The following is a list of University of Toronto experts who can comment on a variety of issues related to Pride. *Please see list of upcoming U of T PRIDE events on and off campus David Rayside, Professor Emeritus with the Faculty of Arts and Science Expertise: LGBT rights in Toronto, History of violence and hate against the community in the city Tel: (416) 978-8155, (647) 973-8087 Email: david.rayside@utoronto.ca Rinaldo Walcott, Associate Professor of Sociology Expertise: Intersection of black and queer identities Email: rinaldo.walcott@utoronto.ca Ed Kucharski, LGBTQ Health Education Faculty Lead at the University of Toronto, Professor Faculty of Medicine Expertise: Improving Health for LGBTQ Patients, LGBTQ health part of U of T medical school curriculum Email: ekucharski@sherbourne.on.ca *Read his recent comments here Donald Ainslie, Principal of University College Expertise: History of gay movement in Toronto Tel: (416) 978-7516 Email: uc.principal@utoronto.ca, donald.ainslie@utoronto.ca

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Below is a selection of recent press releases. For all the latest news please visit www.utoronto.ca/news

October 19, 2017

New Program in Management Analytics Launched at UofT’s Rotman School of Management

Toronto, ON – A new program at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management aims to equip graduates with the skills to succeed in the field of management analytics. The Master of Management Analytics (MMA) is a rigorous nine-month program aimed at recent university graduates and provides students with advanced data management, analytical and communication skills. Developed in consultation with analytical professionals in industry, the program combines training in the use of predictive and prescriptive analytics tools as they…

October 18, 2017

Rotman Lifetime Achievement Award Presented to BMO’s William Downe

Toronto, ON – William Downe, a graduate of the MBA program at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management, will be honoured today at the Rotman Alumni Awards Dinner with a Lifetime Achievement Award. Downe is Chief Executive Officer of BMO Financial Group. He receives the award in recognition of his outstanding commitment to enhancing diversity and inclusion in corporate Canada, his steadfast support of education and healthcare, and his leadership of Canada’s first bank and bold expansion of its…

October 18, 2017

Survey Provides Rare Insight into the Governance of Private Family Businesses

Toronto, ON – Family businesses, arguably the most important contributors to Canada’s economy, recognize the need for strong governance, but approach board oversight in a variety of ways depending on their size and stage of maturity. A survey conducted by the Institute of Corporate Directors (ICD) and the Clarkson Centre for Board Effectiveness (CCBE) at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management shows that, while family businesses in the early stages of growth tend to rely less on formal…

October 17, 2017

Is the municipal electoral system in need of reform?

Toronto, ON – With municipal elections in Ontario, British Columbia, Manitoba, PEI, and the Territories just one year away, it is a good time to look at the way we vote. Is it in need of reform? In a new paper released by the Institute on Municipal Finance and Governance at the University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs, Professor Aaron A. Moore demystifies the municipal electoral system. He looks at the pros and cons of various reforms so that…

October 10, 2017

U of T’s Creative Destruction Lab Announces Expansion to New York City

Toronto, ON – Today one of the world’s premier seed-stage programs for massively scalable science-based ventures at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management announced its latest expansion. The Creative Destruction Lab will partner with the Stern School of Business at New York University to establish the first Lab outside of Canada – CDL New York City. CDL New York City will bring together, in a nine-month program, three groups: highly successful serial entrepreneurs and angel investors; founders of pre-seed…

October 6, 2017

U of T’s Creative Destruction Lab Appoints Inaugural Executive Director

Toronto, ON – The first National Executive Director has been chosen to lead one of the world’s premier seed-stage programs for massively scalable science-based ventures at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management. Sonia Sennik is the inaugural Executive Director of the UofT’s Creative Destruction Lab and its national network of programs.  She will be responsible for the Lab’s strategic operational and programmatic leadership, coordination, and oversight. Sennik, who held senior project and engineering management roles at global engineering consultancy…

October 4, 2017

“Nudge-a-thon” at University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management Tackles Public Transit Fare Evasion

Toronto, ON – Fare evaders are a problem faced by public transit systems in cities across the world. Evaders are willing to break the law and risk a significant penalty for the free ride. In Toronto, fare evasion is estimated to cost around $20 million a year in lost revenue. An event at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management on September 30 brought together students and members of the community interested in behavioural economics to develop concepts to…

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BBC | October 20, 2017

Reality Check: Does China's Communist Party have a woman problem?

Political Science’s Lynette Ong describes the role of women in China's Communist Party.  Read more. 

Toronto Star | October 19, 2017

To judge the Trudeau government at mid-term, look at the big picture

Donna Dasko of the School of Public Policy and Governance offers a positive mid-term review of Justin Trudeau. Read more. 

The Globe and Mail | October 18, 2017

Canadian University Report: Canadian universities a growing destination for international students

Vice-President International Ted Sargent and Executive Director of Enrolment Services and University Registrar Richard Levin remark on the surge in interest among students from around the world. Read more. 

The following is a list of University of Toronto experts who can comment on a variety of issues related to the Three Amigos Summit. Robert Bothwell, Professor of International Relations at U of T’s Munk School of Global Affairs Expertise: What the three North American leaders will discuss, What are the pros and cons of free trade Tel : (416) 946-8948 Email: bothwell@chass.utoronto.ca Peter Loewen, Assistant Professor of Political Science (U of T Mississauga), Director of Centre for the Study of the United States Expertise: Protectionist sentiment in the U.S. raising Mexican concerns Tel: (647) 232-7335 Email: csus.director@utoronto.ca, peter.loewen@utoronto.ca

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Below is a selection of recent press releases. For all the latest news please visit www.utoronto.ca/news

October 19, 2017

New Program in Management Analytics Launched at UofT’s Rotman School of Management

Toronto, ON – A new program at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management aims to equip graduates with the skills to succeed in the field of management analytics. The Master of Management Analytics (MMA) is a rigorous nine-month program aimed at recent university graduates and provides students with advanced data management, analytical and communication skills. Developed in consultation with analytical professionals in industry, the program combines training in the use of predictive and prescriptive analytics tools as they…

October 18, 2017

Rotman Lifetime Achievement Award Presented to BMO’s William Downe

Toronto, ON – William Downe, a graduate of the MBA program at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management, will be honoured today at the Rotman Alumni Awards Dinner with a Lifetime Achievement Award. Downe is Chief Executive Officer of BMO Financial Group. He receives the award in recognition of his outstanding commitment to enhancing diversity and inclusion in corporate Canada, his steadfast support of education and healthcare, and his leadership of Canada’s first bank and bold expansion of its…

October 18, 2017

Survey Provides Rare Insight into the Governance of Private Family Businesses

Toronto, ON – Family businesses, arguably the most important contributors to Canada’s economy, recognize the need for strong governance, but approach board oversight in a variety of ways depending on their size and stage of maturity. A survey conducted by the Institute of Corporate Directors (ICD) and the Clarkson Centre for Board Effectiveness (CCBE) at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management shows that, while family businesses in the early stages of growth tend to rely less on formal…

October 17, 2017

Is the municipal electoral system in need of reform?

Toronto, ON – With municipal elections in Ontario, British Columbia, Manitoba, PEI, and the Territories just one year away, it is a good time to look at the way we vote. Is it in need of reform? In a new paper released by the Institute on Municipal Finance and Governance at the University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs, Professor Aaron A. Moore demystifies the municipal electoral system. He looks at the pros and cons of various reforms so that…

October 10, 2017

U of T’s Creative Destruction Lab Announces Expansion to New York City

Toronto, ON – Today one of the world’s premier seed-stage programs for massively scalable science-based ventures at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management announced its latest expansion. The Creative Destruction Lab will partner with the Stern School of Business at New York University to establish the first Lab outside of Canada – CDL New York City. CDL New York City will bring together, in a nine-month program, three groups: highly successful serial entrepreneurs and angel investors; founders of pre-seed…

October 6, 2017

U of T’s Creative Destruction Lab Appoints Inaugural Executive Director

Toronto, ON – The first National Executive Director has been chosen to lead one of the world’s premier seed-stage programs for massively scalable science-based ventures at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management. Sonia Sennik is the inaugural Executive Director of the UofT’s Creative Destruction Lab and its national network of programs.  She will be responsible for the Lab’s strategic operational and programmatic leadership, coordination, and oversight. Sennik, who held senior project and engineering management roles at global engineering consultancy…

October 4, 2017

“Nudge-a-thon” at University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management Tackles Public Transit Fare Evasion

Toronto, ON – Fare evaders are a problem faced by public transit systems in cities across the world. Evaders are willing to break the law and risk a significant penalty for the free ride. In Toronto, fare evasion is estimated to cost around $20 million a year in lost revenue. An event at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management on September 30 brought together students and members of the community interested in behavioural economics to develop concepts to…

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U of T in the News

BBC | October 20, 2017

Reality Check: Does China's Communist Party have a woman problem?

Political Science’s Lynette Ong describes the role of women in China's Communist Party.  Read more. 

Toronto Star | October 19, 2017

To judge the Trudeau government at mid-term, look at the big picture

Donna Dasko of the School of Public Policy and Governance offers a positive mid-term review of Justin Trudeau. Read more. 

The Globe and Mail | October 18, 2017

Canadian University Report: Canadian universities a growing destination for international students

Vice-President International Ted Sargent and Executive Director of Enrolment Services and University Registrar Richard Levin remark on the surge in interest among students from around the world. Read more. 

The following is a list of University of Toronto experts who can comment on the aftermath of Brexit. *Please see U of T News story featuring professors commenting on the Brexit vote Randall Hansen, Professor of Political Science at Munk School of Global Affairs Expertise: What’s next for the UK, The British pound, Will Scotland veto Brexit, Xenophobic incidents in UK Email: r.hansen@utoronto.ca Mel Cappe, Professor School of Public Policy and Governance Expertise: What does this mean for Britain’s political landscape, Steps ahead to exit EU Tel: (416) 978-2875 or (647) 981-7666 Email: mel.cappe@utoronto.ca Phil Triadafilopoulos, Associate Professor of Political Science Expertise: How xenophobia played a part in the vote, Vote will affect immigration and travel, Which countries could also exit Tel: (416) 978-7035 Email: t.triadafilopoulos@utoronto.ca Jennifer Jenkins, Associate Professor, Canada Research Chair in Modern German History Department of History Expertise: Germany rules out informal Brexit talks before Article 50 is triggered Tel: 416-946-8944 Email: jl.jenkins@utoronto.ca Carolina de Miguel Moyer, Assistant Professor of Political Science Expertise: What is next for the EU, Will this cause a domino effect? Email: carol.demiguel@utoronto.ca (prefers email) Peter H. Pauly, Professor of Economics, Research Associate at the Institute for International Business at the Rotman School of Management Expertise: International economic impact, What does this mean for the world markets Email: pauly@rotman.utoronto.ca (Available by email only) Angelo Melino, Professor in the Department of Economics Expertise: Impact on Bank of Canada and Canadian dollar Tel: (416) 978-6541 Email: angelo.melino@utoronto.ca  

Latest Media Releases

Below is a selection of recent press releases. For all the latest news please visit www.utoronto.ca/news

October 19, 2017

New Program in Management Analytics Launched at UofT’s Rotman School of Management

Toronto, ON – A new program at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management aims to equip graduates with the skills to succeed in the field of management analytics. The Master of Management Analytics (MMA) is a rigorous nine-month program aimed at recent university graduates and provides students with advanced data management, analytical and communication skills. Developed in consultation with analytical professionals in industry, the program combines training in the use of predictive and prescriptive analytics tools as they…

October 18, 2017

Rotman Lifetime Achievement Award Presented to BMO’s William Downe

Toronto, ON – William Downe, a graduate of the MBA program at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management, will be honoured today at the Rotman Alumni Awards Dinner with a Lifetime Achievement Award. Downe is Chief Executive Officer of BMO Financial Group. He receives the award in recognition of his outstanding commitment to enhancing diversity and inclusion in corporate Canada, his steadfast support of education and healthcare, and his leadership of Canada’s first bank and bold expansion of its…

October 18, 2017

Survey Provides Rare Insight into the Governance of Private Family Businesses

Toronto, ON – Family businesses, arguably the most important contributors to Canada’s economy, recognize the need for strong governance, but approach board oversight in a variety of ways depending on their size and stage of maturity. A survey conducted by the Institute of Corporate Directors (ICD) and the Clarkson Centre for Board Effectiveness (CCBE) at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management shows that, while family businesses in the early stages of growth tend to rely less on formal…

October 17, 2017

Is the municipal electoral system in need of reform?

