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Deadline October 5, 2020

Alumni, Student: Call for Research Interns

Richard Charles Lee Asian Pathways Research Lab

VIRTUAL INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

Image banner with black background featuring a purple map of the Philippines and three design elements suggesting different kinds of pathways surrounding a light blue text that reads "Mapping disaster, conflict, and inequality in the Philippines: Richard Charles Lee Asian Pathways Research Lab"

The Richard Charles Lee Asian Pathways Research Lab (RCL-APRL) Virtual Internship Program at the Asian Institute is a structured experiential learning opportunity that provides training in digital research tools and methods.

This unpaid internship program is open to all undergraduate and Master’s-level students at U of T as well as recent graduates (students and recent alumni from the Contemporary Asian Studies, South Asian Studies and Collaborative Master’s programs at the Asian Institute will be prioritized). The program will run fall-winter 2020-21 (with an opportunity to continue in spring/summer 2021).

Led by the Asian Institute’s postdoctoral fellow, Dr. Joseph McQuade, the program will train research interns to use digitized archival sources and geospatial tools to research, track, and visualize data related to the three themes of environmental insecurity, conflict, and inequality. Through workshops, readings, and group discussions RCL-APRL interns will learn to think critically about their relationship to digital technologies, as well as the benefits, challenges, and ethical questions that these technologies pose for researchers. No prior knowledge of digital research methods is required.

This year’s research will focus on Mindanao, the second largest island in the Philippines. Mindanao’s reliance on agriculture, combined with its position just below the typhoon belt and low road connectivity, makes it especially vulnerable to the effects of environmental disaster, political instability, and socioeconomic and gendered hierarchies of inequality.

In collaboration with partners in the Philippines, interns will help map rural agriculture, infrastructure, and logistics as part of a broader initiative aimed at improving the lives of girls, women, rural communities, and Indigenous peoples. Research interns will also use digitized primary sources to better understand the spatial dimensions of inequality and conflict in the region.

Working in teams and individually, research interns will produce short texts, guides to further reading, and an interactive map of Mindanao for the Asian Institute’s website. Current U of T students will receive CCR (Co-Curricular Record) recognition for participation.

The application process is simple!

  1. Fill out this short application form.
  2. Email your CV/resume to coordinator@utoronto.ca (Shannon Garden-Smith, Research Coordinator) before 11:59pm (EDT), October 5, 2020.

*Please format your CV/resume as a PDF or Word document and name your file “Last Name_First Name_CV/Resume.” Please write “RCL-APRL Internship CV/Resume” in the subject line of your email.

We’ll be in touch with all applicants by October 9, 2020!

Please continue reading for further details and/or download the information package here.


Program Eligibility

The RCL-APRL Virtual Internship Program is open to undergraduate or Master’s-level students and recent alum (with a graduation date in 2019 to present). Students and recent alum of the Asian Institute (Contemporary Asian Studies and South Asian Studies undergraduate programs and Collaborative Master’s programs) will be prioritized.

We are looking for students who want to learn and think reflexively about digital research tools and the spatial dimensions of inequality and conflict in Asia and globally. No prior knowledge of digital research methods is required.

The RCL-APRL Virtual Research Internship seeks to accommodate as many applicants as possible. We expect to offer approximately 12 internship positions.

 

How the Program Works

The program will be run entirely online with opportunities to attend synchronous workshops and training with Asian Institute faculty, staff, and industry collaborators. The program will be as flexible as possible to accommodate interns in different time zones and any scheduling conflicts.

Interns should expect to commit approximately 3-4 hours/week (up to about 40 hours/semester). Current U of T students will receive CCR recognition for participation.

 

How to Apply

The application process is simple!

  1. Fill out this short application form
  2. Email your CV/resume to coordinator@utoronto.ca (Shannon Garden-Smith, Research Coordinator) before 11:59pm (EDT), October 5, 2020.

*Please format your CV/resume as a PDF or Word document and name your file “Last Name_First Name_CV/Resume.” Please write “RCL-APRL Internship CV/Resume” in the subject line of your email.

We’ll be in touch with all applicants by October 9, 2020.

 

Any Questions?

