• Elizabeth Edwards

    Elizabeth Edwards received her Bachelor’s (1983, with honours) and Master’s (1985) in Chemical Engineering from McGill University. From 1985-1988, she worked at J.E. Seagram & Sons in Québec, where she improved yields in their cooking and fermentation processes. She completed her PhD (1993) in Civil and Environmental Engineering at Stanford University, where she discovered novel […]

  • James Retallack

    James Retallack obtained his BA (1978) from Trent University, and his DPhil (1983) from Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar. He was a SSHRC Postdoctoral Fellow and Visiting Scholar at Stanford University (1983-5) and a Mactaggart Fellow at the University of Alberta (1985-7) before joining the University of Toronto in 1987. Despite a lifetime spent […]

  • Anita McGahan

    Anita McGahan is Professor of Strategic Management and the George E. Connell Chair in Organizations & Society at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management. She is cross-appointed to the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy; the Physiology Department of the Medical School; and the Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation […]

  • William Ju

    Professor Ju is an Associate Professor in the Human Biology Program in the Faculty of Arts and Science. He has received numerous teaching awards since joining the Human Biology Program in 2011, including the inaugural June A. Larkin Teaching Fellowship in Pedagogy in 2015. He also currently serves as member of the Academic Board of […]

  • Toula Kourgiantakis

    Professor Kourgiantakis joined the Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work in 2015. Her research focuses on social work education and simulation-based learning in teaching and assessment with an interest in family-centered practices in addictions and mental health. As a Certified Couple and Family Therapist and a Clinical Fellow of the American Association for Marriage and Family […]

  • Matthew Sergi

    Professor Matthew Sergi, who joined the Department of English in 2013, specializes in late medieval drama and performance, contemporary dramatic literature and performance, the history of the English language and Middle English poetry and prose. His research in recent years has turned increasingly to practice-based research and experiments in live performance. With a background in […]

  • Daniel Zingaro

    Professor Zingaro joined the Department of Mathematical and Computational Sciences at the University of Toronto Mississauga in 2013 and has been an Assistant Professor since 2014. His current research involves the design of Concept Inventories for measuring and improving students’ conceptual understanding of core Computer Science topics. Professor Zingaro is internationally recognized for his expertise […]

  • Anne McGuire

    Professor McGuire joined the Equity Studies Program at New College in 2011. Her research and teaching interests include disability studies, accessibility, queer/crip theory, child studies, politics of health, social justice education, feminist science and technology studies and theories of anti-racism, colonialism and governmentality. Her current research traces the emergence of broad spectrum approaches to health […]

  • Heather Boon

    Professor Heather Boon was Dean of the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, holding cross-appointments with the Temerty Faculty of Medicine’s Department of Family & Community Medicine and the Dalla Lana School of Public Health’s Institute of Health Policy, Management, and Evaluation. Her research focuses on the safety and efficacy of natural health products, and related […]

  • Scott Mabury

    As the Vice-President, Operations and Real Estate Partnerships , Professor Scott Mabury has tri-campus oversight of matters pertaining to space, including planning and capital projects, and information technology infrastructure and services. He also oversees facilities, operations, and ancillary services for the St. George campus. As Vice-Provost, Academic Operations, Professor Mabury supports the work of the […]