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MGA students share ideas for innovation policy and economic growth

April 18, 2016

Two groups of master’s students worked with clients from the Ontario Ministry of Economic Development, Employment and Infrastructure (MEDEI), presenting their final findings at the Ministry on April 12.

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Joe Pennachetti

Joe Pennachetti on cities and the role of the University of Toronto

April 14, 2016

Former City Manager will be in conversation today with CBC Radio’s Matt Galloway at the Munk School of Global Affairs.

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students pitch their Big Ideas for the Asian Institute's Richard Charles Lee Big Ideas Competition

U of T Students Tackle Real World Problems in Asia

April 13, 2016

Five student teams received funding for their projects at the Final Pitch presentation in the Richard Charles Lee Big Ideas Competition.

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Munk One students bring their big ideas to the Dragon’s Den

April 7, 2016

Munk One, the Munk’s School’s first-year foundation program, puts an altruistic spin on the reality TV show Dragon’s Den.

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A mother and child cross the border as they flee the Syrian civil war

Humanitarianism under the microscope at Munk

April 5, 2016

People interested in learning about and debating humanitarianism had a choice of events at the Munk School of Global Affairs earlier this year.

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Organizing committee of students for the Munk School graduate conferece

Munk School holds tenth annual Graduate Student Conference

April 4, 2016

The roles of borders in our world are changing. Grad students from the Munk School organized a conference to explore the implications.

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Jelena Djuric and Silviu Kondan

Dean’s Student Initiatives Fund enables Munk students to go to Serbia

March 29, 2016

While many of their fellow University of Toronto students hit the books during Reading Week, two PCJ students hit the streets of Belgrade instead.

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Girl on phone in front of Tencent logo

China’s Top Web Browsers Leave User Data Vulnerable, Citizen Lab Says

March 28, 2016

China’s top three Web browsers collected and transmitted data in insecure ways, making hundreds of millions of users’ personal information vulnerable to unauthorized access, according to Citizen Lab

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Britannia Mine Museum

Student-led conference examines geopolitics of mining

March 14, 2016

Local communities need to be included in mining developments, Munk conference told.

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Dan Breznitz with Students

Here’s how Munk students are helping to develop real government policy

March 11, 2016

Students in Dan Breznitz’s Innovation, Institutions, Governments and Growth class have seen their policies implemented in Ireland and Mexico.

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