U of T Scarborough, CBSN partner to provide network with physical space, enhanced visibility


The University of Toronto Scarborough will host the Canadian Black Scientists Network (CBSN) for the next five years. The partnership will raise the visibility of the network. “It really advances the vision of both organizations and also aligns with the institutions that signed the charter from across the country. It’s providing essential support because although we are a virtual network, we do need some physical support – and the campus has been very generous in contributing to our operating requirements,” said CBSN co-founder and U of T Scarborough professor Maydianne Andrade.

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