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Former Munk One Student Interns with the White House Press Corps

September 6, 2017

Former Munk One student Sayeh Yousefi is interning at the White House Press Corps for The Pavlovic Today where she is applying her global affairs knowledge acquired during her time in Munk One.

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Professor Joseph Wong speaks at TedxUofT

June 21, 2017

Joe Wong presents the challenges and ideas that come with humanitarian efforts. What are the logistics, questions, and requirements that come with ending poverty? How do we reach those that are hardest to reach?

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MUNK ONE CELEBRATES ITS FIRST COHORT OF U OF T GRADUATES

June 21, 2017

Since its inception in 2013, the Munk One first-year foundation program has attracted and taught some of the University of Toronto’s most audacious students. Now, the program is celebrating its first cohort of students to graduate from U of T.

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MUNK SCHOOL MEETS: SAYEH YOUSEFI

March 21, 2017

A Munk One student and one of the University of Toronto’s four 2016 Loran scholars, Yousefi is using her talents to contribute to a greater good.

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Munk One Incubator Featured in University Affairs

February 10, 2017

Academic incubators can do much more than create marketable products. Find out more in the article by Kourosh Houshmand and Prof. Teresa Kramarz.

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Reflections on the Ethnography Lab

January 10, 2017

Munk One recently partnered with the Ethnography Lab. Students applied newly learned research methods to Kensington Market.

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Munk One Students Think Locally, Act Globally

January 5, 2017

UofTMagazine features former Munk One student Adam Skeikh and his work in the Gulf region.

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Welcoming Rob Fonberg

December 8, 2016

The Munk One Program is excited to welcome Rob Fonberg, former Deputy Minister of National Defense. We had the chance to sit down with him and discuss his career and the decision to bring his vast experience in public service to the classroom.

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SEE ONE, DO ONE, TEACH ONE: MUNK SCHOOL COMPETITION AN OPPORTUNITY FOR MENTORSHIP

November 28, 2016

Given just 24 hours, students in the Munk One program were challenged to propose a solution to sex trafficking in Toronto, in the program’s annual Case Competition earlier this month.

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Munk One Alumni Does Research in South Africa

November 3, 2016

After 10 months of preparation, Stephanie travelled with four other undergraduates to South Africa to conduct field work on “Reaching the Hard to Reach.”

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