Toronto, ON – With municipal elections in Ontario, British Columbia, Manitoba, PEI, and the Territories just one year away, it is a good time to look at the way we vote. Is it in need of reform? In a new paper released by the Institute on Municipal Finance and Governance at the University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs, Professor Aaron A. Moore demystifies the municipal electoral system. He looks at the pros and cons of various reforms so that…

October 10, 2017

U of T’s Creative Destruction Lab Announces Expansion to New York City

Toronto, ON – Today one of the world’s premier seed-stage programs for massively scalable science-based ventures at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management announced its latest expansion. The Creative Destruction Lab will partner with the Stern School of Business at New York University to establish the first Lab outside of Canada – CDL New York City. CDL New York City will bring together, in a nine-month program, three groups: highly successful serial entrepreneurs and angel investors; founders of pre-seed…

October 6, 2017

U of T’s Creative Destruction Lab Appoints Inaugural Executive Director

Toronto, ON – The first National Executive Director has been chosen to lead one of the world’s premier seed-stage programs for massively scalable science-based ventures at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management. Sonia Sennik is the inaugural Executive Director of the UofT’s Creative Destruction Lab and its national network of programs.  She will be responsible for the Lab’s strategic operational and programmatic leadership, coordination, and oversight. Sennik, who held senior project and engineering management roles at global engineering consultancy…

October 4, 2017

“Nudge-a-thon” at University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management Tackles Public Transit Fare Evasion

Toronto, ON – Fare evaders are a problem faced by public transit systems in cities across the world. Evaders are willing to break the law and risk a significant penalty for the free ride. In Toronto, fare evasion is estimated to cost around $20 million a year in lost revenue. An event at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management on September 30 brought together students and members of the community interested in behavioural economics to develop concepts to…

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BBC | October 20, 2017

Reality Check: Does China's Communist Party have a woman problem?

Political Science’s Lynette Ong describes the role of women in China's Communist Party.  Read more. 

Toronto Star | October 19, 2017

To judge the Trudeau government at mid-term, look at the big picture

Donna Dasko of the School of Public Policy and Governance offers a positive mid-term review of Justin Trudeau. Read more. 

The Globe and Mail | October 18, 2017

Canadian University Report: Canadian universities a growing destination for international students

Vice-President International Ted Sargent and Executive Director of Enrolment Services and University Registrar Richard Levin remark on the surge in interest among students from around the world. Read more. 

The following is a list of University of Toronto experts who can comment on Brexit: impact on UK-Canada foreign policy and trade deals. Robert Bothwell, Professor of International Relations at U of T’s Munk School of Global Affairs Expertise: History of Canada/UK relations, Commonwealth ties Tel : (416) 946-8948 Email: bothwell@chass.utoronto.ca Nelson Wiseman, Professor of Political Science and Director of Canadian Studies Program Expertise: How will this impact proposed CETA deal, Trudeau says Canada won’t be severely affected Tel: (416) 978-3336 (checks messages regularly) Email: nelson@chass.utoronto.ca

Latest Media Releases

Below is a selection of recent press releases. For all the latest news please visit www.utoronto.ca/news

October 19, 2017

New Program in Management Analytics Launched at UofT’s Rotman School of Management

Toronto, ON – A new program at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management aims to equip graduates with the skills to succeed in the field of management analytics. The Master of Management Analytics (MMA) is a rigorous nine-month program aimed at recent university graduates and provides students with advanced data management, analytical and communication skills. Developed in consultation with analytical professionals in industry, the program combines training in the use of predictive and prescriptive analytics tools as they…

October 18, 2017

Rotman Lifetime Achievement Award Presented to BMO’s William Downe

Toronto, ON – William Downe, a graduate of the MBA program at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management, will be honoured today at the Rotman Alumni Awards Dinner with a Lifetime Achievement Award. Downe is Chief Executive Officer of BMO Financial Group. He receives the award in recognition of his outstanding commitment to enhancing diversity and inclusion in corporate Canada, his steadfast support of education and healthcare, and his leadership of Canada’s first bank and bold expansion of its…

October 18, 2017

Survey Provides Rare Insight into the Governance of Private Family Businesses

Toronto, ON – Family businesses, arguably the most important contributors to Canada’s economy, recognize the need for strong governance, but approach board oversight in a variety of ways depending on their size and stage of maturity. A survey conducted by the Institute of Corporate Directors (ICD) and the Clarkson Centre for Board Effectiveness (CCBE) at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management shows that, while family businesses in the early stages of growth tend to rely less on formal…

October 17, 2017

Is the municipal electoral system in need of reform?

Toronto, ON – With municipal elections in Ontario, British Columbia, Manitoba, PEI, and the Territories just one year away, it is a good time to look at the way we vote. Is it in need of reform? In a new paper released by the Institute on Municipal Finance and Governance at the University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs, Professor Aaron A. Moore demystifies the municipal electoral system. He looks at the pros and cons of various reforms so that…

October 10, 2017

U of T’s Creative Destruction Lab Announces Expansion to New York City

Toronto, ON – Today one of the world’s premier seed-stage programs for massively scalable science-based ventures at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management announced its latest expansion. The Creative Destruction Lab will partner with the Stern School of Business at New York University to establish the first Lab outside of Canada – CDL New York City. CDL New York City will bring together, in a nine-month program, three groups: highly successful serial entrepreneurs and angel investors; founders of pre-seed…

October 6, 2017

U of T’s Creative Destruction Lab Appoints Inaugural Executive Director

Toronto, ON – The first National Executive Director has been chosen to lead one of the world’s premier seed-stage programs for massively scalable science-based ventures at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management. Sonia Sennik is the inaugural Executive Director of the UofT’s Creative Destruction Lab and its national network of programs.  She will be responsible for the Lab’s strategic operational and programmatic leadership, coordination, and oversight. Sennik, who held senior project and engineering management roles at global engineering consultancy…

October 4, 2017

“Nudge-a-thon” at University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management Tackles Public Transit Fare Evasion

Toronto, ON – Fare evaders are a problem faced by public transit systems in cities across the world. Evaders are willing to break the law and risk a significant penalty for the free ride. In Toronto, fare evasion is estimated to cost around $20 million a year in lost revenue. An event at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management on September 30 brought together students and members of the community interested in behavioural economics to develop concepts to…

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BBC | October 20, 2017

Reality Check: Does China's Communist Party have a woman problem?

Political Science’s Lynette Ong describes the role of women in China's Communist Party.  Read more. 

Toronto Star | October 19, 2017

To judge the Trudeau government at mid-term, look at the big picture

Donna Dasko of the School of Public Policy and Governance offers a positive mid-term review of Justin Trudeau. Read more. 

The Globe and Mail | October 18, 2017

Canadian University Report: Canadian universities a growing destination for international students

Vice-President International Ted Sargent and Executive Director of Enrolment Services and University Registrar Richard Levin remark on the surge in interest among students from around the world. Read more. 

The following is a list of University of Toronto experts who can comment on Brexit: economic impact to Canada and the world. Laurence Booth, Professor in Structured Finance at Rotman School of Management Expertise: International Business Tel: (416)978-6311 Email: booth@rotman.utoronto.ca Peter H. Pauly, Professor of Economics, Research Associate at the Institute for International Business at the Rotman School of Management Expertise: International economic, Impact of a possible BREXIT Email: pauly@rotman.utoronto.ca (Available by email only) Angelo Melino, Professor in the Department of Economics Expertise: Impact on Bank of Canada and Canadian dollar Tel: (416) 978-6541 Email: angelo.melino@utoronto.ca Peter Dungan, Adjunct Associate Professor at U of T’s Rotman School of Management Expertise: Canadian markets reacting to “Leave” vote Tel: (416) 978-4182 Email: pdungan@rotman.utoronto.ca

Latest Media Releases

Below is a selection of recent press releases. For all the latest news please visit www.utoronto.ca/news

October 19, 2017

New Program in Management Analytics Launched at UofT’s Rotman School of Management

Toronto, ON – A new program at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management aims to equip graduates with the skills to succeed in the field of management analytics. The Master of Management Analytics (MMA) is a rigorous nine-month program aimed at recent university graduates and provides students with advanced data management, analytical and communication skills. Developed in consultation with analytical professionals in industry, the program combines training in the use of predictive and prescriptive analytics tools as they…

October 18, 2017

Rotman Lifetime Achievement Award Presented to BMO’s William Downe

Toronto, ON – William Downe, a graduate of the MBA program at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management, will be honoured today at the Rotman Alumni Awards Dinner with a Lifetime Achievement Award. Downe is Chief Executive Officer of BMO Financial Group. He receives the award in recognition of his outstanding commitment to enhancing diversity and inclusion in corporate Canada, his steadfast support of education and healthcare, and his leadership of Canada’s first bank and bold expansion of its…

October 18, 2017

Survey Provides Rare Insight into the Governance of Private Family Businesses

Toronto, ON – Family businesses, arguably the most important contributors to Canada’s economy, recognize the need for strong governance, but approach board oversight in a variety of ways depending on their size and stage of maturity. A survey conducted by the Institute of Corporate Directors (ICD) and the Clarkson Centre for Board Effectiveness (CCBE) at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management shows that, while family businesses in the early stages of growth tend to rely less on formal…

October 17, 2017

Is the municipal electoral system in need of reform?

Toronto, ON – With municipal elections in Ontario, British Columbia, Manitoba, PEI, and the Territories just one year away, it is a good time to look at the way we vote. Is it in need of reform? In a new paper released by the Institute on Municipal Finance and Governance at the University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs, Professor Aaron A. Moore demystifies the municipal electoral system. He looks at the pros and cons of various reforms so that…

October 10, 2017

U of T’s Creative Destruction Lab Announces Expansion to New York City

Toronto, ON – Today one of the world’s premier seed-stage programs for massively scalable science-based ventures at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management announced its latest expansion. The Creative Destruction Lab will partner with the Stern School of Business at New York University to establish the first Lab outside of Canada – CDL New York City. CDL New York City will bring together, in a nine-month program, three groups: highly successful serial entrepreneurs and angel investors; founders of pre-seed…

October 6, 2017

U of T’s Creative Destruction Lab Appoints Inaugural Executive Director

Toronto, ON – The first National Executive Director has been chosen to lead one of the world’s premier seed-stage programs for massively scalable science-based ventures at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management. Sonia Sennik is the inaugural Executive Director of the UofT’s Creative Destruction Lab and its national network of programs.  She will be responsible for the Lab’s strategic operational and programmatic leadership, coordination, and oversight. Sennik, who held senior project and engineering management roles at global engineering consultancy…

October 4, 2017

“Nudge-a-thon” at University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management Tackles Public Transit Fare Evasion

Toronto, ON – Fare evaders are a problem faced by public transit systems in cities across the world. Evaders are willing to break the law and risk a significant penalty for the free ride. In Toronto, fare evasion is estimated to cost around $20 million a year in lost revenue. An event at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management on September 30 brought together students and members of the community interested in behavioural economics to develop concepts to…

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+1 (416) 978-0100

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U of T in the News

BBC | October 20, 2017

Reality Check: Does China's Communist Party have a woman problem?

