University College Principal Donald Ainslie, also the provostial advisor on undergraduate education in the humanities, talks about the skills students acquire through working on academic journals in this article in U of T News.
University of Toronto President and University College faculty member Meric Gertler has been reappointed for a second term. He will lead the University thorough June 30, 2023. Read more about this story in U of T News.
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The University College community is saddened by the passing of alumnus and faculty member Michael Bliss (BA 1962 UC).
A University Professor in the Department of History, Michael was one of Canada's leading public intellectuals and a frequent commentator on national affairs.
May is Asian Heritage Month and Lisa Mar, Richard Charles Lee Chair in Chinese Canadian Studies at University College, was recently honoured at two events celebrating the contributions of Chinese Canadians to Canadian society.
University College is currently accepting applications for two Work-Study positions for the 2017 Summer Semester: one (1) Student Life Assistant and one (1) Residence Assistant. You can find the full job descriptions and application information at https://cln.utoronto.ca/ Job #94651 (Student Life Assisant) and Job #94649 (Residence Assistant).
Student Life Assistant
Nelson Wiseman, a UC faculty member, Professor of Political Science, and Director of the Canadian Studies program at University College, recently appeared on The Agenda With Steve Paiken to discuss the provincial election in British Columbia. Watch the video here: