Giving Voice: Collaborating with Racialized Canadian Students to Understand Their Personality Development and Promote Well-Being During Their University Years

Mentor: Dr. Joanne Chung Assistant Professor Project Description Sixty-nine percent of college freshmen at the University of Toronto campuses report that they identify as a visible minority (University of Toronto Mississauga, 2018). The academic and social success of these students hinges on an institution’s ability to support them during this critical transitional period of emergingContinue reading “Giving Voice: Collaborating with Racialized Canadian Students to Understand Their Personality Development and Promote Well-Being During Their University Years”

Will housing and travel expenses be provided for students outside of Toronto who are offered an in-person position?

If students (a)┬ádo not live within a commutable distance to Toronto but (b) want to do one of the in-person projects and (c) are willing to move to Toronto for the time of the SROP, then we will arrange for housing in one of the summer residences. We will also cover travel to and fromContinue reading “Will housing and travel expenses be provided for students outside of Toronto who are offered an in-person position?”

How will the hybrid model operate in 2024?

Some faculty members have a preference for either in-person or remote collaboration, while other faculty members can accommodate either in-person or remote collaboration depending on the needs of the student. Faculty preferences are indicated on their research project page (between the project statement and the mentorship statement). Students should select the faculty members they wishContinue reading “How will the hybrid model operate in 2024?”