Political Science’s Lynette Ong describes the role of women in China's Communist Party.  Read more. 

Toronto Star | October 19, 2017

To judge the Trudeau government at mid-term, look at the big picture

Donna Dasko of the School of Public Policy and Governance offers a positive mid-term review of Justin Trudeau. Read more. 

The Globe and Mail | October 18, 2017

Canadian University Report: Canadian universities a growing destination for international students

Vice-President International Ted Sargent and Executive Director of Enrolment Services and University Registrar Richard Levin remark on the surge in interest among students from around the world. Read more. 

The following is a list of University of Toronto experts who can comment on Brexit: reaction in Europe, impact to immigration, xenophobia's role. Phil Triadafilopoulos, Associate Professor of Political Science Expertise: How xenophobia played a part in the vote, Vote will affect immigration and travel, Which countries could also exit Tel: (416) 978-7035 Email: t.triadafilopoulos@utoronto.ca Jeffrey Kopstein, Professor of Political Science Expertise: European Union politics, What countries could also leave Tel: (949) 392-2285 Email: jeffrey.kopstein@utoronto.ca Arne Kislenko, Adjunct Professor at U of T’s Munk School of Global Affairs Expertise: Immigration in Europe, Migrant crisis impacted vote Tel: (647) 378-8710 Email: arne.kislenko@utoronto.ca

Latest Media Releases

Below is a selection of recent press releases. For all the latest news please visit www.utoronto.ca/news

October 19, 2017

New Program in Management Analytics Launched at UofT’s Rotman School of Management

Toronto, ON – A new program at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management aims to equip graduates with the skills to succeed in the field of management analytics. The Master of Management Analytics (MMA) is a rigorous nine-month program aimed at recent university graduates and provides students with advanced data management, analytical and communication skills. Developed in consultation with analytical professionals in industry, the program combines training in the use of predictive and prescriptive analytics tools as they…

October 18, 2017

Rotman Lifetime Achievement Award Presented to BMO’s William Downe

Toronto, ON – William Downe, a graduate of the MBA program at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management, will be honoured today at the Rotman Alumni Awards Dinner with a Lifetime Achievement Award. Downe is Chief Executive Officer of BMO Financial Group. He receives the award in recognition of his outstanding commitment to enhancing diversity and inclusion in corporate Canada, his steadfast support of education and healthcare, and his leadership of Canada’s first bank and bold expansion of its…

October 18, 2017

Survey Provides Rare Insight into the Governance of Private Family Businesses

Toronto, ON – Family businesses, arguably the most important contributors to Canada’s economy, recognize the need for strong governance, but approach board oversight in a variety of ways depending on their size and stage of maturity. A survey conducted by the Institute of Corporate Directors (ICD) and the Clarkson Centre for Board Effectiveness (CCBE) at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management shows that, while family businesses in the early stages of growth tend to rely less on formal…

October 17, 2017

Is the municipal electoral system in need of reform?

Toronto, ON – With municipal elections in Ontario, British Columbia, Manitoba, PEI, and the Territories just one year away, it is a good time to look at the way we vote. Is it in need of reform? In a new paper released by the Institute on Municipal Finance and Governance at the University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs, Professor Aaron A. Moore demystifies the municipal electoral system. He looks at the pros and cons of various reforms so that…

October 10, 2017

U of T’s Creative Destruction Lab Announces Expansion to New York City

Toronto, ON – Today one of the world’s premier seed-stage programs for massively scalable science-based ventures at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management announced its latest expansion. The Creative Destruction Lab will partner with the Stern School of Business at New York University to establish the first Lab outside of Canada – CDL New York City. CDL New York City will bring together, in a nine-month program, three groups: highly successful serial entrepreneurs and angel investors; founders of pre-seed…

October 6, 2017

U of T’s Creative Destruction Lab Appoints Inaugural Executive Director

Toronto, ON – The first National Executive Director has been chosen to lead one of the world’s premier seed-stage programs for massively scalable science-based ventures at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management. Sonia Sennik is the inaugural Executive Director of the UofT’s Creative Destruction Lab and its national network of programs.  She will be responsible for the Lab’s strategic operational and programmatic leadership, coordination, and oversight. Sennik, who held senior project and engineering management roles at global engineering consultancy…

October 4, 2017

“Nudge-a-thon” at University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management Tackles Public Transit Fare Evasion

Toronto, ON – Fare evaders are a problem faced by public transit systems in cities across the world. Evaders are willing to break the law and risk a significant penalty for the free ride. In Toronto, fare evasion is estimated to cost around $20 million a year in lost revenue. An event at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management on September 30 brought together students and members of the community interested in behavioural economics to develop concepts to…

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BBC | October 20, 2017

Reality Check: Does China's Communist Party have a woman problem?

Political Science’s Lynette Ong describes the role of women in China's Communist Party.  Read more. 

Toronto Star | October 19, 2017

To judge the Trudeau government at mid-term, look at the big picture

Donna Dasko of the School of Public Policy and Governance offers a positive mid-term review of Justin Trudeau. Read more. 

The Globe and Mail | October 18, 2017

Canadian University Report: Canadian universities a growing destination for international students

Vice-President International Ted Sargent and Executive Director of Enrolment Services and University Registrar Richard Levin remark on the surge in interest among students from around the world. Read more. 

The following is a list of University of Toronto experts who can comment on Brexit: domino effect in the EU. Jennifer Jenkins, Associate Professor, Canada Research Chair in Modern German History Department of History, University of Toronto Expertise: German Reaction Tel: 416-522-2371 Email: jl.jenkins@utoronto.ca Jens Hanssen, Associate Professor of Middle Eastern and Mediterranean History Expertise:  German reaction to the “Leave” vote Tel: (416) 978-3143 Email: jens.hanssen@utoronto.ca Carolina de Miguel Moyer, Assistant Professor of Political Science Expertise: What is next for the EU, When will Britain trigger Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, Will this cause a Domino Effect? Email: carol.demiguel@utoronto.ca

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October 19, 2017

New Program in Management Analytics Launched at UofT’s Rotman School of Management

Toronto, ON – A new program at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management aims to equip graduates with the skills to succeed in the field of management analytics. The Master of Management Analytics (MMA) is a rigorous nine-month program aimed at recent university graduates and provides students with advanced data management, analytical and communication skills. Developed in consultation with analytical professionals in industry, the program combines training in the use of predictive and prescriptive analytics tools as they…

October 18, 2017

Rotman Lifetime Achievement Award Presented to BMO’s William Downe

Toronto, ON – William Downe, a graduate of the MBA program at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management, will be honoured today at the Rotman Alumni Awards Dinner with a Lifetime Achievement Award. Downe is Chief Executive Officer of BMO Financial Group. He receives the award in recognition of his outstanding commitment to enhancing diversity and inclusion in corporate Canada, his steadfast support of education and healthcare, and his leadership of Canada’s first bank and bold expansion of its…

October 18, 2017

Survey Provides Rare Insight into the Governance of Private Family Businesses

Toronto, ON – Family businesses, arguably the most important contributors to Canada’s economy, recognize the need for strong governance, but approach board oversight in a variety of ways depending on their size and stage of maturity. A survey conducted by the Institute of Corporate Directors (ICD) and the Clarkson Centre for Board Effectiveness (CCBE) at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management shows that, while family businesses in the early stages of growth tend to rely less on formal…

October 17, 2017

Is the municipal electoral system in need of reform?

Toronto, ON – With municipal elections in Ontario, British Columbia, Manitoba, PEI, and the Territories just one year away, it is a good time to look at the way we vote. Is it in need of reform? In a new paper released by the Institute on Municipal Finance and Governance at the University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs, Professor Aaron A. Moore demystifies the municipal electoral system. He looks at the pros and cons of various reforms so that…

October 10, 2017

U of T’s Creative Destruction Lab Announces Expansion to New York City

Toronto, ON – Today one of the world’s premier seed-stage programs for massively scalable science-based ventures at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management announced its latest expansion. The Creative Destruction Lab will partner with the Stern School of Business at New York University to establish the first Lab outside of Canada – CDL New York City. CDL New York City will bring together, in a nine-month program, three groups: highly successful serial entrepreneurs and angel investors; founders of pre-seed…

October 6, 2017

U of T’s Creative Destruction Lab Appoints Inaugural Executive Director

Toronto, ON – The first National Executive Director has been chosen to lead one of the world’s premier seed-stage programs for massively scalable science-based ventures at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management. Sonia Sennik is the inaugural Executive Director of the UofT’s Creative Destruction Lab and its national network of programs.  She will be responsible for the Lab’s strategic operational and programmatic leadership, coordination, and oversight. Sennik, who held senior project and engineering management roles at global engineering consultancy…

October 4, 2017

“Nudge-a-thon” at University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management Tackles Public Transit Fare Evasion

Toronto, ON – Fare evaders are a problem faced by public transit systems in cities across the world. Evaders are willing to break the law and risk a significant penalty for the free ride. In Toronto, fare evasion is estimated to cost around $20 million a year in lost revenue. An event at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management on September 30 brought together students and members of the community interested in behavioural economics to develop concepts to…

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BBC | October 20, 2017

Reality Check: Does China's Communist Party have a woman problem?

Political Science’s Lynette Ong describes the role of women in China's Communist Party.  Read more. 

Toronto Star | October 19, 2017

To judge the Trudeau government at mid-term, look at the big picture

Donna Dasko of the School of Public Policy and Governance offers a positive mid-term review of Justin Trudeau. Read more. 

The Globe and Mail | October 18, 2017

Canadian University Report: Canadian universities a growing destination for international students

Vice-President International Ted Sargent and Executive Director of Enrolment Services and University Registrar Richard Levin remark on the surge in interest among students from around the world. Read more. 

The following is a list of University of Toronto experts who can comment on Brexit: how did it happen, political impact and shock in Britain. *Please see U of T News story on the vote. Check in throughout the day for reaction from our experts Randall Hansen, Professor of Political Science at Munk School of Global Affairs Expertise: What happened and what’s next for UK? Will Scotland and Northern Ireland call a referendum Email: r.hansen@utoronto.ca (in London available by email – return to Canada Sunday for broadcast inquiries) Mel Cappe, Professor School of Public Policy and Governance Expertise: Cameron’s resignation,  will Boris Johnson run for leadership Tel: (416) 978-2875 or (647) 981-7666 Email: mel.cappe@utoronto.ca

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October 19, 2017

New Program in Management Analytics Launched at UofT’s Rotman School of Management

Toronto, ON – A new program at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management aims to equip graduates with the skills to succeed in the field of management analytics. The Master of Management Analytics (MMA) is a rigorous nine-month program aimed at recent university graduates and provides students with advanced data management, analytical and communication skills. Developed in consultation with analytical professionals in industry, the program combines training in the use of predictive and prescriptive analytics tools as they…

October 18, 2017

Rotman Lifetime Achievement Award Presented to BMO’s William Downe

Toronto, ON – William Downe, a graduate of the MBA program at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management, will be honoured today at the Rotman Alumni Awards Dinner with a Lifetime Achievement Award. Downe is Chief Executive Officer of BMO Financial Group. He receives the award in recognition of his outstanding commitment to enhancing diversity and inclusion in corporate Canada, his steadfast support of education and healthcare, and his leadership of Canada’s first bank and bold expansion of its…

October 18, 2017

Survey Provides Rare Insight into the Governance of Private Family Businesses

Toronto, ON – Family businesses, arguably the most important contributors to Canada’s economy, recognize the need for strong governance, but approach board oversight in a variety of ways depending on their size and stage of maturity. A survey conducted by the Institute of Corporate Directors (ICD) and the Clarkson Centre for Board Effectiveness (CCBE) at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management shows that, while family businesses in the early stages of growth tend to rely less on formal…

October 17, 2017

Is the municipal electoral system in need of reform?

