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Stress-Free Degree Lectures on Demand

Catch up on timely topics this holiday season with lectures by bold UofT thinkers. No cost. No homework.

Lectures & Workshops
Alumni Reunion
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The learning never stops!

A long-standing highlight of UofT’s annual Alumni Reunion, our Stress-Free Degree Lectures are available exclusively for UofT alumni. Watch the 2022 lineup for a limited time.  

Attend thought-provoking talks by renowned UofT professors without opening a textbook or leaving the couch. From smart mobility solutions to the basics of blockchain, lectures on a range of topics are just a click away!

Lectures will be available from December 19, 2022 to January 19, 2023. Register today to gain exclusive access!

Lectures on demand include:

  • Playing Fair: Online Games and Children's Rights - Dr. Sara Grimes (Faculty of Information)
  • Understanding Meaning in Everyday Language - Professor Ai Taniguchi (University of Toronto Mississauga)
  • Light in the Darkness: Predicting and Preventing Suicide - Dr. Juveria Zaheer (Temerty Faculty of Medicine)
  • What is Blockchain Anyway? - Professor Andreas Park (Rotman School of Management)
  • The GTA Housing Crisis: Can it be Solved? - Professor David Hulchanski (Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work)
  • Potential and Pitfalls of Smart Mobility - Professor David Wolfe (Munk School of Global Affairs)
  • Building Health by Building Community - Dr. Kate Mulligan (Dalla Lana School of Public Health)
  • Computing the Climate - Professor Steve Easterbrook (Faculty of Arts and Science)

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