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A group of graduates sit in Convocation Hall

Congratulations, Class of 2019!

June 7, 2019

Today, we welcomed 151 new Master of Global Affairs and Master of Public Policy alumni into our community. View some highlights from Convocation 2019.

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Noura Al-Jizawi

Noura Al-Jizawi takes on a new challenge

June 6, 2019

In 2016, Syrian activist Noura Al-Jizawi was a target in a cyber espionage campaign. She shares how a hacking attempt on her email address sent her on the path toward a Master of Global Affairs.

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Alexandre Parrott-Mautner

Alexandre Parrott-Mautner embraces variety

June 6, 2019

Alexandre Parrott-Mautner, a 2019 Master of Global Affairs candidate, shares how he made the most of his MGA experience.

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Kaidie Williams

Kaidie Williams Finds Resilience After the Hurricanes

June 4, 2019

Kadie Williams, 2019 Master of Public Policy candidate, wants to use her education to help build resilience in Dominica.

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Jasper Paredes

Jasper Paredes Finds a New Path

June 3, 2019

Jasper Paredes, 2019 Master of Public Policy candidate, shares his journey from the Munk School to Natural Resources Canada.

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Book Series Shows Current Affairs Through Global Perspectives

May 31, 2019

Established with a donation from Ken Alexander and Sharyn Langdon and published by the University of Toronto Press, the Munk Series on Global Affairs focuses on the big ideas that are at the heart of the Munk School’s research.

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Shannon Hazlett

MPP alumna attends Spring Meetings of World Bank, IMF

May 31, 2019

Master of Public Policy grad Shannon Hazlett headed to Washington, D.C. for the 2019 Spring Meetings of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund.

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Congratulations! Anita McGahan, James Retallack named 2019 University Professors

May 31, 2019

The title University Professor, an appointment held by only two per cent of tenured U of T faculty, is the University’s highest and most distinguished academic rank.

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Kassandra Neranjan, Sakshi Shetty, Emily Hertzman

Arts & Science undergrads conduct research in world’s largest refugee settlement

May 29, 2019

The students’ research on the Rohingya refugee crisis was conducted with support from the Asian Institute’s Richard Charles Lee Insights Through Asia Challenge.

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Phone screen with WhatsApp icon highlighted

Citizen Lab in Globe and Mail: WhatsApp security flaw discovered with help from Canadian researchers

May 16, 2019

The Munk School’s Citizen Lab helped to uncover a cyber attack which exploited a bug in WhatsApp, Facebook’s encrypted messaging service. (Paywall content)

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