Toronto, ON – With municipal elections in Ontario, British Columbia, Manitoba, PEI, and the Territories just one year away, it is a good time to look at the way we vote. Is it in need of reform? In a new paper released by the Institute on Municipal Finance and Governance at the University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs, Professor Aaron A. Moore demystifies the municipal electoral system. He looks at the pros and cons of various reforms so that…

October 10, 2017

U of T’s Creative Destruction Lab Announces Expansion to New York City

Toronto, ON – Today one of the world’s premier seed-stage programs for massively scalable science-based ventures at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management announced its latest expansion. The Creative Destruction Lab will partner with the Stern School of Business at New York University to establish the first Lab outside of Canada – CDL New York City. CDL New York City will bring together, in a nine-month program, three groups: highly successful serial entrepreneurs and angel investors; founders of pre-seed…

October 6, 2017

U of T’s Creative Destruction Lab Appoints Inaugural Executive Director

Toronto, ON – The first National Executive Director has been chosen to lead one of the world’s premier seed-stage programs for massively scalable science-based ventures at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management. Sonia Sennik is the inaugural Executive Director of the UofT’s Creative Destruction Lab and its national network of programs.  She will be responsible for the Lab’s strategic operational and programmatic leadership, coordination, and oversight. Sennik, who held senior project and engineering management roles at global engineering consultancy…

October 4, 2017

“Nudge-a-thon” at University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management Tackles Public Transit Fare Evasion

Toronto, ON – Fare evaders are a problem faced by public transit systems in cities across the world. Evaders are willing to break the law and risk a significant penalty for the free ride. In Toronto, fare evasion is estimated to cost around $20 million a year in lost revenue. An event at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management on September 30 brought together students and members of the community interested in behavioural economics to develop concepts to…

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BBC | October 20, 2017

Reality Check: Does China's Communist Party have a woman problem?

Political Science’s Lynette Ong describes the role of women in China's Communist Party.  Read more. 

Toronto Star | October 19, 2017

To judge the Trudeau government at mid-term, look at the big picture

Donna Dasko of the School of Public Policy and Governance offers a positive mid-term review of Justin Trudeau. Read more. 

The Globe and Mail | October 18, 2017

Canadian University Report: Canadian universities a growing destination for international students

Vice-President International Ted Sargent and Executive Director of Enrolment Services and University Registrar Richard Levin remark on the surge in interest among students from around the world. Read more. 

The following is a list of University of Toronto experts who can comment on a variety of issues related to the Brexit vote today. Peter H. Pauly, Professor of Economics, Research Associate at the Institute for International Business at the Rotman School of Management Expertise: International economic, Impact of a possible BREXIT Email: pauly@rotman.utoronto.ca (Available by email only) Peter Dungan, Adjunct Associate Professor at U of T’s Rotman School of Management Expertise: Effect of the vote on Canadian economy Tel: (416) 978-4182 Email: pdungan@rotman.utoronto.ca Mel Cappe, Professor School of Public Policy and Governance Expertise: Former Canadian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom Tel: (416) 978-2875 or (647) 981-7666 Email: mel.cappe@utoronto.ca Carolina de Miguel Moyer, Assistant Professor of Political Science Expertise: European Union politics, Impact on NO vote to Europe Tel: (647) 881-1281 Email: carol.demiguel@utoronto.ca Randall Hansen, Professor of Political Science at Munk School of Global Affairs Expertise: Citizenship and Immigration in U.K., He’s will be in U.K. during the vote Email: r.hansen@utoronto.ca (in Europe, available by email)

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October 19, 2017

New Program in Management Analytics Launched at UofT’s Rotman School of Management

Toronto, ON – A new program at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management aims to equip graduates with the skills to succeed in the field of management analytics. The Master of Management Analytics (MMA) is a rigorous nine-month program aimed at recent university graduates and provides students with advanced data management, analytical and communication skills. Developed in consultation with analytical professionals in industry, the program combines training in the use of predictive and prescriptive analytics tools as they…

October 18, 2017

Rotman Lifetime Achievement Award Presented to BMO’s William Downe

Toronto, ON – William Downe, a graduate of the MBA program at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management, will be honoured today at the Rotman Alumni Awards Dinner with a Lifetime Achievement Award. Downe is Chief Executive Officer of BMO Financial Group. He receives the award in recognition of his outstanding commitment to enhancing diversity and inclusion in corporate Canada, his steadfast support of education and healthcare, and his leadership of Canada’s first bank and bold expansion of its…

October 18, 2017

Survey Provides Rare Insight into the Governance of Private Family Businesses

Toronto, ON – Family businesses, arguably the most important contributors to Canada’s economy, recognize the need for strong governance, but approach board oversight in a variety of ways depending on their size and stage of maturity. A survey conducted by the Institute of Corporate Directors (ICD) and the Clarkson Centre for Board Effectiveness (CCBE) at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management shows that, while family businesses in the early stages of growth tend to rely less on formal…

October 17, 2017

Is the municipal electoral system in need of reform?

Toronto, ON – With municipal elections in Ontario, British Columbia, Manitoba, PEI, and the Territories just one year away, it is a good time to look at the way we vote. Is it in need of reform? In a new paper released by the Institute on Municipal Finance and Governance at the University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs, Professor Aaron A. Moore demystifies the municipal electoral system. He looks at the pros and cons of various reforms so that…

October 10, 2017

U of T’s Creative Destruction Lab Announces Expansion to New York City

Toronto, ON – Today one of the world’s premier seed-stage programs for massively scalable science-based ventures at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management announced its latest expansion. The Creative Destruction Lab will partner with the Stern School of Business at New York University to establish the first Lab outside of Canada – CDL New York City. CDL New York City will bring together, in a nine-month program, three groups: highly successful serial entrepreneurs and angel investors; founders of pre-seed…

October 6, 2017

U of T’s Creative Destruction Lab Appoints Inaugural Executive Director

Toronto, ON – The first National Executive Director has been chosen to lead one of the world’s premier seed-stage programs for massively scalable science-based ventures at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management. Sonia Sennik is the inaugural Executive Director of the UofT’s Creative Destruction Lab and its national network of programs.  She will be responsible for the Lab’s strategic operational and programmatic leadership, coordination, and oversight. Sennik, who held senior project and engineering management roles at global engineering consultancy…

October 4, 2017

“Nudge-a-thon” at University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management Tackles Public Transit Fare Evasion

Toronto, ON – Fare evaders are a problem faced by public transit systems in cities across the world. Evaders are willing to break the law and risk a significant penalty for the free ride. In Toronto, fare evasion is estimated to cost around $20 million a year in lost revenue. An event at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management on September 30 brought together students and members of the community interested in behavioural economics to develop concepts to…

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BBC | October 20, 2017

Reality Check: Does China's Communist Party have a woman problem?

Political Science’s Lynette Ong describes the role of women in China's Communist Party.  Read more. 

Toronto Star | October 19, 2017

To judge the Trudeau government at mid-term, look at the big picture

Donna Dasko of the School of Public Policy and Governance offers a positive mid-term review of Justin Trudeau. Read more. 

The Globe and Mail | October 18, 2017

Canadian University Report: Canadian universities a growing destination for international students

Vice-President International Ted Sargent and Executive Director of Enrolment Services and University Registrar Richard Levin remark on the surge in interest among students from around the world. Read more. 

The following is a list of University of Toronto experts who can comment on the Democrats staging a sit-in for gun reform. Jennifer Carlson, Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology (U of T Mississauga) Expertise: Gun culture in the U.S., Strength of the NRA Tel: (312) 391-1433 Email: jennifer.carlson@utoronto.ca Jooyoung Lee, Assistant Professor of Sociology Expertise: Gun violence, Gun control Tel: (416) 402-5191 Email: jooy.lee@utoronto.ca

Latest Media Releases

Below is a selection of recent press releases. For all the latest news please visit www.utoronto.ca/news

October 19, 2017

New Program in Management Analytics Launched at UofT’s Rotman School of Management

Toronto, ON – A new program at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management aims to equip graduates with the skills to succeed in the field of management analytics. The Master of Management Analytics (MMA) is a rigorous nine-month program aimed at recent university graduates and provides students with advanced data management, analytical and communication skills. Developed in consultation with analytical professionals in industry, the program combines training in the use of predictive and prescriptive analytics tools as they…

October 18, 2017

Rotman Lifetime Achievement Award Presented to BMO’s William Downe

Toronto, ON – William Downe, a graduate of the MBA program at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management, will be honoured today at the Rotman Alumni Awards Dinner with a Lifetime Achievement Award. Downe is Chief Executive Officer of BMO Financial Group. He receives the award in recognition of his outstanding commitment to enhancing diversity and inclusion in corporate Canada, his steadfast support of education and healthcare, and his leadership of Canada’s first bank and bold expansion of its…

October 18, 2017

Survey Provides Rare Insight into the Governance of Private Family Businesses

Toronto, ON – Family businesses, arguably the most important contributors to Canada’s economy, recognize the need for strong governance, but approach board oversight in a variety of ways depending on their size and stage of maturity. A survey conducted by the Institute of Corporate Directors (ICD) and the Clarkson Centre for Board Effectiveness (CCBE) at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management shows that, while family businesses in the early stages of growth tend to rely less on formal…

October 17, 2017

Is the municipal electoral system in need of reform?

Toronto, ON – With municipal elections in Ontario, British Columbia, Manitoba, PEI, and the Territories just one year away, it is a good time to look at the way we vote. Is it in need of reform? In a new paper released by the Institute on Municipal Finance and Governance at the University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs, Professor Aaron A. Moore demystifies the municipal electoral system. He looks at the pros and cons of various reforms so that…

October 10, 2017

U of T’s Creative Destruction Lab Announces Expansion to New York City

Toronto, ON – Today one of the world’s premier seed-stage programs for massively scalable science-based ventures at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management announced its latest expansion. The Creative Destruction Lab will partner with the Stern School of Business at New York University to establish the first Lab outside of Canada – CDL New York City. CDL New York City will bring together, in a nine-month program, three groups: highly successful serial entrepreneurs and angel investors; founders of pre-seed…

October 6, 2017

U of T’s Creative Destruction Lab Appoints Inaugural Executive Director

Toronto, ON – The first National Executive Director has been chosen to lead one of the world’s premier seed-stage programs for massively scalable science-based ventures at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management. Sonia Sennik is the inaugural Executive Director of the UofT’s Creative Destruction Lab and its national network of programs.  She will be responsible for the Lab’s strategic operational and programmatic leadership, coordination, and oversight. Sennik, who held senior project and engineering management roles at global engineering consultancy…

October 4, 2017

“Nudge-a-thon” at University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management Tackles Public Transit Fare Evasion

Toronto, ON – Fare evaders are a problem faced by public transit systems in cities across the world. Evaders are willing to break the law and risk a significant penalty for the free ride. In Toronto, fare evasion is estimated to cost around $20 million a year in lost revenue. An event at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management on September 30 brought together students and members of the community interested in behavioural economics to develop concepts to…

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BBC | October 20, 2017

Reality Check: Does China's Communist Party have a woman problem?

Political Science’s Lynette Ong describes the role of women in China's Communist Party.  Read more. 

Toronto Star | October 19, 2017

To judge the Trudeau government at mid-term, look at the big picture

Donna Dasko of the School of Public Policy and Governance offers a positive mid-term review of Justin Trudeau. Read more. 

The Globe and Mail | October 18, 2017

Canadian University Report: Canadian universities a growing destination for international students

Vice-President International Ted Sargent and Executive Director of Enrolment Services and University Registrar Richard Levin remark on the surge in interest among students from around the world. Read more. 

