Navigating “Imposter Syndrome”: Claiming Our Space and Belonging in Academia

Virtual Table Talk Series by Anti-Racism and Equity Committee Navigating “Imposter Syndrome”: Claiming Our Space and Belonging in Academia Please register in advance: https://utoronto.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZcqc–hrT8vHNV3YGMAnOJAaQIJiDZ4UHeX Self-doubt and anxiety are a common part of being in the culture of academia. What people commonly call “imposter syndrome” is an issue that impacts many of our working lives, especially for BIPoC and other marginalized groups. Although … Read More

Graduate Students

Doctoral Candidates Doctoral Candidates are PhD students who have completed their course work, and comprehensive exams, and have successfully defended their Dissertation proposals. Amny Athamny Keeping It All A Halal Muslim Was Never Harder: Identity Formation Among Second Generation Muslims in Canadian Urban Centers  Committee: Landolt (supervisor), Reitz, D. Silver amny.athamny@mail.utoronto.ca academia.edu News Andreea Mogosanu … Read More

Graduate Student Practicum Conference

We welcome and encourage our department community of grad students, faculty and staff to attend the 2018  Practicum Annual Conference and support our students’ research endeavours. Tuesday, April 10 (9.15am-2.45pm) Welcome and Introduction –9.15 a.m. Session 1.  Responses to and Management of Crime (9.30-11.30) Katie Quinn – discussant Gail Super (Advisor Erik Schneiderhan) (9.30–10.05) The … Read More

U of T at the 2018 American Sociological Association Annual Meeting

This year, 13 faculty members and 19 graduate students from Sociology at the University of Toronto are presenting papers at the Annual Meeting of the American Sociology Association in Philadelphia. In addition to the people presenting papers, a number of our community are also participating as session organizers, discussants or journal editorial panel members. The … Read More