Nominations for new Senior Fellows are now open. Deadline: March 27. 2019

Call for Nominations for Senior Fellows

Massey College is a graduate students’ residential community affiliated with, but independent from, the University of Toronto. It provides a unique, congenial and intellectual environment for graduate students of distinguished ability in all disciplines to share in a rich and stimulating community. Through the Senior Fellowship, Alumni Association, the Quadrangle Society, Journalism Fellows, and Visiting Scholars, eminent academics and members of the wider community come together to interact with Massey’s graduate students and to provide a mentoring and supportive atmosphere.

Senior Fellows are elected from prominent representatives of both academic and professional interests at the University of Toronto. Senior Fellows are welcome to participate in all College activities, including having lunch or dinner at the college, attending Junior Fellow lectures and other events in the college, and signing up for Senior Fellow Luncheons, Dine-In-Hall evenings, and an annual Senior Fellows Gala.

All members of the Massey Community (including Alumni, Junior Fellows, Senior Fellows, Quadranglers, Journalism Fellows, Visiting Scholars and Staff) are eligible to nominate new Senior Fellows for consideration. Each nominee must be supported by two members of the Community.

If you know of someone who would enrich the Massey community, please consider submitting a nomination package. Information on how to submit a nomination is in the attached form. Nominations will be accepted until March 27.

• The new process can be seen in the associated Senior Fellow Nomination and Selection document.
• The role and activities of Senior Fellows can be seen in the associated Senior Fellow Roles and Activities Document
• Nominations must include a completed nomination form.

Massey College is strongly committed to diversity within its community including disciplinary diversity. The College especially welcomes nominations of racialized persons/persons of colour, women, Indigenous/Aboriginal People of North America, persons with disabilities, LGBTQ persons, multilingual speakers and others who may contribute to the diversification of ideas.