The following is a list of University of Toronto experts who can comment on a variety of issues related to the GTA transportation proposals. Steven Farber, Associate Professor of Human Geography (U of T Scarborough) Expertise: New public transportation proposals and relieving congestion Tel: (416) 402-1900 Email: steven.farber@utoronto.ca Matti Siemiatycki, Associate Professor in Geography & Planning Expertise: Announcements this week on transit and transportation, Will they make a difference, How will city pay for it? Tel: (416) 946-5145 Email: siemiatycki@geog.utoronto.ca Andre Sorenson, Associate Professor of Urban Geography (U of T Scarborough) Expertise: How will new east end stations impact Scarborough commuters? Tel: (416) 287-5607 Email: Sorenson@utsc.utoronto.ca Jonathan Hall, Professor of Economics Expertise: Advantages of Toll Lanes on Highways Tel: (416) 978-5110 Email: jonathan.hall@utoronto.ca Gabriel Eidelman, Assistant Professor, School of Public Policy and Governance Expertise: Municipal politics, Tory’s SmartTrack proposals, Traffic reconfiguration Tel: (416) 938-9559 Email: g.eidelman@utoronto.ca, csus.director@utoronto.ca  

Latest Media Releases

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October 19, 2017

New Program in Management Analytics Launched at UofT’s Rotman School of Management

Toronto, ON – A new program at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management aims to equip graduates with the skills to succeed in the field of management analytics. The Master of Management Analytics (MMA) is a rigorous nine-month program aimed at recent university graduates and provides students with advanced data management, analytical and communication skills. Developed in consultation with analytical professionals in industry, the program combines training in the use of predictive and prescriptive analytics tools as they…

October 18, 2017

Rotman Lifetime Achievement Award Presented to BMO’s William Downe

Toronto, ON – William Downe, a graduate of the MBA program at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management, will be honoured today at the Rotman Alumni Awards Dinner with a Lifetime Achievement Award. Downe is Chief Executive Officer of BMO Financial Group. He receives the award in recognition of his outstanding commitment to enhancing diversity and inclusion in corporate Canada, his steadfast support of education and healthcare, and his leadership of Canada’s first bank and bold expansion of its…

October 18, 2017

Survey Provides Rare Insight into the Governance of Private Family Businesses

Toronto, ON – Family businesses, arguably the most important contributors to Canada’s economy, recognize the need for strong governance, but approach board oversight in a variety of ways depending on their size and stage of maturity. A survey conducted by the Institute of Corporate Directors (ICD) and the Clarkson Centre for Board Effectiveness (CCBE) at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management shows that, while family businesses in the early stages of growth tend to rely less on formal…

October 17, 2017

Is the municipal electoral system in need of reform?

Toronto, ON – With municipal elections in Ontario, British Columbia, Manitoba, PEI, and the Territories just one year away, it is a good time to look at the way we vote. Is it in need of reform? In a new paper released by the Institute on Municipal Finance and Governance at the University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs, Professor Aaron A. Moore demystifies the municipal electoral system. He looks at the pros and cons of various reforms so that…

October 10, 2017

U of T’s Creative Destruction Lab Announces Expansion to New York City

Toronto, ON – Today one of the world’s premier seed-stage programs for massively scalable science-based ventures at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management announced its latest expansion. The Creative Destruction Lab will partner with the Stern School of Business at New York University to establish the first Lab outside of Canada – CDL New York City. CDL New York City will bring together, in a nine-month program, three groups: highly successful serial entrepreneurs and angel investors; founders of pre-seed…

October 6, 2017

U of T’s Creative Destruction Lab Appoints Inaugural Executive Director

Toronto, ON – The first National Executive Director has been chosen to lead one of the world’s premier seed-stage programs for massively scalable science-based ventures at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management. Sonia Sennik is the inaugural Executive Director of the UofT’s Creative Destruction Lab and its national network of programs.  She will be responsible for the Lab’s strategic operational and programmatic leadership, coordination, and oversight. Sennik, who held senior project and engineering management roles at global engineering consultancy…

October 4, 2017

“Nudge-a-thon” at University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management Tackles Public Transit Fare Evasion

Toronto, ON – Fare evaders are a problem faced by public transit systems in cities across the world. Evaders are willing to break the law and risk a significant penalty for the free ride. In Toronto, fare evasion is estimated to cost around $20 million a year in lost revenue. An event at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management on September 30 brought together students and members of the community interested in behavioural economics to develop concepts to…

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BBC | October 20, 2017

Reality Check: Does China's Communist Party have a woman problem?

Political Science’s Lynette Ong describes the role of women in China's Communist Party.  Read more. 

Toronto Star | October 19, 2017

To judge the Trudeau government at mid-term, look at the big picture

Donna Dasko of the School of Public Policy and Governance offers a positive mid-term review of Justin Trudeau. Read more. 

The Globe and Mail | October 18, 2017

Canadian University Report: Canadian universities a growing destination for international students

Vice-President International Ted Sargent and Executive Director of Enrolment Services and University Registrar Richard Levin remark on the surge in interest among students from around the world. Read more. 

The following is a list of University of Toronto experts who can comment on the police apology. David Rayside, Professor Emeritus with the Faculty of Arts and Science Expertise: Veteran activist in 1981 raising awareness of the raids Mobile: (647) 973-8087 Email: david.rayside@utoronto.ca Donald Ainslie, Principal of University College Expertise: History of gay movement in Toronto Tel: (416) 978-7516 Email: uc.principal@utoronto.ca, donald.ainslie@utoronto.ca Brenda Cossman, Professor at the Faculty of Law Expertise: LGBT targeted for hate crimes Tel: (416) 978-8103, (416) 819-1921 Email: b.cossman@utoronto.ca

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October 19, 2017

New Program in Management Analytics Launched at UofT’s Rotman School of Management

Toronto, ON – A new program at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management aims to equip graduates with the skills to succeed in the field of management analytics. The Master of Management Analytics (MMA) is a rigorous nine-month program aimed at recent university graduates and provides students with advanced data management, analytical and communication skills. Developed in consultation with analytical professionals in industry, the program combines training in the use of predictive and prescriptive analytics tools as they…

October 18, 2017

Rotman Lifetime Achievement Award Presented to BMO’s William Downe

Toronto, ON – William Downe, a graduate of the MBA program at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management, will be honoured today at the Rotman Alumni Awards Dinner with a Lifetime Achievement Award. Downe is Chief Executive Officer of BMO Financial Group. He receives the award in recognition of his outstanding commitment to enhancing diversity and inclusion in corporate Canada, his steadfast support of education and healthcare, and his leadership of Canada’s first bank and bold expansion of its…

October 18, 2017

Survey Provides Rare Insight into the Governance of Private Family Businesses

Toronto, ON – Family businesses, arguably the most important contributors to Canada’s economy, recognize the need for strong governance, but approach board oversight in a variety of ways depending on their size and stage of maturity. A survey conducted by the Institute of Corporate Directors (ICD) and the Clarkson Centre for Board Effectiveness (CCBE) at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management shows that, while family businesses in the early stages of growth tend to rely less on formal…

October 17, 2017

Is the municipal electoral system in need of reform?

Toronto, ON – With municipal elections in Ontario, British Columbia, Manitoba, PEI, and the Territories just one year away, it is a good time to look at the way we vote. Is it in need of reform? In a new paper released by the Institute on Municipal Finance and Governance at the University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs, Professor Aaron A. Moore demystifies the municipal electoral system. He looks at the pros and cons of various reforms so that…

October 10, 2017

U of T’s Creative Destruction Lab Announces Expansion to New York City

Toronto, ON – Today one of the world’s premier seed-stage programs for massively scalable science-based ventures at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management announced its latest expansion. The Creative Destruction Lab will partner with the Stern School of Business at New York University to establish the first Lab outside of Canada – CDL New York City. CDL New York City will bring together, in a nine-month program, three groups: highly successful serial entrepreneurs and angel investors; founders of pre-seed…

October 6, 2017

U of T’s Creative Destruction Lab Appoints Inaugural Executive Director

Toronto, ON – The first National Executive Director has been chosen to lead one of the world’s premier seed-stage programs for massively scalable science-based ventures at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management. Sonia Sennik is the inaugural Executive Director of the UofT’s Creative Destruction Lab and its national network of programs.  She will be responsible for the Lab’s strategic operational and programmatic leadership, coordination, and oversight. Sennik, who held senior project and engineering management roles at global engineering consultancy…

October 4, 2017

“Nudge-a-thon” at University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management Tackles Public Transit Fare Evasion

Toronto, ON – Fare evaders are a problem faced by public transit systems in cities across the world. Evaders are willing to break the law and risk a significant penalty for the free ride. In Toronto, fare evasion is estimated to cost around $20 million a year in lost revenue. An event at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management on September 30 brought together students and members of the community interested in behavioural economics to develop concepts to…

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BBC | October 20, 2017

Reality Check: Does China's Communist Party have a woman problem?

Political Science’s Lynette Ong describes the role of women in China's Communist Party.  Read more. 

Toronto Star | October 19, 2017

To judge the Trudeau government at mid-term, look at the big picture

Donna Dasko of the School of Public Policy and Governance offers a positive mid-term review of Justin Trudeau. Read more. 

The Globe and Mail | October 18, 2017

Canadian University Report: Canadian universities a growing destination for international students

Vice-President International Ted Sargent and Executive Director of Enrolment Services and University Registrar Richard Levin remark on the surge in interest among students from around the world. Read more. 

The following is a list of University of Toronto experts who can comment on national Aboriginal Day. Charles Pascal, Professor at Ontario Institute for Studies in Education Expertise: Why National Aboriginal Day should be a statutory holiday Tel: (416) 716-7245 Email: charles.pascal@utoronto.ca *Please see his OISE blog Kent Roach, Professor of Law Expertise:  History of Indigenous law, Truth and Reconciliation Tel: (416)-946-5645 Email: kent.roach@utoronto.ca (Available for Print Media Interviews due to scheduling) Douglas Sanderson, Associate Professor at the Faculty of Law Expertise: Aboriginal Law Tel: (416) 946-5770 Email: d.sanderson@utoronto.ca Suzanne Stewart,  Associate Professor of Indigenous healing in Counseling Psychology at OISE Expertise: Indigenous community issues, mental health awareness Tel: (416) 828-4715  Email: Suzanne.Stewart@utoronto.ca

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October 19, 2017

New Program in Management Analytics Launched at UofT’s Rotman School of Management

Toronto, ON – A new program at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management aims to equip graduates with the skills to succeed in the field of management analytics. The Master of Management Analytics (MMA) is a rigorous nine-month program aimed at recent university graduates and provides students with advanced data management, analytical and communication skills. Developed in consultation with analytical professionals in industry, the program combines training in the use of predictive and prescriptive analytics tools as they…

October 18, 2017

Rotman Lifetime Achievement Award Presented to BMO’s William Downe

Toronto, ON – William Downe, a graduate of the MBA program at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management, will be honoured today at the Rotman Alumni Awards Dinner with a Lifetime Achievement Award. Downe is Chief Executive Officer of BMO Financial Group. He receives the award in recognition of his outstanding commitment to enhancing diversity and inclusion in corporate Canada, his steadfast support of education and healthcare, and his leadership of Canada’s first bank and bold expansion of its…

October 18, 2017

Survey Provides Rare Insight into the Governance of Private Family Businesses

Toronto, ON – Family businesses, arguably the most important contributors to Canada’s economy, recognize the need for strong governance, but approach board oversight in a variety of ways depending on their size and stage of maturity. A survey conducted by the Institute of Corporate Directors (ICD) and the Clarkson Centre for Board Effectiveness (CCBE) at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management shows that, while family businesses in the early stages of growth tend to rely less on formal…

October 17, 2017

Is the municipal electoral system in need of reform?