Please contact:

Shannon Garden-Smith

Research Coordinator, Asian Institute

ai.coordinator@utoronto.ca

 

Deadline: October 5, 2020

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Deadline September 20, 2020

Alumni: Call for Alumni Mentors: Asian Institute Mentorship Program (AIM)

Following last year’s successful pilot program, we are excited to launch the 2020-21 Asian Institute Mentorship Program (AIM) and invite alumni to participate from anywhere in the world. AIM will run in the fall and winter academic semesters from September 2020 to April 2021 and will be delivered entirely online for the first semester (we will revisit possibilities for in-person activities at a later date, but participants will be welcome to participate remotely for the duration of the program). AIM seeks to provide undergraduate students in the Contemporary Asian Studies and South Asian Studies programs an opportunity to connect professionally with Asian Institute alumni, while offering alumni the opportunity to reconnect with the Institute and develop leadership abilities.

Serving as a mentor should be as valuable an experience for you as it is for your mentee. Last year’s alumni mentors told us that participating strengthened their professional and personal networks, as they gave back to undergraduate students by sharing industry expertise and knowledge. We know you will also enjoy learning from and helping to guide the next generation of Asian Institute students as they prepare for future academic and career success.

How It Works

If you are a graduate of a program at the Asian Institute and interested in volunteering to become a mentor, please fill out a (short) alumni volunteer application form by 11:59PM (EDT), September 20, 2020. You will be matched with a student mentee who shares related career interests.

Virtual Meet and Greets: Meet your mentee and other mentors at a virtual kickoff opening reception and training workshop in early October 2020 and a concluding reception in April 2021.

Connect over the academic semester: Attend at least two virtual meetups with your student mentee. AIM encourages our undergraduates to develop their communication and networking skills; as such, the expectation will be on your mentee to reach out and set up a meeting with you.

If you have questions about the program, you can contact student our student coordinators Kana Minju Bak at minju.bak@mail.utoronto.ca and Amy Chen at amyhuan.chen@mail.utoronto.ca or the Asian Institute’s Program Advisor and Communications Officer, Katherine MacIvor, at ai.asianstudies@utoronto.ca.

We hope you’ll join us in this opportunity to reconnect with the Asian Institute community!

 

Deadline: September 20, 2020

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Deadline September 20, 2020

Careers, Student: Call for Student Mentees: Asian Institute Mentorship Program (AIM)

The Asian Institute Mentorship Program (AIM) is open to undergraduate students enrolled in the Contemporary Asian Studies (CAS) and South Asian Studies (SAS) major and minors at the Asian Institute. The program will run in the fall and winter academic semesters from September 2020 to April 2021 and will be delivered entirely online for the first semester (we will revisit possibilities for in-person activities at a later date, but participants will be welcome to participate remotely for the duration of the program). AIM seeks to provide undergraduate students in the Contemporary Asian Studies and South Asian Studies programs an opportunity to connect professionally with Asian Institute alumni.

Participating as a mentee can strengthen your professional and personal networks, learning from past generations of Asian Institute students as you prepare for future academic and career success.

How It Works

If you are interested in volunteering with the Asian Institute to become a student mentee, please fill out a (short) mentee application form by 11:59PM (EDT), September 20, 2020. Selected students will be matched with an alumni mentor who shares related career interests.

Virtual Meet and Greets: Meet all of the mentors and mentees at a virtual kick-off opening reception and training workshop in early October 2020 and a concluding reception in April 2021.

Connect over the Academic Semester: Hold at least two virtual meetups with your mentor. AIM encourages our undergraduates to develop their communication and networking skills; as such, the expectation will be on you to reach out and set up the first and subsequent meetings with your mentor!

Questions? Contact student coordinators Kana Minju Bak at minju.bak@mail.utoronto.ca and Amy Chen at amyhuan.chen@mail.utoronto.ca or Asian Institute Program Advisor and Communications Officer Katherine MacIvor at ai.asianstudies@utoronto.ca.

