• Daniel Drucker

    Dr. Daniel Drucker obtained his MD degree from the University of Toronto in 1980. From 1980-1981, he was a fellow in internal medicine at Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore. Afterwards, he returned to Toronto and was a fellow in Internal Medicine at Toronto General Hospital from 1981-1984. He then became a fellow in molecular endocrinology until […]

  • Alison Keith

    Photo Credit: Diana Tyszko Professor Alison Keith received her BA (Hons.) in Classics from the University of Alberta in 1983 and her PhD in Classical Studies from the University of Michigan in 1988. Upon completion of her doctorate, she started a tenure-track position as Mellon Assistant Professor in the Department of Classics at the University […]

  • Jeremy Quastel

    Professor Quastel grew up in Vancouver, British Columbia and received his undergraduate degree from McGill. He obtained his Ph.D. from New York University in 1990 under the supervision of S. Varadhan. His thesis was a tour-de-force in how to derive differential equations from discrete interacting particle systems. After postdoctoral work at the Mathematical Sciences Research […]

  • Sharon Switzer-McIntyre

    Sharon Switzer-McIntyre is Associate Professor, Teaching Stream, in the Department of Physical Therapy at the Temerty Faculty of Medicine, where she is the MScPT Program Director and the Director of the Ontario Internationally Educated Physical Therapy Bridging Program. Professor Switzer-McIntyre has been deeply involved in innovative curricular design, development and delivery, learner assessment, mentorship, administration, […]

  • Jane Freeman

    Jane Freeman is Professor, Teaching Stream, at the School of Graduate Studies (SGS) and the founding Director of the Graduate Centre for Academic Communication (GCAC).  She established GCAC’s modular curricula of non-credit courses, workshops, and Writing Centre, and designed several of the courses and workshops currently offered by GCAC. The GCAC’s design puts graduate students […]

  • Steven Thorpe

    Steven Thorpe is a Professor in the Department of Materials Science & Engineering (MSE) at the Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering. Professor Thorpe has shown tremendous leadership, serving in progressively more senior academic positions, and leveraging those roles to foster initiatives to support teaching and learning. He has served as Associate Chair, Undergraduate and […]

  • Denise Belsham

    Denise Belsham is Professor in the Department of Physiology at the Temerty Faculty of Medicine. Professor Belsham has over 25 years of neuroendocrine research in obesity, circadian rhythms, and reproduction. The focus of her laboratory is to understand, at the molecular level, how the hypothalamus achieves its diverse physiological functions. Professor Belsham is keen to […]

  • Elham Marzi

    Professor Elham Marzi joined the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering in 2017 as an Assistant Professor, Teaching Stream in the Institute for Studies in Transdisciplinary Engineering Education & Practice (ISTEP). She is the Director of the Engineering Business Minor and the co-founder and Director of the International Virtual Engineering Student Teams Initiative (InVEST). She […]

  • Uahikea Maile

    Professor Uahikea Maile is a Kanaka Maoli (Native Hawaiian) scholar, organizer, and practitioner from Maunawili, Oʻahu. An Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science at St. George, he is also an affiliate faculty member in the Centres for Indigenous Studies and the Study of the United States. Professor Maile is finishing a book on […]

  • Sanghyun (Kris) Kim

    Professor Sanghyun (Kris) Kim joined the Department of Physical & Environmental Sciences (Scarborough) and Department of Chemistry (St. George) as an Assistant Professor, Teaching Stream, in July 2019. Prior to joining he was involved in peer-to-peer coaching through the Teaching Assistants’ Training Program and worked with a team of Learning Strategists in Student Life to […]