Toronto, ON – With municipal elections in Ontario, British Columbia, Manitoba, PEI, and the Territories just one year away, it is a good time to look at the way we vote. Is it in need of reform? In a new paper released by the Institute on Municipal Finance and Governance at the University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs, Professor Aaron A. Moore demystifies the municipal electoral system. He looks at the pros and cons of various reforms so that…

October 10, 2017

U of T’s Creative Destruction Lab Announces Expansion to New York City

Toronto, ON – Today one of the world’s premier seed-stage programs for massively scalable science-based ventures at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management announced its latest expansion. The Creative Destruction Lab will partner with the Stern School of Business at New York University to establish the first Lab outside of Canada – CDL New York City. CDL New York City will bring together, in a nine-month program, three groups: highly successful serial entrepreneurs and angel investors; founders of pre-seed…

October 6, 2017

U of T’s Creative Destruction Lab Appoints Inaugural Executive Director

Toronto, ON – The first National Executive Director has been chosen to lead one of the world’s premier seed-stage programs for massively scalable science-based ventures at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management. Sonia Sennik is the inaugural Executive Director of the UofT’s Creative Destruction Lab and its national network of programs.  She will be responsible for the Lab’s strategic operational and programmatic leadership, coordination, and oversight. Sennik, who held senior project and engineering management roles at global engineering consultancy…

October 4, 2017

“Nudge-a-thon” at University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management Tackles Public Transit Fare Evasion

Toronto, ON – Fare evaders are a problem faced by public transit systems in cities across the world. Evaders are willing to break the law and risk a significant penalty for the free ride. In Toronto, fare evasion is estimated to cost around $20 million a year in lost revenue. An event at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management on September 30 brought together students and members of the community interested in behavioural economics to develop concepts to…

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BBC | October 20, 2017

Reality Check: Does China's Communist Party have a woman problem?

Political Science’s Lynette Ong describes the role of women in China's Communist Party.  Read more. 

Toronto Star | October 19, 2017

To judge the Trudeau government at mid-term, look at the big picture

Donna Dasko of the School of Public Policy and Governance offers a positive mid-term review of Justin Trudeau. Read more. 

The Globe and Mail | October 18, 2017

Canadian University Report: Canadian universities a growing destination for international students

Vice-President International Ted Sargent and Executive Director of Enrolment Services and University Registrar Richard Levin remark on the surge in interest among students from around the world. Read more. 

The following is a list of University of Toronto experts who can comment on the CPP deal with the provinces. Keith Ambachtsheer, Adjunct Professor Director Emeritus of the Rotman International Centre for Pension Management Expertise: Canadian Pension Plan, How changes will affect Canadians Tel: (905) 892-5054 Email: keith@kpa-advisory.com Nelson Wiseman, Professor of Political Science and Director of Canadian Studies Program Expertise: Deal seemed unlikely at first, Provinces to finalize deal by July 15 Tel: (416) 978-3336 (checks messages regularly) Email: nelson@chass.utoronto.ca Graham White, Professor of Political Science (U of T Mississauga) Expertise:  Canadian provincial politics Tel: (905) 569-4377, (416) 978-6021 Email: gwhite@chass.utoronto.ca  

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Below is a selection of recent press releases. For all the latest news please visit www.utoronto.ca/news

October 19, 2017

New Program in Management Analytics Launched at UofT’s Rotman School of Management

Toronto, ON – A new program at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management aims to equip graduates with the skills to succeed in the field of management analytics. The Master of Management Analytics (MMA) is a rigorous nine-month program aimed at recent university graduates and provides students with advanced data management, analytical and communication skills. Developed in consultation with analytical professionals in industry, the program combines training in the use of predictive and prescriptive analytics tools as they…

October 18, 2017

Rotman Lifetime Achievement Award Presented to BMO’s William Downe

Toronto, ON – William Downe, a graduate of the MBA program at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management, will be honoured today at the Rotman Alumni Awards Dinner with a Lifetime Achievement Award. Downe is Chief Executive Officer of BMO Financial Group. He receives the award in recognition of his outstanding commitment to enhancing diversity and inclusion in corporate Canada, his steadfast support of education and healthcare, and his leadership of Canada’s first bank and bold expansion of its…

October 18, 2017

Survey Provides Rare Insight into the Governance of Private Family Businesses

Toronto, ON – Family businesses, arguably the most important contributors to Canada’s economy, recognize the need for strong governance, but approach board oversight in a variety of ways depending on their size and stage of maturity. A survey conducted by the Institute of Corporate Directors (ICD) and the Clarkson Centre for Board Effectiveness (CCBE) at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management shows that, while family businesses in the early stages of growth tend to rely less on formal…

October 17, 2017

Is the municipal electoral system in need of reform?

Toronto, ON – With municipal elections in Ontario, British Columbia, Manitoba, PEI, and the Territories just one year away, it is a good time to look at the way we vote. Is it in need of reform? In a new paper released by the Institute on Municipal Finance and Governance at the University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs, Professor Aaron A. Moore demystifies the municipal electoral system. He looks at the pros and cons of various reforms so that…

October 10, 2017

U of T’s Creative Destruction Lab Announces Expansion to New York City

Toronto, ON – Today one of the world’s premier seed-stage programs for massively scalable science-based ventures at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management announced its latest expansion. The Creative Destruction Lab will partner with the Stern School of Business at New York University to establish the first Lab outside of Canada – CDL New York City. CDL New York City will bring together, in a nine-month program, three groups: highly successful serial entrepreneurs and angel investors; founders of pre-seed…

October 6, 2017

U of T’s Creative Destruction Lab Appoints Inaugural Executive Director

Toronto, ON – The first National Executive Director has been chosen to lead one of the world’s premier seed-stage programs for massively scalable science-based ventures at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management. Sonia Sennik is the inaugural Executive Director of the UofT’s Creative Destruction Lab and its national network of programs.  She will be responsible for the Lab’s strategic operational and programmatic leadership, coordination, and oversight. Sennik, who held senior project and engineering management roles at global engineering consultancy…

October 4, 2017

“Nudge-a-thon” at University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management Tackles Public Transit Fare Evasion

Toronto, ON – Fare evaders are a problem faced by public transit systems in cities across the world. Evaders are willing to break the law and risk a significant penalty for the free ride. In Toronto, fare evasion is estimated to cost around $20 million a year in lost revenue. An event at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management on September 30 brought together students and members of the community interested in behavioural economics to develop concepts to…

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BBC | October 20, 2017

Reality Check: Does China's Communist Party have a woman problem?

Political Science’s Lynette Ong describes the role of women in China's Communist Party.  Read more. 

Toronto Star | October 19, 2017

To judge the Trudeau government at mid-term, look at the big picture

Donna Dasko of the School of Public Policy and Governance offers a positive mid-term review of Justin Trudeau. Read more. 

The Globe and Mail | October 18, 2017

Canadian University Report: Canadian universities a growing destination for international students

Vice-President International Ted Sargent and Executive Director of Enrolment Services and University Registrar Richard Levin remark on the surge in interest among students from around the world. Read more. 

The following is a list of University of Toronto experts who can comment on a variety of issues related to Euro 2016. Anthony Capotosto, Manager of Operations and Head Coach Men’s Varsity Soccer Team Expertise: Weekend matches to watch, Strategy Tel: (416) 400-4706 Email: a.capotosto@utoronto.ca Simon Darnell, Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Kinesiology and Physical Education Expertise: National pride around major sporting events Tel: (416) 978-0529 Email: simon.darnell@utoronto.ca

Latest Media Releases

Below is a selection of recent press releases. For all the latest news please visit www.utoronto.ca/news

October 19, 2017

New Program in Management Analytics Launched at UofT’s Rotman School of Management

Toronto, ON – A new program at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management aims to equip graduates with the skills to succeed in the field of management analytics. The Master of Management Analytics (MMA) is a rigorous nine-month program aimed at recent university graduates and provides students with advanced data management, analytical and communication skills. Developed in consultation with analytical professionals in industry, the program combines training in the use of predictive and prescriptive analytics tools as they…

October 18, 2017

Rotman Lifetime Achievement Award Presented to BMO’s William Downe

Toronto, ON – William Downe, a graduate of the MBA program at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management, will be honoured today at the Rotman Alumni Awards Dinner with a Lifetime Achievement Award. Downe is Chief Executive Officer of BMO Financial Group. He receives the award in recognition of his outstanding commitment to enhancing diversity and inclusion in corporate Canada, his steadfast support of education and healthcare, and his leadership of Canada’s first bank and bold expansion of its…

October 18, 2017

Survey Provides Rare Insight into the Governance of Private Family Businesses

Toronto, ON – Family businesses, arguably the most important contributors to Canada’s economy, recognize the need for strong governance, but approach board oversight in a variety of ways depending on their size and stage of maturity. A survey conducted by the Institute of Corporate Directors (ICD) and the Clarkson Centre for Board Effectiveness (CCBE) at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management shows that, while family businesses in the early stages of growth tend to rely less on formal…

October 17, 2017

Is the municipal electoral system in need of reform?

Toronto, ON – With municipal elections in Ontario, British Columbia, Manitoba, PEI, and the Territories just one year away, it is a good time to look at the way we vote. Is it in need of reform? In a new paper released by the Institute on Municipal Finance and Governance at the University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs, Professor Aaron A. Moore demystifies the municipal electoral system. He looks at the pros and cons of various reforms so that…

October 10, 2017

U of T’s Creative Destruction Lab Announces Expansion to New York City

Toronto, ON – Today one of the world’s premier seed-stage programs for massively scalable science-based ventures at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management announced its latest expansion. The Creative Destruction Lab will partner with the Stern School of Business at New York University to establish the first Lab outside of Canada – CDL New York City. CDL New York City will bring together, in a nine-month program, three groups: highly successful serial entrepreneurs and angel investors; founders of pre-seed…

October 6, 2017

U of T’s Creative Destruction Lab Appoints Inaugural Executive Director

Toronto, ON – The first National Executive Director has been chosen to lead one of the world’s premier seed-stage programs for massively scalable science-based ventures at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management. Sonia Sennik is the inaugural Executive Director of the UofT’s Creative Destruction Lab and its national network of programs.  She will be responsible for the Lab’s strategic operational and programmatic leadership, coordination, and oversight. Sennik, who held senior project and engineering management roles at global engineering consultancy…

October 4, 2017

“Nudge-a-thon” at University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management Tackles Public Transit Fare Evasion

Toronto, ON – Fare evaders are a problem faced by public transit systems in cities across the world. Evaders are willing to break the law and risk a significant penalty for the free ride. In Toronto, fare evasion is estimated to cost around $20 million a year in lost revenue. An event at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management on September 30 brought together students and members of the community interested in behavioural economics to develop concepts to…

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BBC | October 20, 2017

Reality Check: Does China's Communist Party have a woman problem?

Political Science’s Lynette Ong describes the role of women in China's Communist Party.  Read more. 

Toronto Star | October 19, 2017

To judge the Trudeau government at mid-term, look at the big picture

Donna Dasko of the School of Public Policy and Governance offers a positive mid-term review of Justin Trudeau. Read more. 

The Globe and Mail | October 18, 2017

Canadian University Report: Canadian universities a growing destination for international students

Vice-President International Ted Sargent and Executive Director of Enrolment Services and University Registrar Richard Levin remark on the surge in interest among students from around the world. Read more. 

