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A former police officer, U of T's Serdar San now studies the Turkish regime that cost him his job

Serdar San was well into his PhD in criminology at the University of Toronto in late 2016 when his research and personal life were turned upside down.?

A Turkish National Police lieutenant who originally came to Canada on a Turkish police scholarship, San was suddenly fired from the force as an?increasingly authoritarian government in Turkey looked to crack down on its institutions of policing in the wake of a failed military coup.

U of T ranks first in Canada, third globally in research-focused National Taiwan University Ranking

The University of Toronto ranks first in Canada and third globally in the latest National Taiwan University Ranking, which measures universities’ research output and impact.

U of T rose one spot in the 2020 edition of the ranking, finishing in the top three in the company of Harvard University and Stanford University.

It has placed in the top five of the NTU Ranking every year since 2014.

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U of T to launch independent review of International Human Rights Program director search

At the request of the dean of the Faculty of Law at?the?University of Toronto,?U of T’s vice-president, human resources and equity?will?launch?an independent review of the facts?related to?the contentious?search for?an administrative staff member to direct?the?International Human Rights Program.