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April 21, 2015 5:12 AM ET

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Company Overview of University of Toronto

Company Overview

University of Toronto is an educational institution that offers graduate programs in arts, science, dentistry, law, medicine, music, nursing, pharmacy, and physical and health education. The colleges of the university include Innis College, New College, St. Michael's College, Trinity College, University College, Victoria College, and Woodsworth College. University of Toronto was founded in 1827 and is based in Toronto, Canada. The University has endowment assets of $960 millions.

21 King's College Circle

Toronto, ON M5S 1A1

Canada

Founded in 1827

Phone:

416-978-2011

Fax:

416-978-1632

Key Executives for University of Toronto

Director of Media Relations and Stakeholder Communications
Adjunct Professor of Physiology
Professor
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

University of Toronto Key Developments

The University of Toronto Seeks Binding Arbitration to End Strike by Education Workers

The University of Toronto is calling on the union representing striking education workers to agree to binding arbitration. University president Meric Gertler says the school is calling for binding arbitration in an effort to preserve the academic year for students, and end the strike in a respectful manner. Gertler says both sides have worked hard to find a deal through collective bargaining but remain at an impasse as the strike that began on February 27 is in its fourth week. Earlier this week, the striking education workers voted narrowly to reject a tentative agreement that was reached last week. Local 3902 of the Canadian Union of Public Employees said that while the proposed agreement included increases in minimum funding, it failed to address underlying wage and job security issues. The strikers include teaching assistants, teaching fellows, demonstrators, tutors, markers, instructors, teaching lab assistants, Chief Presiding Officers and part-time lecturers. Gertler said agreeing to binding arbitration would also mean an effective and immediate end to the strike.

The Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College Signs on Official Memorandum of Understanding with the University of Toronto

The Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College has signed an official Memorandum of Understanding with the University of Toronto, through the faculty of Medicine, Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, and the Faculty of Kinesiology and Physical Education to explore education and research collaborations. The Memorandum, a first between the two institutions, will provide opportunities to foster cooperative relationships in areas of research and education. This cooperation could be realized in such areas as research and joint applications for funding; joint educational courses; graduate and undergraduate student mobility; exchange of faculty and participation in, and co-hosting of lectures, meetings, seminars, symposia and conferences. The agreement between CMCC and the three U of T faculties is an important step forward in advancing research initiatives. Instrumental in bringing this agreement to fruition is Dr. Silvano Mior, CMCC research scientist and Senior Advisor to the President. Mior spearheaded this important partnership as well as many other such initiatives that continue to build models of collaboration between academic institutions and between chiropractors and physicians in the community primary health care setting.

Agilent Technologies to Collaborate with University of Toronto on Metabolomics Mrm Library-Software Solution

Agilent Technologies Inc. announced a collaboration with scientists at the University of Toronto's Donnelly Centre for Cellular and Biomolecular Research to produce a comprehensive metabolomics multiple-reaction monitoring (MRM) library and methodology, using Agilent's Infinity 1290 UHPLC and 6460 triple quadrupole mass spectrometry system. The library, coupled with Agilent's MassHunter software, will provide scientists with a robust LC/MS solution to accelerate the quantification of hundreds of metabolically important compounds for cell biology and disease research. When completed, this new metabolomics MRM library will be added to Agilent's existing collection of MRM libraries, which address a variety of applications including pesticides, veterinary drugs, forensics and toxicology.

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