Faculty & Staff

  • André Tremblay

    In my previous positions at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, I worked in a large graduate department and in a research centre. I discovered a talent for and […]

  • Diana Clark

    Graduate students on the whole are motivated, enthusiastic, and a delight to interact with. Three years ago, we began emailing an Annual Newsletter to our graduates and often they write […]

  • Ian Buglass

    In the Department of Cell and Systems Biology, many graduate students have the opportunity to collaborate with faculty from other graduate departments, which is an advantage of being part of […]

  • Lisa Haley

    I arrived at the University of Toronto as a student, completing a BA through New College and later an MA in the Department of English. I realized during the course […]

  • Prof. Amrita Daniere

    I have been at U of T since 1995. I started out as Director of the graduate program in Planning based on the St. George campus. I also served as […]

  • Prof. Angela Hildyard

    A graduate program is what brought me to Canada in 1970! My husband and I originally intended to stay for two years but came to love the city, the people, […]

  • Prof. Arthur Ripstein

    As Graduate Chair, I oversee the world’s largest and intellectually most diverse philosophy department. The size of the department enables us to offer our graduate students unparalleled breadth and depth. As chair […]

  • Prof. Avrum Gotlieb

    I have been at U of T since 1978. I have seen the growth of the graduate programs in life sciences and the successful efforts of faculty and departments to […]

  • Prof. Berry Smith

    I have always enjoyed a combination of research, teaching, and academic administration. What I most value about the University is that it allows and even encourages its members, both faculty […]

  • Prof. Clare Kosnik

    I completed my PhD in Philosophy of Education at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE), University of Toronto, where I had an excellent doctoral journey. I have worked […]

  • Prof. Clifford Orwin

    I was born and raised in Chicago. I headed off to Cornell University in 1964 and to Harvard for graduate school in 1968. I’m very much a child of the […]

  • Prof. Jeanne Watson

    ​​​​​​​Working with students to realize their potential is very important to me. An important goal during my tenure is to enhance the student experience at OISE overall. To this end, […]

  • Prof. John Stinchcombe

    ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Postdoctoral fellow supervisor (of Michelle Afk​hami​​) Postdoctoral fellows play a crucial role in the research community because they are at the important interface between idea generation and implementation. Postdoctoral fellows […]

  • Prof. Mark Lautens

    Postdoctoral fellows play many roles in my group. They bring diversity of ideas and experiences which provide all group members with a different perspective on research topics and approaches. We […]

  • Prof. Mayo Moran

    I became interested in academic administration when I was asked to be Associate Dean very early in my academic career. I have always loved to be in the classroom and […]

  • Prof. Ron Leprohon

    ​​​​​​​Postdoctoral fellow supervisor (of Christina Geisen) I received my BA from Loyola College (now part of Concordia University) in Montreal in 1971 and my PhD in Egyptology from the University […]

  • Tanuja Persaud

    In my former position as the Chair’s Executive Assistant in the Department of English, I had the opportunity to work closely with graduate students. My curiosity was piqued and there […]