Students graduating in June 2015 are invited to join us for our Convocation Reception on Friday June 12 at 11am in JOR943. Mingle with fellow graduates, as well as your faculty and staff.
The China Scholarship Council is re-launching the competition for the Canada-China Scholars’ Exchange Program for the 2015-2016 academic year. The Program awards scholarships to Canadian academics, students and professionals who wish to study or conduct research at participating Chinese institutions.
Youth Training Institute is hiring two young people between the ages of 16-24 to work with our team and contribute to a variety of projects. Please check out the job posting here.
Ontario’s TalentEdge Internship Program (TIP) provides support for current college and university students (specifically current graduate students and final year undergraduate students), and recent Masters graduates, to work on collaborative industry-driven research and development projects. PhD graduates and post-doctoral fellows (PDFs) must apply through the TalentEdge Fellowship Program. The TalentEdge Internship Program is open to students and recent graduates from across all disciplines, including non-STEM disciplines, and all areas of specialization.
- August 24 to September 18 – Fall 2015 term Open Enrolment period
- August 26 (8 am) – Spring/Summer 2015 grades and academic standing available via RAMSS
- September 8 – Classes commence for full- and part-time undergraduate programs
A position is available at the Discrimination & Harassment Prevention Services office (Ryerson University). This position is focusing more on December 6th/violence against women issues as well other DHPS projects such as outreach, education and awareness and community engagement. Please view this link for the job posting (login required).
The Center for Development and Strategy, in association with the University of Toronto Institute for Management and Innovation, will host an international Think Development Conference (TDC). TDC is a great opportunity for undergraduate and graduate students interested in development studies to meet their peers, share their work, and further their appreciation of domestic and international development.
The Faculty of Arts is recruiting volunteers for this year’s Enrolment and Orientation events! We’re looking for fun, energetic students to take on the role of Arts Orientation Leaders, and we’d like to invite you to be involved!
Certain courses may not be taken for Liberal Studies credit in some programs. Students are responsible for ensuring they do not enrol in a restricted course. Not all courses will be offered every semester. Also, courses may be cancelled due to low enrolment. Consult the Liberal Studies Course Offerings website for the most up-to-date course offering information.
2015 Indigenizing Psychology Symposium: Traditional Knowledges and Mental Health Services. This symposium takes place on Thursday May 28, 2015 at the Native Canadian Centre of Toronto, 16 Spadina Rd.