• Jayne Baker

    Professor Baker has been an Assistant Professor, Teaching Stream in the Department of Sociology at the University of Toronto Mississauga since 2012. Her research centres on hierarchies among university institutions (Sociology of Education) to increasing student learning in core concepts and competencies including research and writing (Scholarship of Teaching and Learning). With a colleague, she […]

  • Toula Kourgiantakis

    Professor Kourgiantakis is an Assistant Professor, Teaching Stream and Coordinator of the Simulation Program at the Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work. Her research interests include social work education and use of simulation in social work teaching and assessment. Her research also focuses on family involvement in addictions and mental health. As Simulation Coordinator, Professor Kourgiantakis […]

  • Kathleen Liddle

    Professor Kathy Liddle is a sociologist whose research interests lie at the intersections of culture, organizations, gender, and sexuality. In addition to teaching introductory sociology, she has developed and taught courses on culture, media, qualitative methods, and sociology of books. She has particular interest in creating community within classrooms, increasing student engagement in large enrolment […]

  • Sarah Mayes-Tang

    Professor Mayes-Tang received her undergraduate degree in Mathematics from Queen’s University, and her master’s and PhD degrees in Pure Mathematics from the University of Michigan. After graduating from Michigan in 2013, Sarah joined the faculty of Quest University Canada. In 2017, Sarah joined the mathematics faculty at the University of Toronto. She currently leads a […]

  • Cheryl Regehr

    Cheryl Regehr is Vice-President & Provost at the University of Toronto. Former Vice-Provost, Academic Programs and Dean of the Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work, she is a Professor of Social Work with cross-appointments to the Faculty of Law and the Institute for Medical Sciences. Professor Regehr has received awards for research and teaching and is […]

  • Stephen Scherer

    Professor Stephen Scherer began his scientific career at an early age with an honours BSc degree at the University of Waterloo. Subsequently, he pursued an MSc and then a PhD in Molecular Genetics at the University of Toronto. During his studies he co-founded Canada’s first human genome centre, The Centre for Applied Genomics, and following […]

  • Douglas Stephan

    Professor Douglas Stephan received his BSc from McMaster University and completed his PhD at the University of Western Ontario before becoming a NATO postdoctoral fellow at Harvard. Professor Stephan began his academic career at the University of Windsor as an Assistant Professor in 1982. He became a Full Professor in 1992, and in 2008 he […]

  • Tania Li

    Professor Tania Li obtained her BA in 1981 and her PhD in Social Anthropology in 1987 from Cambridge University. She began her academic career at Dalhousie University with the prestigious SSHRC postdoctoral Canada Research Fellowship from 1989 to 1992, followed by a tenured faculty appointment. In 2004, she moved to the Anthropology Department at the […]

  • John Kloppenborg

    Professor John Kloppenborg graduated with a major in history from the University of Lethbridge in 1969, followed by an MA in 1977, and then a PhD in 1984, both from the University of St. Michael’s College. After appointments as an Assistant and Associate Professor at the University of Windsor, he became an Associate Professor, then […]

  • Shana Kelley

    Professor Shana Kelley earned a BA in Chemistry from Seton Hall University in 1994 and a PhD in Chemistry from the California Institute of Technology in 1999. After completing her doctorate, Professor Kelley was a NIH Postdoctoral Fellow at the Scripps Research Institute from 1999 to 2000, and became an Assistant Professor in the Chemistry […]