Deadline: September 20, 2020

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Deadline September 3, 2020

Academic: Teaching Assistant Position – SAS318H1S: Colonialism and Tradition

Teaching Assistant Position        

Winter 2021 (January 1, 2021 – April 30, 2021)

The South Asian Studies program seeks one Teaching Assistant for the following course:

SAS318H1S: Colonialism and Tradition
Course instructor: Dr. Bharat Punjabi

This course analyzes the impact of colonialism in South Asia and the various ways in which tradition intersects with and has reshaped colonialism in postcolonial South Asia. The course will examine the role of religion, education, ethnicity, gender, and caste. Some attention will be paid to postcolonial and indigenous theory.

Qualifications
Preference in hiring will be given to graduate students at the University of Toronto. A rigorous background in South Asian Studies is required. Preference will be given to candidates that evince a multi-regional social science perspective that includes critical approaches to area studies and/or historical studies, and engagement with humanities approaches. First consideration will be given to senior PhD students at the University of Toronto. TA experience is preferred.

Duties

  • Consultations with the instructor
  • Mark assignments and tests
  • Hold office hours for counselling students

 Course timetable: Wednesdays, 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
* Please note, the planned delivery method for this course is in person-synchronous (limited seating) & online-synchronous.

Hours of work: 30 hours, approximately
Estimated Course Enrolment: 50 students

Rate of Pay: SGS I/II – $46.24/hour (+ 4% Vacation Pay)

Please note that should rates stipulated in the collective agreement vary from rates stated in this posting, the rates stated in the collective agreement shall prevail.

Application Process
Applicants should submit a cover letter and updated CV (including previous teaching evaluations if applicable) by September 3, 2020. Letters of recommendation are not required but will be accepted. Applications should be sent via email to the Contemporary Asian Studies Program Advisor, Katherine MacIvor, at ai.asianstudies@utoronto.caYOU MUST USE THE FOLLOWING FOR YOUR SUBJECT LINE: APPLICATION: COURSE CODE: LAST NAME. Please attach your CV and cover letter as PDFs, and label your attachments as follows: Last Name_First Name_Cover; Last Name_First Name_CV.

If during the application and/or selection process you require accommodation due to a disability, please contact Katherine MacIvor at ai.asianstudies@utoronto.ca.

This job is posted in accordance with the CUPE 3902 Unit 1 Collective Agreement. The position above is tentative, pending final course determinations and enrolments.

The Departmental Hiring Policy is available in the Department office and in the CUPE Local 3902 office.

The University of Toronto is strongly committed to diversity within its community and especially welcomes applications from racialized persons / persons of colour, women, Indigenous / Aboriginal People of North America, persons with disabilities, LGBTQ persons, and others who may contribute to the further diversification of ideas.

Note: Although a graduate student’s preference as to the campus location of his/her TA appointment will be taken into account, both the initial TA appointment (or CI appointment) and the subsequent appointment obligation related to that appointment may be met through position(s) on any one of the three University of Toronto campuses (UTM, UTSC or St. George) in courses in the same discipline as the initial appointment. TAs will only be assigned to courses in fields in which they are or should be qualified to assist. Duties of this position shall be performed at the campus on which the position is located. Where the duties are intended to be performed at another location, such other location will be specified in the posting.

Posted on August 4, 2020

Deadline: September 3, 2020

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Academic, Grants & Awards, Student: Man Family Graduate Scholarship in Asian Studies

Description and Eligibility Criteria

Reserved for graduate students in the Faculty of Arts and Science who have participated in or attended events sponsored by the Asian Institute whose research focuses on the societies and modern histories of countries affected by the Japanese Empire in Asia. Normally, these awards will be used to help defray project costs associated with the travel and research of the applicant. However, in consideration of travel restrictions, for the summer 2020 competition students may apply for non-travel funding, including funding to assist with living expenses.

Award Value

The value and total number of individual awards will be determined annually. For the summer 2020 competition the Asian Institute anticipates 1-3 awards of approximately $900 to $2500. The funds may be used anytime between July 1, 2020 and June 30, 2021.

How to Apply

Applicants must submit the following documents in a single PDF file, titled in the following format: LastName.ManFamilyScholarship.pdf. Applications must be submitted electronically with the subject line Man Family Scholarship 2020 to ai.asianstudies@utoronto.ca

  1. Research proposal of no more than 250 words
  2. Recent CV
  3. Graduate academic transcripts (printout or pdf from ACORN is accepted)
  4. Letter of recommendation from a supervisor (emailed directly from faculty member to ai.asianstudies@utoronto.ca)
  5. Brief narrative of 50-100 words describing financial need and amount requested

Deadline

June 1, 2020 at 5PM EST. Late submissions will not be accepted.

