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David Wolfe

Video: David Wolfe talks transportation and human connectivity

October 9, 2015

http://news.communitech.ca/news/featured/toronto-kitchener-mayors-speak-out-on-need-for-better-rail/

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Alexa Waud

PCJ student off to Brazil to research poverty

October 8, 2015

http://news.utoronto.ca/u-t-undergrads-brazil-research-poverty

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Molly Thomas and a television camera crew interview a student.

Education Emergency: MGA student Molly Thomas reports

October 7, 2015

As Syrian students continue to flee the chaos in their country, MGA student Molly Thomas is crossing borders for this special story on the impact of the refugee crisis on education. In a documentary she wrote and produced for Global...

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Screenshot of Janice Stein on The Agenda

Janice Stein on The Agenda: Debating foreign affairs

September 30, 2015

http://bit.ly/1Vrnloe

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Janice Stein on CBC: Canada’s place in the world

September 29, 2015

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/canada-s-place-in-the-world-1.3247813?cmp=rss

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Randall Hansen

Randall Hansen in Toronto Star: election commentary on Canada, Russia

September 29, 2015

http://www.thestar.com/opinion/2015/09/28/election-commentary-canada-and-russia.html

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From left to right: Justin Poy, Joseph Wong, Eileen Lam, Joshua Barker, Cheryl Regehr, Stephen Toope.

Asian Institute donation to support innovative research and undergraduate education

September 28, 2015

The University of Toronto has received an anonymous gift of $5 million to endow the Richard Charles Lee Directorship of the Asian Institute at the Munk School of Global Affairs and launch the Asian Pathways Research Lab.

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A young woman uses an ipad.

Citizen Lab uncovers security flaws in child surveillance app

September 21, 2015

Smart Sheriff, a child surveillance app mandated by the South Korean government, is supposed to help parents keep their kids safe. But Citizen Lab has uncovered security weaknesses in the app that likely put children at risk.

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Robert Steiner lecturing in front of a group of students.

Global journalism program turns subject experts into freelancers

September 18, 2015

Three years ago, former Wall Street Journal correspondent Robert Steiner set out to try a different journalism training model: rather than turn journalists into field experts, he wanted to try turning experts into journalists.

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From left: Naomi Alboim, Ratna Omidvar, Randall Hansen, Brian Stewart.

Panel: Canadian policy must embrace magnitude of worldwide refugee crisis

September 17, 2015

A photo of a drowned toddler boy awoke Canadians to the plight of Syrian refugees, but policy roadblocks are stymieing their compassion, argued a panel of academic experts at the Munk School of Global Affairs.

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