The following is a list of University of Toronto experts who can comment on the changes to the Canadian anthem. Judith Taylor, Professor Women & Gender Studies Institute Expertise: Women’s movement, Identity politics, Why changing the anthem matters Tel: (416) 946-5720 Email: jtaylor@chass.utoronto.ca Robert Bothwell, Professor of International Relations at U of T’s Munk School of Global Affairs Expertise: History of the anthem Tel : (416) 946-8948 Email: bothwell@chass.utoronto.ca Laurie Bertram, Assistant Professor of History Expertise: Gender and sexuality, Importance of gender neutral language Tel: 647-801-7162 Email: l.bertram@utoronto.ca Joan Simalchik, Professor of Historical Studies (U of T Mississauga), Women & Gender Studies Expertise: Gender and global culture, Gender neutral language Tel: (905) 569-4491, 416-988-7953 Email: joan.simalchik@utoronto.ca

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Below is a selection of recent press releases. For all the latest news please visit www.utoronto.ca/news

October 19, 2017

New Program in Management Analytics Launched at UofT’s Rotman School of Management

Toronto, ON – A new program at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management aims to equip graduates with the skills to succeed in the field of management analytics. The Master of Management Analytics (MMA) is a rigorous nine-month program aimed at recent university graduates and provides students with advanced data management, analytical and communication skills. Developed in consultation with analytical professionals in industry, the program combines training in the use of predictive and prescriptive analytics tools as they…

October 18, 2017

Rotman Lifetime Achievement Award Presented to BMO’s William Downe

Toronto, ON – William Downe, a graduate of the MBA program at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management, will be honoured today at the Rotman Alumni Awards Dinner with a Lifetime Achievement Award. Downe is Chief Executive Officer of BMO Financial Group. He receives the award in recognition of his outstanding commitment to enhancing diversity and inclusion in corporate Canada, his steadfast support of education and healthcare, and his leadership of Canada’s first bank and bold expansion of its…

October 18, 2017

Survey Provides Rare Insight into the Governance of Private Family Businesses

Toronto, ON – Family businesses, arguably the most important contributors to Canada’s economy, recognize the need for strong governance, but approach board oversight in a variety of ways depending on their size and stage of maturity. A survey conducted by the Institute of Corporate Directors (ICD) and the Clarkson Centre for Board Effectiveness (CCBE) at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management shows that, while family businesses in the early stages of growth tend to rely less on formal…

October 17, 2017

Is the municipal electoral system in need of reform?

Toronto, ON – With municipal elections in Ontario, British Columbia, Manitoba, PEI, and the Territories just one year away, it is a good time to look at the way we vote. Is it in need of reform? In a new paper released by the Institute on Municipal Finance and Governance at the University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs, Professor Aaron A. Moore demystifies the municipal electoral system. He looks at the pros and cons of various reforms so that…

October 10, 2017

U of T’s Creative Destruction Lab Announces Expansion to New York City

Toronto, ON – Today one of the world’s premier seed-stage programs for massively scalable science-based ventures at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management announced its latest expansion. The Creative Destruction Lab will partner with the Stern School of Business at New York University to establish the first Lab outside of Canada – CDL New York City. CDL New York City will bring together, in a nine-month program, three groups: highly successful serial entrepreneurs and angel investors; founders of pre-seed…

October 6, 2017

U of T’s Creative Destruction Lab Appoints Inaugural Executive Director

Toronto, ON – The first National Executive Director has been chosen to lead one of the world’s premier seed-stage programs for massively scalable science-based ventures at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management. Sonia Sennik is the inaugural Executive Director of the UofT’s Creative Destruction Lab and its national network of programs.  She will be responsible for the Lab’s strategic operational and programmatic leadership, coordination, and oversight. Sennik, who held senior project and engineering management roles at global engineering consultancy…

October 4, 2017

“Nudge-a-thon” at University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management Tackles Public Transit Fare Evasion

Toronto, ON – Fare evaders are a problem faced by public transit systems in cities across the world. Evaders are willing to break the law and risk a significant penalty for the free ride. In Toronto, fare evasion is estimated to cost around $20 million a year in lost revenue. An event at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management on September 30 brought together students and members of the community interested in behavioural economics to develop concepts to…

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BBC | October 20, 2017

Reality Check: Does China's Communist Party have a woman problem?

Political Science’s Lynette Ong describes the role of women in China's Communist Party.  Read more. 

Toronto Star | October 19, 2017

To judge the Trudeau government at mid-term, look at the big picture

Donna Dasko of the School of Public Policy and Governance offers a positive mid-term review of Justin Trudeau. Read more. 

The Globe and Mail | October 18, 2017

Canadian University Report: Canadian universities a growing destination for international students

Vice-President International Ted Sargent and Executive Director of Enrolment Services and University Registrar Richard Levin remark on the surge in interest among students from around the world. Read more. 

The following is a list of University of Toronto experts who can comment on a variety of issues related to Euro 2016. Anthony Capotosto, Manager of Operations and Head Coach Men’s Varsity Soccer Team Expertise: Strategy, players to watch, round-robin highlights Tel: (416) 400-4706 Email: a.capotosto@utoronto.ca Simon Darnell, Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Kinesiology and Physical Education Expertise: National pride around major sporting events Tel: (416) 978-0529 Email: simon.darnell@utoronto.ca Arne Kislenko, Adjunct Professor at U of T’s Munk School of Global Affairs Expertise: Threat of terrorism in France Tel: (416) 946-8973 Email: arne.kislenko@utoronto.ca

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Below is a selection of recent press releases. For all the latest news please visit www.utoronto.ca/news

October 19, 2017

New Program in Management Analytics Launched at UofT’s Rotman School of Management

Toronto, ON – A new program at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management aims to equip graduates with the skills to succeed in the field of management analytics. The Master of Management Analytics (MMA) is a rigorous nine-month program aimed at recent university graduates and provides students with advanced data management, analytical and communication skills. Developed in consultation with analytical professionals in industry, the program combines training in the use of predictive and prescriptive analytics tools as they…

October 18, 2017

Rotman Lifetime Achievement Award Presented to BMO’s William Downe

Toronto, ON – William Downe, a graduate of the MBA program at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management, will be honoured today at the Rotman Alumni Awards Dinner with a Lifetime Achievement Award. Downe is Chief Executive Officer of BMO Financial Group. He receives the award in recognition of his outstanding commitment to enhancing diversity and inclusion in corporate Canada, his steadfast support of education and healthcare, and his leadership of Canada’s first bank and bold expansion of its…

October 18, 2017

Survey Provides Rare Insight into the Governance of Private Family Businesses

Toronto, ON – Family businesses, arguably the most important contributors to Canada’s economy, recognize the need for strong governance, but approach board oversight in a variety of ways depending on their size and stage of maturity. A survey conducted by the Institute of Corporate Directors (ICD) and the Clarkson Centre for Board Effectiveness (CCBE) at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management shows that, while family businesses in the early stages of growth tend to rely less on formal…

October 17, 2017

Is the municipal electoral system in need of reform?

Toronto, ON – With municipal elections in Ontario, British Columbia, Manitoba, PEI, and the Territories just one year away, it is a good time to look at the way we vote. Is it in need of reform? In a new paper released by the Institute on Municipal Finance and Governance at the University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs, Professor Aaron A. Moore demystifies the municipal electoral system. He looks at the pros and cons of various reforms so that…

October 10, 2017

U of T’s Creative Destruction Lab Announces Expansion to New York City

Toronto, ON – Today one of the world’s premier seed-stage programs for massively scalable science-based ventures at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management announced its latest expansion. The Creative Destruction Lab will partner with the Stern School of Business at New York University to establish the first Lab outside of Canada – CDL New York City. CDL New York City will bring together, in a nine-month program, three groups: highly successful serial entrepreneurs and angel investors; founders of pre-seed…

October 6, 2017

U of T’s Creative Destruction Lab Appoints Inaugural Executive Director

Toronto, ON – The first National Executive Director has been chosen to lead one of the world’s premier seed-stage programs for massively scalable science-based ventures at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management. Sonia Sennik is the inaugural Executive Director of the UofT’s Creative Destruction Lab and its national network of programs.  She will be responsible for the Lab’s strategic operational and programmatic leadership, coordination, and oversight. Sennik, who held senior project and engineering management roles at global engineering consultancy…

October 4, 2017

“Nudge-a-thon” at University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management Tackles Public Transit Fare Evasion

Toronto, ON – Fare evaders are a problem faced by public transit systems in cities across the world. Evaders are willing to break the law and risk a significant penalty for the free ride. In Toronto, fare evasion is estimated to cost around $20 million a year in lost revenue. An event at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management on September 30 brought together students and members of the community interested in behavioural economics to develop concepts to…

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BBC | October 20, 2017

Reality Check: Does China's Communist Party have a woman problem?

Political Science’s Lynette Ong describes the role of women in China's Communist Party.  Read more. 

Toronto Star | October 19, 2017

To judge the Trudeau government at mid-term, look at the big picture

Donna Dasko of the School of Public Policy and Governance offers a positive mid-term review of Justin Trudeau. Read more. 

The Globe and Mail | October 18, 2017

Canadian University Report: Canadian universities a growing destination for international students

Vice-President International Ted Sargent and Executive Director of Enrolment Services and University Registrar Richard Levin remark on the surge in interest among students from around the world. Read more. 

The following is a list of University of Toronto experts who can comment on a variety of issues related to the senate sending amended assisted-dying bill to house. Nelson Wiseman, Professor of Political Science and Director of Canadian Studies Program Expertise: Senate no longer a “sober-second thought” Tel: (416) 978-3336 (checks messages regularly) Email: nelson@chass.utoronto.ca Trudo Lemmens, Professor, Chair in Health Law and Policy Expertise: What the new bill contains Tel.: (416) 978-4201 Email: trudo.lemmens@utoronto.ca Kerry Bowman, Assistant Professor of Family and Community Medicine Expertise: Physician assisted dying Tel: (416) 586-4800, ext.2163 Email: kerry.bowman@utoronto.ca Jennifer Gibson, Professor of Bioethics at U of T’s Dalla Lana School of Public Health Expertise: Co-chairs the provincial-territorial expert advisory group on physician assisted dying Email: Jennifer.gibson@utoronto.ca * Read U of T News story featuring Prof. Gibson

Latest Media Releases

Below is a selection of recent press releases. For all the latest news please visit www.utoronto.ca/news

October 19, 2017

New Program in Management Analytics Launched at UofT’s Rotman School of Management

Toronto, ON – A new program at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management aims to equip graduates with the skills to succeed in the field of management analytics. The Master of Management Analytics (MMA) is a rigorous nine-month program aimed at recent university graduates and provides students with advanced data management, analytical and communication skills. Developed in consultation with analytical professionals in industry, the program combines training in the use of predictive and prescriptive analytics tools as they…

October 18, 2017

Rotman Lifetime Achievement Award Presented to BMO’s William Downe

Toronto, ON – William Downe, a graduate of the MBA program at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management, will be honoured today at the Rotman Alumni Awards Dinner with a Lifetime Achievement Award. Downe is Chief Executive Officer of BMO Financial Group. He receives the award in recognition of his outstanding commitment to enhancing diversity and inclusion in corporate Canada, his steadfast support of education and healthcare, and his leadership of Canada’s first bank and bold expansion of its…

October 18, 2017

Survey Provides Rare Insight into the Governance of Private Family Businesses

Toronto, ON – Family businesses, arguably the most important contributors to Canada’s economy, recognize the need for strong governance, but approach board oversight in a variety of ways depending on their size and stage of maturity. A survey conducted by the Institute of Corporate Directors (ICD) and the Clarkson Centre for Board Effectiveness (CCBE) at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management shows that, while family businesses in the early stages of growth tend to rely less on formal…

October 17, 2017

Is the municipal electoral system in need of reform?