Contact

If you have any questions, please contact:

Katherine MacIvor
Program Advisor and Communications Officer, Asian Institute
ai.asianstudies@utoronto.ca
416-946-8832

Deadline: June 1, 2020

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Academic, Grants & Awards, Student, Travel: JOSEPH WONG STUDENT EXPERIENCE FUND

This award provides undergraduate students with financial assistance for international learning experiences in or related to Asia, such as studying an Asian language abroad, undertaking field research or special projects, or participating in an international field school. Students will be expected to provide the Asian Institute with updates about their experience and produce a short report with photos upon completion of their travel. Quality of proposal will the primary criteria. Financial need may be considered.

Award Value: 1-2 awards, up to $3,000

Eligibility: Undergraduate students in any faculty or program at the University of Toronto, including UTM and UTSC.

Deadline: March 9, 2020

How to Apply:

Please submit the following materials to ai.asianstudies@utoronto.ca as a single pdf attachment. The email subject line should be “Joseph Wong Student Experience Fund Application” and the file name of the pdf should be LASTNAME_FIRSTNAME-JWSEF2020.

  • Statement of research/study interest. This should be no more than 1 page and outline the international learning experience you plan to undertake, including the academic rationale and the significance to your program of study.
  • Curriculum Vitae (including contact information and student number)
  • Academic transcript (printout from ACORN is fine)
  • A detailed breakdown of estimated costs. Please make sure to comply with Safety Abroad regulations
  • OSAP assessment, if eligible, or short paragraph describing your financial need for this award.

One page letter of support from a University of Toronto faculty member. This may be emailed separately by the faculty member to ai.asianstudies@utoronto.ca, or submitted to Katherine MacIvor, 1 Devonshire Place room 228N, in a sealed envelope.

Deadline: March 9, 2020

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Academic, Grants & Awards, Student: South Asian Studies Graduate Scholarships and Bursaries

The Centre for South Asian Studies administers a number of awards to support graduate student research on South Asia.

The application deadline is March 9, 2020. Students may apply for more than one award, as long as their research fits the general description of any given award. Results are announced in mid April and funds are disbursed in May.

Please submit separate applications for each award. For each separate application, please submit the following documents in a single pdf file titled with your last name and the award title, eg., LastName.IndCanAdvisoryGrp.pdf. Send them via email with the subject line CSAS 2020/Award Title (eg., CSAS2020/India-Canada Association Scholarship) to ai.asianstudies@utoronto.ca.

  • Proposal for the deployment of funds, based on your academic research and project (500 words)
  • Curriculum vitae (including contact information and the names and contact information for 2 academic referees)
  • Academic transcript (printout or pdf from ROSI is fine)
  • A 5–10 page writing sample
  • If the award you are applying for is an OSOTF award, then you must also complete the SGS Financial Needs Assessment Online and include a copy of the Financial Aid Estimator Report along with the application. This is only necessary for awards with an asterisk (*) below. This may be submitted as a separate pdf with your application pdf file.

DILJIT AND GULSHAN JUNEJA AWARD FOR SOUTH ASIAN STUDIES*

Value: approximately $800
Description and eligibility: Awarded to one or more master’s or doctoral students in any department or faculty in the University whose course program or research is concentrated in the area of South Asian Studies. This is an OSOTF award and is made on the basis of financial need and academic merit.


INDIA-CANADA ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP

Value: $500-$1000
Description and eligibility: awarded to one or more full-time graduate student(s) at the University of Toronto engaged in research in the field of South Asian Studies. This award is made on the basis of academic merit. Preference will be given to candidates whose research activities require travel to India.


INDIA’S 50TH  ANNIVERSARY GRADUATE PRIZE* 

Value: approximately $1500
Description and eligibility: Recipient must be enrolled at the graduate level in social sciences or humanities, and their study or research must be focused on India. This is an OSOTF award and is made on the basis of financial need and academic merit.


