Provostial Advisors

  • Dwayne Benjamin

     Professor Dwayne Benjamin was appointed as the Provostial Advisor on Recruitment, Enrolment, and Educational Space & Technology.  The Provostial Advisor will work to enhance coordination of enrolment-related activities across the University, champion a student-centric approach to enrolment activities, take a proactive role in engaging with divisional leaders, and continue to implement process and technology transformation […]

  • Brenda McCabe

    As Provostial Advisor on Student Enrolment Professor McCabe will focus on ways to improve our current enrolment services structure by working collaboratively across U of T’s divisions, colleges, and campuses. In this capacity, Professor McCabe will be the academic lead overseeing the implementation of the recent Enrolment Services Review, which identified challenges impacting recruitment, admissions, […]

  • Susan Hill

    As Academic Advisor on Indigenous Curriculum and Education, Professor Susan Hill will focus on: Program design for new and existing academic curricula; Developing new opportunities for collaborative teaching in Indigenous Studies at the University; Providing advice to faculty and course instructors in teaching Indigenous experiences and knowledge; And, overseeing the development of a new resource […]

  • Suzanne Stewart

    As Academic Advisor on Indigenous Research, Professor Suzanne Stewart will focus on: Issues related to Indigenous research, and working with Indigenous communities; Providing advice to faculty and students interested in conducting collaborative research with Indigenous communities; And, assisting in the development of best practice and guidance documents to ensure research is respectful of Indigenous communities.

  • Ann Lopez

    Professor Lopez’s work focuses on ways the University of Toronto can better coordinate and build on our suite of unique pipeline, access, outreach, and bridging programs to support our commitment to student success, and to enhance the ability of students from diverse backgrounds to attend the University of Toronto. Professor Lopez’s expertise in the areas […]