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New philanthropic gift sends students into the field to study earth sciences up close and in person

Employment Opportunity: Assistant Professor – Mineral Systems

Professor Barbara Sherwood Lollar is among the Canadian Royal Geographic Society 2021 medal winners as a recipient of the Massey Medal

Congratulations to Russ Pysklywec on being elected a Fellow of the Royal Canadian Geographic Society

 

 

Congatulations to Professor Miriam Diamond, a member of the U of T Engineering team awarded the Brockhouse Prize for Interdisciplinary Research in Science and Engineering

Toxic Clothing – Professor Miriam Diamond and the Environmental Research Lab team are on CBC Marketplace tonight at 8:00pm investigating harmful chemicals in fast fashion clothing. Read the CBC news story here.

September 30th is Orange Shirt Day and National Day for Truth and Reconciliation – campus events and resources

Office hours during Covid-19 restrictions

 

The main office at Earth Sciences will have limited office hours during the pandemic.

•; Office is opened 9:15 am to 4:30 pmCLOSED noon to 1:00 pm for lunch

 

        • ONE person in the reception area at a time
          • Please contact the staff member you want to meet to make arrangements 
        • For the safety of all, follow the instructions on the signage and maintain physical distance

 

 

 

 

Call for news items for the 2022 edition of the Alumni News

Main Office hours during Covid-19 restrictions

 

The main office (ES 1066) at Earth Sciences will have limited office hours during the pandemic.

  Office is opened 9:15 am to 4:30 pm – CLOSED noon to 1:00 pm for lunch

  ONE person in the reception area at a time

  Please contact the staff member you want to meet to make arrangements 

  For the safety of all, follow the instructions on the signage and maintain physical distance

Mail/Photocopy Room: Please enter the mailroom via the back door to the office area. (key access only)

Thank you for your patience while adjustments are made in our efforts to support research and teaching, and stay safe.