Toronto, ON – With municipal elections in Ontario, British Columbia, Manitoba, PEI, and the Territories just one year away, it is a good time to look at the way we vote. Is it in need of reform? In a new paper released by the Institute on Municipal Finance and Governance at the University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs, Professor Aaron A. Moore demystifies the municipal electoral system. He looks at the pros and cons of various reforms so that…

October 10, 2017

U of T’s Creative Destruction Lab Announces Expansion to New York City

Toronto, ON – Today one of the world’s premier seed-stage programs for massively scalable science-based ventures at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management announced its latest expansion. The Creative Destruction Lab will partner with the Stern School of Business at New York University to establish the first Lab outside of Canada – CDL New York City. CDL New York City will bring together, in a nine-month program, three groups: highly successful serial entrepreneurs and angel investors; founders of pre-seed…

October 6, 2017

U of T’s Creative Destruction Lab Appoints Inaugural Executive Director

Toronto, ON – The first National Executive Director has been chosen to lead one of the world’s premier seed-stage programs for massively scalable science-based ventures at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management. Sonia Sennik is the inaugural Executive Director of the UofT’s Creative Destruction Lab and its national network of programs.  She will be responsible for the Lab’s strategic operational and programmatic leadership, coordination, and oversight. Sennik, who held senior project and engineering management roles at global engineering consultancy…

October 4, 2017

“Nudge-a-thon” at University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management Tackles Public Transit Fare Evasion

Toronto, ON – Fare evaders are a problem faced by public transit systems in cities across the world. Evaders are willing to break the law and risk a significant penalty for the free ride. In Toronto, fare evasion is estimated to cost around $20 million a year in lost revenue. An event at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management on September 30 brought together students and members of the community interested in behavioural economics to develop concepts to…

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U of T in the News

BBC | October 20, 2017

Reality Check: Does China's Communist Party have a woman problem?

Political Science’s Lynette Ong describes the role of women in China's Communist Party.  Read more. 

Toronto Star | October 19, 2017

To judge the Trudeau government at mid-term, look at the big picture

Donna Dasko of the School of Public Policy and Governance offers a positive mid-term review of Justin Trudeau. Read more. 

The Globe and Mail | October 18, 2017

Canadian University Report: Canadian universities a growing destination for international students

Vice-President International Ted Sargent and Executive Director of Enrolment Services and University Registrar Richard Levin remark on the surge in interest among students from around the world. Read more. 

The following is a list of University of Toronto experts who can comment on the Toronto police task force report and TAVIS. Rinaldo Walcott, Associate Professor of Sociology Expertise: Race, Black politics, Community criticism of TAVIS Tel: (416) 978-0400 Email: rinaldo.walcott@utoronto.ca (email is best) Akwasi Owusu-Bempah, Ph.D. Candidate in Centre of Criminology Expertise: Policing challenges, Criminal Justice, TAVIS’ failure Email: a.o.bempah@mail.utoronto.ca or can message him through Twitter: @AOBempah Scot Wortley, Associate Professor of Criminology Expertise: Recommendations, Criticism of community policing strategy Email: scot.wortley@utoronto.ca (available after 3 p.m.) Peter Rosenthal, Adjunct Professor of Law, Professor Emeritus of Mathematics Expertise: Policing Email: rosent@math.utoronto.ca

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Below is a selection of recent press releases. For all the latest news please visit www.utoronto.ca/news

October 19, 2017

New Program in Management Analytics Launched at UofT’s Rotman School of Management

Toronto, ON – A new program at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management aims to equip graduates with the skills to succeed in the field of management analytics. The Master of Management Analytics (MMA) is a rigorous nine-month program aimed at recent university graduates and provides students with advanced data management, analytical and communication skills. Developed in consultation with analytical professionals in industry, the program combines training in the use of predictive and prescriptive analytics tools as they…

October 18, 2017

Rotman Lifetime Achievement Award Presented to BMO’s William Downe

Toronto, ON – William Downe, a graduate of the MBA program at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management, will be honoured today at the Rotman Alumni Awards Dinner with a Lifetime Achievement Award. Downe is Chief Executive Officer of BMO Financial Group. He receives the award in recognition of his outstanding commitment to enhancing diversity and inclusion in corporate Canada, his steadfast support of education and healthcare, and his leadership of Canada’s first bank and bold expansion of its…

October 18, 2017

Survey Provides Rare Insight into the Governance of Private Family Businesses

Toronto, ON – Family businesses, arguably the most important contributors to Canada’s economy, recognize the need for strong governance, but approach board oversight in a variety of ways depending on their size and stage of maturity. A survey conducted by the Institute of Corporate Directors (ICD) and the Clarkson Centre for Board Effectiveness (CCBE) at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management shows that, while family businesses in the early stages of growth tend to rely less on formal…

October 17, 2017

Is the municipal electoral system in need of reform?

Toronto, ON – With municipal elections in Ontario, British Columbia, Manitoba, PEI, and the Territories just one year away, it is a good time to look at the way we vote. Is it in need of reform? In a new paper released by the Institute on Municipal Finance and Governance at the University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs, Professor Aaron A. Moore demystifies the municipal electoral system. He looks at the pros and cons of various reforms so that…

October 10, 2017

U of T’s Creative Destruction Lab Announces Expansion to New York City

Toronto, ON – Today one of the world’s premier seed-stage programs for massively scalable science-based ventures at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management announced its latest expansion. The Creative Destruction Lab will partner with the Stern School of Business at New York University to establish the first Lab outside of Canada – CDL New York City. CDL New York City will bring together, in a nine-month program, three groups: highly successful serial entrepreneurs and angel investors; founders of pre-seed…

October 6, 2017

U of T’s Creative Destruction Lab Appoints Inaugural Executive Director

Toronto, ON – The first National Executive Director has been chosen to lead one of the world’s premier seed-stage programs for massively scalable science-based ventures at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management. Sonia Sennik is the inaugural Executive Director of the UofT’s Creative Destruction Lab and its national network of programs.  She will be responsible for the Lab’s strategic operational and programmatic leadership, coordination, and oversight. Sennik, who held senior project and engineering management roles at global engineering consultancy…

October 4, 2017

“Nudge-a-thon” at University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management Tackles Public Transit Fare Evasion

Toronto, ON – Fare evaders are a problem faced by public transit systems in cities across the world. Evaders are willing to break the law and risk a significant penalty for the free ride. In Toronto, fare evasion is estimated to cost around $20 million a year in lost revenue. An event at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management on September 30 brought together students and members of the community interested in behavioural economics to develop concepts to…

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+1 (416) 978-0100

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U of T in the News

BBC | October 20, 2017

Reality Check: Does China's Communist Party have a woman problem?

Political Science’s Lynette Ong describes the role of women in China's Communist Party.  Read more. 

Toronto Star | October 19, 2017

To judge the Trudeau government at mid-term, look at the big picture

Donna Dasko of the School of Public Policy and Governance offers a positive mid-term review of Justin Trudeau. Read more. 

The Globe and Mail | October 18, 2017

Canadian University Report: Canadian universities a growing destination for international students

Vice-President International Ted Sargent and Executive Director of Enrolment Services and University Registrar Richard Levin remark on the surge in interest among students from around the world. Read more. 

The following is a list of University of Toronto experts who can comment on a variety of issues related to Ontario’s cabinet shuffle. Nelson Wiseman, Professor of Political Science and Director of Canadian Studies Program Expertise: Why Wynne is shuffling cabinet, New names on cabinet, Poor performance in polls Tel: (416) 978-3336 (checks messages regularly) Email: nelson@chass.utoronto.ca Graham White, Professor of Political Science Expertise:  Canadian provincial politics, Why and when do politicians change their cabinet Tel: (905) 569-4377, (416) 978-6021 Email: gwhite@chass.utoronto.ca Scot Wortley, Associate Professor of Criminology Expertise: Cabinet minister in charge of corrections and policing changed, Impact on policing Tel: (416) 978-7124 x228 Email: scot.wortley@utoronto.ca

Latest Media Releases

Below is a selection of recent press releases. For all the latest news please visit www.utoronto.ca/news

October 19, 2017

New Program in Management Analytics Launched at UofT’s Rotman School of Management

Toronto, ON – A new program at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management aims to equip graduates with the skills to succeed in the field of management analytics. The Master of Management Analytics (MMA) is a rigorous nine-month program aimed at recent university graduates and provides students with advanced data management, analytical and communication skills. Developed in consultation with analytical professionals in industry, the program combines training in the use of predictive and prescriptive analytics tools as they…

October 18, 2017

Rotman Lifetime Achievement Award Presented to BMO’s William Downe

Toronto, ON – William Downe, a graduate of the MBA program at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management, will be honoured today at the Rotman Alumni Awards Dinner with a Lifetime Achievement Award. Downe is Chief Executive Officer of BMO Financial Group. He receives the award in recognition of his outstanding commitment to enhancing diversity and inclusion in corporate Canada, his steadfast support of education and healthcare, and his leadership of Canada’s first bank and bold expansion of its…

October 18, 2017

Survey Provides Rare Insight into the Governance of Private Family Businesses

Toronto, ON – Family businesses, arguably the most important contributors to Canada’s economy, recognize the need for strong governance, but approach board oversight in a variety of ways depending on their size and stage of maturity. A survey conducted by the Institute of Corporate Directors (ICD) and the Clarkson Centre for Board Effectiveness (CCBE) at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management shows that, while family businesses in the early stages of growth tend to rely less on formal…

October 17, 2017

Is the municipal electoral system in need of reform?

Toronto, ON – With municipal elections in Ontario, British Columbia, Manitoba, PEI, and the Territories just one year away, it is a good time to look at the way we vote. Is it in need of reform? In a new paper released by the Institute on Municipal Finance and Governance at the University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs, Professor Aaron A. Moore demystifies the municipal electoral system. He looks at the pros and cons of various reforms so that…

October 10, 2017

U of T’s Creative Destruction Lab Announces Expansion to New York City

Toronto, ON – Today one of the world’s premier seed-stage programs for massively scalable science-based ventures at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management announced its latest expansion. The Creative Destruction Lab will partner with the Stern School of Business at New York University to establish the first Lab outside of Canada – CDL New York City. CDL New York City will bring together, in a nine-month program, three groups: highly successful serial entrepreneurs and angel investors; founders of pre-seed…

October 6, 2017

U of T’s Creative Destruction Lab Appoints Inaugural Executive Director

Toronto, ON – The first National Executive Director has been chosen to lead one of the world’s premier seed-stage programs for massively scalable science-based ventures at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management. Sonia Sennik is the inaugural Executive Director of the UofT’s Creative Destruction Lab and its national network of programs.  She will be responsible for the Lab’s strategic operational and programmatic leadership, coordination, and oversight. Sennik, who held senior project and engineering management roles at global engineering consultancy…

October 4, 2017

“Nudge-a-thon” at University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management Tackles Public Transit Fare Evasion

Toronto, ON – Fare evaders are a problem faced by public transit systems in cities across the world. Evaders are willing to break the law and risk a significant penalty for the free ride. In Toronto, fare evasion is estimated to cost around $20 million a year in lost revenue. An event at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management on September 30 brought together students and members of the community interested in behavioural economics to develop concepts to…

See all news releases

General Inquiries
+1 (416) 978-0100

Email
media.relations@utoronto.ca

U of T in the News

BBC | October 20, 2017

Reality Check: Does China's Communist Party have a woman problem?

Political Science’s Lynette Ong describes the role of women in China's Communist Party.  Read more. 

Toronto Star | October 19, 2017

To judge the Trudeau government at mid-term, look at the big picture

Donna Dasko of the School of Public Policy and Governance offers a positive mid-term review of Justin Trudeau. Read more. 

The Globe and Mail | October 18, 2017

Canadian University Report: Canadian universities a growing destination for international students

Vice-President International Ted Sargent and Executive Director of Enrolment Services and University Registrar Richard Levin remark on the surge in interest among students from around the world. Read more.