INDO-CANADIAN ADVISORY GROUP BURSARY FOR THE STUDY OF INDIA*

Value: approximately $1400
Description and eligibility: Recipient must be enrolled in the Collaborative Master’s or Doctoral Program in South Asian Studies. Preference will be given to students whose course of study or research is focused on India. This is an OSOTF award and is made on the basis of financial need and academic merit.


SANDHYA AND RITEN RAY AWARD FOR INDIAN PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION

Value: approximately $800
Description and eligibility: Made annually to one or more graduate students in good standing in the University of Toronto who have demonstrated excellence in study or research in religion and/or philosophy of India, preferably with special emphasis on humanism and spiritualism in ancient Indian philosophy. Excellence may be demonstrated by grades in courses, academic essays, or research (in progress or completed).

Deadline: March 9, 2020

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Academic, Grants & Awards, Student, Travel: Daisy Ho Contemporary China Special Undergraduate Fund

Note: Note: Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, travel to China and nearby regions will not be funded, but travel to other regions for research purposes will be considered.

We’re excited to announce the Daisy Ho Contemporary China Special Undergraduate Fund will select its inaugural awardees in spring 2020. This fund offers approximately four awards to third-year undergraduate students in the Faculty of Arts and Science who are interested in undertaking a special research project on contemporary China. The awards will be used to help defray the project costs associated with the travel and research of the student participants. The successful recipients will be required to share their findings with their peers to extend the learning opportunities.

Value: Up to approximately $5,000 to defray costs

Eligibility: Must be a third-year undergraduate student (defined as having completed between 9.0 and 13.5 full course equivalents) in the Faculty of Arts and Science at University of Toronto St. George Campus. No program eligibility restrictions.

Application Instructions: Fill out the PDF Application Form and email it to ai.asianstudies@utoronto.ca.

The application consists of 5 parts:

  1. Research Statement
  2. Schedule and Budget
  3. Curriculum Vitae
  4. Letter of Support (to be submitted separately by the referee)
  5. Signature

Application Deadline: March 22, 2020, 11:59 pm EST

Please contact ai.asianstudies@utoronto.ca with any questions regarding this award.


Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Are there any restrictions on those who have previously received funding through AI?

No, there are no restrictions as long as any other funding you have received was not for the same proposed project.

2. Can two people team up to apply for this fund together?

Yes, as long as each team member meets the eligibility requirements. Each individual should submit a separate application form, but the research statements and budgets can be the same, with a note that you propose to work with (name the other student). The combined possible budget could be up to $10,000 total for two people, to defray reasonable costs associated with the project.

 

Deadline: March 22, 2020

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Posted December
6 2019

Academic, Student: Call for Submissions: Synergy: The Journal of Contemporary Asian Studies

Synergy Journal is an undergraduate academic journal housed at the Asian Institute of the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy, University of Toronto. Our journal seeks to publish the world’s premier undergraduate work pertaining to the study of contemporary Asia, specifically on the current political, historical, social, and/or economic developments in the Asia region. Synergy is currently listed with the Library and Archives Canada.

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

We are currently inviting submissions for our online publication for the 2019-2020 academic year. The journal regularly publishes academic articles and submissions, book reviews, op-eds, current event reports, original photography, video, and more. The accepted language of the academic article is English. A selection of original research will also be compiled into a print publication at the end of each academic year. Submissions are open to all individuals in the global scholarly community, with preference given to rigorous undergraduate submissions. Submissions are accepted and reviewed on a rolling basis.

Our journal accepts academic scholarly contributions in the following categories:

1. Academic Articles

Academic Articles should be at least 1,500 words in length. Please include the following materials in your submission to submissions@utsynergyjournal.org.

  • Bio of author(s)
  • Title
  • Abstract (200 words) and Keywords (4-5 primary keywords)
  • Bibliography and citations (Chicago 16th Edition, footnotes)
    • It is the responsibility of the individual author(s) to follow the correct citation format as required by Synergy. Please use the footnote citation format as opposed to the in-text citation format, and provide a list of references at the end

2. Book Reviews & Op-Eds

Book Reviews and Op-Eds should be 800-1,500 words in length.  Longer submissions (longer than 1,500 words) could be considered depending on the level of academic rigour of the content. Please include the following materials in your submission to submissions@utsynergyjournal.org.

