Grad Meditation

Would you like to be more calm, confident and connected? Attend these drop-in sessions for graduate students. You'll learn secular mindful meditation techniques that will increase your relaxation, resiliency and focus.

Now Hiring: Become an iConnect Mentor or Leader

Help create a welcoming community for new international students. Make connections with students outside of your department and develop skills to work across cultural differences.

Mentors and leaders dedicate approximately 15 hours/month. Both Canadian and international students are encouraged to apply. Please contact the iConnect Coordinator at if interested!

Work Study Positions Open at CIE

Visit CLN to find and apply for these positions. Use the keyword "Centre for International Experience."

For the Summer Work Study period, students must be taking at least a 40% course load continuously from May to August.

Showcase Your Work: U of T Libraries Graduate Student Exhibition Competition!

Here's your chance to win one of three $1000 prizes, and the opportunity to bring the ideas in your existing research project to life by transforming them into an eye-catching display. Winning projects will be featured at the Robarts Library in a special student exhibit. Submission deadline: May 31, 2018
For more information and to enter the competition, visit:

Gradlife is hiring a Program Intern!

Apply for the position of Gradlife Intern, and play an important role in the planning and implementation of a fall orientation program for incoming graduate students. You'll be:

  • collaborating with campus partners to develop an engaging event program that meets the diverse needs of incoming graduate students and focuses on providing transition support;
  • encouraging engagement and offering community for this group;
  • administering and analyzing a post-event assessment survey; and
  • supporting the work of the Student Life Coordinator, Graduate Programs in the overall operations of the Gradlife program.

07/09/2018 - 10/31/2018
Application Deadline: Jun 4, 2018 11:59 PM
Job ID : 121032


Faculty Workshop: Accessibility Issues in Graduate Supervision

This workshop will give graduate supervisors/advisors an opportunity to explore challenges and best practices when dealing with doctoral-stream students with accommodation needs during research supervision, and engage in discussion with faculty from different graduate units about effective strategies for managing such situations.

If you have suggestions for themes or challenging scenarios that you'd like us to address in this session, please email Charmaine Williams ( or Tanya Lewis ( To protect privacy, please provide a general description only and do not include details about specific situations or the individuals involved) and we will do our best to accommodate.

In advance of this session, we recommend that you review the SGS Graduate Supervision Guidelines, as well as the information available on the Accessibility Services website (

The workshop is limited to 30 participants. Please confirm your attendance as soon as possible via return e-mail ( or by phone at 416-978-5986 by Tuesday, May 22.

Second Annual Black Graduation

On June 26, the Second Annual Black Graduation will celebrate the accomplishments and strengths of Black students at the University of Toronto. This event is open to all Black students graduating from undergraduate, Master's, and PhD programs in 2018 (all ceremonies).

Please follow this link to claim your spot by May 25:

Throughout the night the achievements of Black students will be celebrated through a variety of awards (including a valedictorian award). To apply for Valedictorian, please click here:

If you would like to nominate yourself or a friend for an award, please click this link:

Application/Nomination deadline: May 23.

Questions? Please contact or visit for more information.