Senior Fellows

Senior Fellows are prominent representatives of both academic and professional interests from around the world. They are nominated by two current members of the Massey community and, after going through the nomination process, they get elected by the Governing Board. Every year, up to twenty new Senior Fellows join Massey College. 

How Senior Fellows Contribute to College Life

Interact with the Junior Fellowship.

Contribute to the well-being of the College.

Introduce Massey’s facilities and services to colleagues.

When I first came to Massey, I felt like I had stumbled into one of Toronto’s great secrets, a community of people with wildly different interests ranging from astronomy to Renaissance literature, who all had two things in common: an intellectual curiosity and an enjoyment of collegiality. All of them shared an excitement about what they were doing, a passion about it, and a willingness to talk about it and share it.

Dr. David Goldbloom, Professor of Psychiatry, University of Toronto, and Massey College Senior Fellow