  • Bio of author(s)
  • Title
  • Keywords (4-5 primary keywords)
  • Bibliography and citations (Chicago 16th Edition, footnotes)
    • It is the responsibility of the individual author(s) to follow the correct citation format as required by Synergy. Please use the footnote citation format as opposed to the in-text citation format, and provide a list of references at the end.

3. Original Video

Video submissions of original academic documentaries will be accepted as of the 2019-2020 academic year. Video submissions should be made via link to an existing Youtube posting, Cloud storage link, or any other method that would enable viewing of your submission. Please include the following materials in your submission to submissions@utsynergyjournal.org.

  • Bio of videographer(s)
  • Title
  • Keywords (4-5 primary keywords)
  • (if relevant) Bibliography (Chicago 16th Edition)
    • It is the responsibility of the individual author(s) to follow the correct citation format as required by Synergy. Please use the footnote citation format as opposed to the in-text citation format, and provide a list of references at the end.

4. Original Photography

Photo submissions should be made in high-resolution JPEG file(s). You may compress files into a zip folder for convenience. In addition, please take note of format below for a complete image credit line, to be submitted along with your photography

  • Bio of Photographer(s)
  • Title
  • Per Image: A short description with relevance to your submission (date, location, etc.) | Image: Name of Source/Institution
    • Example: Lecture on South Asia’s identity politics | Image: Asian Institute, University of Toronto

SUBMISSION PROCESS

Please send submissions to submissions@utsynergyjournal.org  as attachments in Microsoft Word format for written submissions, access links for Video submissions, and JPEG format for Original Photography, with all the aforementioned information. For each submission, please name your email subject line as “Synergy Submission – [region of focus – East, Southeast, or South Asia], [type of submission], [last name]”.

Please include the following in the body of the email:

  • Full contact information (name(s), institutional affiliation and country of origin, and e-mail address);
  • A brief (1—2 sentences) biographical note for each contributor;
  • Any additional comments may be included at the discretion of the individual corresponding contributor.

http://utsynergyjournal.org/call-for-submissions/

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Deadline open

Academic: Sessional Lecturer Positions at the Asian Institute: Continuously Posted Notice

ASIAN INSTITUTE AT THE MUNK SCHOOL OF GLOBAL AFFAIRS & PUBLIC POLICY
FACULTY OF ARTS AND SCIENCE
CONTINUOUSLY-POSTED NOTICE

FILLING SESSIONAL LECTURER POSITIONS
UNDER THE CUPE 3902 UNIT 3 COLLECTIVE AGREEMENT

HOW TO SUBMIT AN APPLICATION

The Asian Institute may hire Sessional Lecturers to deliver some of its undergraduate courses. Specific courses will be posted on the Asian Institute website at https://munkschool.utoronto.ca/ai/opportunities/, and on our Departmental bulletin board at 1 Devonshire Place, North House, outside room 228N. To be considered for a position, the CUPE 3902 Unit 3 application form http://www.hrandequity.utoronto.ca/resources/forms.htm#recruitment and Curriculum Vitae must be submitted to:

Katherine MacIvor
Program Advisor, Asian Institute
Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy, University of Toronto
1 Devonshire Place, Room 228N
Toronto, ON M5S 3K7
Email: ai.asianstudies@utoronto.ca
Phone: 416-946-8832

A valid email address is required. We prefer that applications and CVs be submitted via email.

GENERAL INFORMATION

Generally speaking, we expect to make decisions concerning courses in May for Winter or Fall courses; and in March for Spring and Summer courses. However, some decisions may be made earlier or later than these time frames, depending on circumstances. Unexpected vacancies may arise at any time.

Applications will be retained for twenty-four (24) months. Persons who submit applications and CVs will receive emailed job postings for specific positions for the subsequent twenty-four (24) months.

This notice is posted pursuant to the CUPE Local 3902 Unit 3 Collective Agreement. Please note that in accordance with that agreement, preference in hiring is given to qualified persons advanced to the rank of Sessional Lecturer II or Sessional Lecturer III in accordance with Article 14:12.

Please visit the University’s Current Opportunities Webpage for Sessional Lecturer positions: https://utoronto.taleo.net/careersection/10090/jobsearch.ftl

Deadline: open

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