability transforms a new student building into a model for a healthier way of living.
Law Access Bursaries ensure that financial need is not a barrier to fulfilling dreams.
The University of Toronto Robotics Institute is merging engineering and computer science to open worlds once beyond our reach.
The Institute for Pandemics is helping to end the COVID-19 crisis—and already preparing for the next global health emergency.
The Institute for Gender and the Economy brings world-leading research to leaders to help dismantle systemic inequities.
A three-storey addition will enhance Innis College as a vibrant, friendly community within Canada’s largest university.
Health Nexus offers researchers an essential bridge of support as they develop game-changing innovations.
St. Michael’s College is creating welcoming and sustainable spaces for generations of students to thrive.
Discovery Pharmacy will be a living laboratory that provides innovative training for students and leading-edge care for our community.
The Data Sciences Institute draws actionable and ethical insights from the vast amounts of information collected around the world.
The CRIB is improving the mental, physical, and spiritual health of Black communities disproportionately affected by homicide.
Creative Destruction Lab helps emerging science- and tech-based companies translate promising ideas into solutions.
The Faculty of Dentistry’s largest patient clinic is improving the health of a vast and diverse population in the GTA and beyond.
The Climate Positive Energy Initiative unites world-leading scholars with industry, community, and government to develop tools that can prevent the most catastrophic impacts of climate change.
The Centre for Medicinal Chemistry has made significant breakthroughs in redefining the methods and economics of drug discovery.
The Black Research Network is forging connections, amplifying world-changing research, and sparking interdisciplinary collaborations between Black scholars.
Behavioural Economics in Action at Rotman ensures that groundbreaking insights and research actually help Canadians.
The Acceleration Consortium deploys self-driving labs to spur discoveries for more eco-friendly products, green energy, and cutting-edge health care.
An instantly iconic new hub for students, faculty, and thought leaders, the Academic Wood Tower will set a precedent for sustainability in a prime location.
The Global Leaders initiative is an innovative undergraduate experience that prepares students to become culturally fluent, empathetic leaders.
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