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Carmen Logie talks to CP24 about Superman coming out as bisexual and the power of positive representation


CP24 interviewed Associate Professor Carmen Logie about Superman coming out as bisexual. In the November issue of […]

Fashion magazine spoke to Carmen Logie about harmful stigmas perpetuated in Hollywood and the impact they have on LGBTQ+ communities

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Fashion magazine spoke to Associate Professor Carmen Logie about harmful stigmas that continue to be perpetuated in […]

Carmen Logie is creating the first known virtual reality intervention aimed at improving the mental health of urban refugees and displaced youth

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In 2018, social work professor Carmen Logie put on a virtual reality headset for the first time and […]

Black History Month: Celebrating Black Excellence

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  In honour of Black History Month, communities throughout the Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work and the […]

U of T News story on COVID-19 hurdles to overcome in the year ahead features research and insight from Carmen Logie and Tanya Sharpe

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From treatment to vaccine distribution to public health policy and mental health, U of T researchers have […]

Carmen Logie receives federal funding for research on arts-based-approaches to building resilience and preparedness amid the pandemic


  Associate Professor Carmen Logie is among six University of Toronto researchers that have been awarded federal […]

From Canada to Uganda and beyond: U of T researchers receive funding for COVID-19 projects

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  Since early June, more than 7,000 refugees and displaced persons have arrived in the African nation […]

Newly funded COVID-19-related research will build knowledge on prevention and care

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To address the health challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic in Canada and around the globe, the Government […]

When pandemics collide: FIFSW professors refocus on HIV in the COVID-19 era

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Amid singular attention to the COVID-19 emergency, three FIFSW professors are calling attention to the other major […]

New podcast by Associate Professor Carmen Logie explores why stigma matters and what we can do about it


Associate Professor Carmen Logie has launched a new podcast focused on stigma. Each episode features a different […]