Posts Tagged: Ron Buliung

StudentMoveTO symposium presenters share 2019 study findings

On June 3 and 4, StudentMoveTO hosted “Moving the Student Body,” a symposium on student mobility in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area. StudentMoveTO is a unique partnership bringing together researchers and students from universities and colleges across the region,…

When research and everyday life coalesce

UofT Mississauga prof awarded prestigious professorship Two of Ron Buliung’s great passions – advocacy for disability justice and his research – are intrinsically woven together to form the fabric of his scholarly career, and as an unexpected but most auspicious…

Urban design impacts accessibility, say Buliung, Widener

“Transportation and grocery store distribution make Toronto inaccessible, U of T experts say,” features two UTTRI faculty associates, Professors Ron Buliung and Michael Widener who comment on accessibility in the GTA. The article was published November 15, 2020 by University…

UTTRI associated faculty weigh in: The Cities We Need

University of Toronto Magazine‘s The Cities We Need autumn 2018 issue highlights ongoing local and international research involving several UTTRI associated faculty: (L-R) Mark Fox, Marianne Hatzopoulou, Eric Miller, Ron Buliung, Richard Florida, Matti Siemiatycki. “What Data Can Teach Us about Cities”…

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