PhD student Jenna Jacobson on CBC News (July 26, 2016): Have Rob Ford, Donald Sterling set a new bar for the court of public opinion?
Professor Matt Brower on CBC Radio Day 6 (June 29, 2016): Is virtual reality the best way to get inside the history books?
Professor Matt Ratto in Metro News and The Night Side with Barb DiGiulio (Newstalk 1010 Toronto (CFRB-AM) (June 22, 2016): University of Toronto's solution for 3D printed artificial limbs going global
Professor Costis Dallas in the Globe and Mail (May 2, 2016): The role of virtual reality and technology in the future of museums
Professor Matt Ratto in Biospace (April 7, 2016): Nia Technologies and Vorum Partner to Deliver 3D-Printed Prosthetics and Orthotics to Children in Developing Countries
Professor Emeritus Andrew Clement in Education News (March 22, 2016): Alabama District to Monitor Students’ Social Media Accounts
PhD student Jenna Jacobson in Toronto Star (March 14, 2016): Blue Jays fan threatens Ted Rogers statue; gets visit from the police
Professor Kelly Lyons in The Bulletin (March 3, 2016): U of T researchers awarded $5.3 million in NSERC Strategic Partnership Grants
PhD student Quinn Dupont in The Christian Science Monitor (February 22, 2016): Opinion: Why Apple isn't acting in the public's interest
Professor Matt Ratto in UofT News (February 23, 2016): Forging an image of the 3D-printing future
Professor Nicole Cohen (UTM and iSchool) in Now Magazine (February 2, 2016): What union drive at Vice Canada means for the future of journalism
MMST student Bethea Arielle (project set up by Professor Matt Brower) in various media reports national wide (February 16, 2016): Fake Drake account lights up Instagram
Professor Wendy Duff in Globe and Mail (February 4, 2016: Don't You Forget About Me
PhD student Jenna Jacobson in FASHION Magazine (February 2016): Digital Presence
Professor Seamus Ross in The Varsity (January 26, 2016): A beginner’s guide to wi-fi at U of T
Doctoral student, Quinn DuPont, in ft.com (January 20, 2016): Blockchain raises fundamental questions
Professor Kelly Lyons in Globe and Mail (January 18, 2016): With tech giants like Google going after female talent, how can startups compete?