• Suzanne Wood

    Professor Suzanne Wood joined the Department of Psychology in 2014. Her background in psychology, behavioural neuroscience, and psychopharmacology informs her present research and teaching pursuits. Professor Wood works directly with undergraduate researchers on topics related to student learning and health, including the use of study drugs and psychedelics as cognitive enhancers. She engages with her […]

  • Rachel La Touche

    Professor La Touche joined the Sociology Department in 2016. Her research is founded on questions of inequality, mental health, education, and teaching pedagogy – broadly addressing how institutions of higher education structure the mental health experiences and outcomes of those within them. She is currently working on a collaborative project studying the socio-psychological impact of […]

  • Andrea Charise

    Professor Andrea Charise joined the University of Toronto Scarborough’s Interdisciplinary Center for Health & Society in 2014. Her primary research and teaching interests are in the field of Health Humanities, with a focus on aging, older age, and intergenerational relationships; and English literature, especially the novel and nineteenth-century British writing. In addition to receiving awards […]

  • Jill Carter

    Professor Jill Carter joined the Centre for Drama, Theatre, and Performance Studies in 2016 and is cross-appointed to the Transitional Year Programme and the Centre for Indigenous Studies. An Anishinaabe-Ashkenazi researcher and theatre-worker, she works with many Indigenous artists to support the development of new works and to disseminate artistic objectives, process, and outcomes through […]

  • Obidimma Ezezika

    Dr. Obidimma Ezezika is an Assistant Professor, Teaching Stream in the Interdisciplinary Centre for Health and Society at the University of Toronto Scarborough and cross-appointed at the Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto. Over the past 15 years, Dr. Ezezika has worked and consulted for diverse organizations such as the United Nations […]

  • 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.

  • Christine Allen

    As Associate Vice-President and Vice-Provost, Strategic Initiatives, Professor Christine Allen works with other Vice-Presidential and Provostial portfolios to identify, assess, and support cross-divisional strategic initiatives involving research and other agencies and industry partners. She reports dually to the Vice-President & Provost and to the Vice-President, Research and Innovation, and plays an integral role in furthering […]

  • Paul Piunno

    Professor Piunno is an Associate Professor, Teaching Stream in the Department of Chemical and Physical Sciences (CPS) at the University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM). Through his innovative teaching methods, strong record of pedagogical research, and exemplary service roles, Professor Piunno has consistently demonstrated excellence in and dedication to the evolution of teaching and learning at […]