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Registration for the 5th Annual Massey Gown Run now open!

Please join us on Saturday, October 22 for the 5th Annual Massey Gown Run, to support the Scholars at Risk program. All members and friends of the Massey community are welcome to participate in this 5 km run/walk/stroll around UofT and neighbouring area. Participants will be provided with an academic gown to wear during the event, signalling our support for scholars around the globe whose academic careers have been jeopardized by the perils of war,

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Summer 2016 edition of The Owl now available online

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2016 -2017 Journalism Fellows

Massey College is delighted to announce our incoming William Southam Journalism Fellows for 2016-2017.  We look forward to introducing them at the Meet the Journalism Fellows event in September 2016. Please click through here to view biographies and photos of our Journalism Fellows: Journalism-Fellows-Poster-2016-17

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Dr. Ursula Martius Franklin: Sep 16, 1921 – Jul 22, 2016

Massey College Loses One of Its Most Distinguished Members We are sad to announce that Dr. Ursula Franklin, a Massey College Senior Fellow, passed away on Friday, July 22, 2016. Dr. Franklin was a metallurgist, research physicist, feminist, peace activist, author and educator. She received her PhD in experimental physics at the Technical University of Berlin, after she and her parents survived the holocaust. She arrived in Toronto in 1948 to pursue

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No Lunch Service on Friday, July 22

There will be no lunch service on Friday, July 22. Dining Hall will be closed for an event.

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Massey is Hiring: Programs & Events Coordinator

Programs & Events Coordinator Date Posted: May 31, 2016 Application Deadline: June 15, 2016 Start Date: August 2, 2016 Salary: TBD Province: Ontario Region: Metro Toronto Area Location: Toronto – Massey College, 4 Devonshire Place Term: Full-time (5 days a week), 1 year contract, renewable Job Description Massey College is currently seeking a Programs & Events Coordinator to join our team. This is a full time position working 40

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Open House for Prospective Junior Fellows

Due to popular demand, Massey College will be holding one more Open House Session for prospective Junior Fellows: Thursday April 14th - 5:00pm, Upper Library Registration at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/open-house-session-iv-tickets-24464330471 As with the previous sessions, this is an opportunity for current or future graduate students to see the college, ask questions, and hear from current Fellows. They will get a tour of the college and will

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2016 Walter Gordon Symposium

"Restoring Respectful Relationships: Designing a Royal Proclamation of Reconciliation" Registration is now open for the 2016 Walter Gordon Symposium on Public Policy, which this year will be held at Massey College, the SPPG and Hart House on March 22 and 23. You can register here. The Symposium, a joint venture of Massey College and the School of Public Policy and Governance, engages with the central issue of our joint occupancy of this land:

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Celebration of Life of Senior Fellow Ed Safarian

Ed Safarian, Senior Fellow 1924-2016 Celebration of Life Massey College 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. On Saturday, January 30th 2016, one of our compelling and leading intellectual forces at Massey College and the University of Toronto, Professor Edward Safarian, passed away. Ed was a mentor, constant source of support and inspiration for so many students and faculty at our University. At Massey College he was a special, humane, and a giving pillar of advice,

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Massey Talks! and the Massey Accessibility Committee present “Accessibility”

Massey Talks! and the Massey Accessibility Committee present "Accessibility" In dialogue with Christine Karcza & Andrew Do When: March 1 2016, 7:45 pm Where: Upper Library What are the barriers to enhancing accessibility in academic environments, and how can we overcome them? How as a community can be more aware of the barriers to accessibility? How do we ensure that we do not claim to speak for people facing accessibility challenges when engaging

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