The Massey Dialogues
Principal Des Rosiers‘ guests will be Shireen Salti and Ola Mohajer from the Canadian Arab Institute, who will join us to share their research on history, migration patterns,...
CBC Massey Lectures
Massey College, along with CBC and the House of Anansi Press, co-hosts the Massey Lectures, widely regarded as the most important public lectures in Canada. Established in 1961 by the CBC to honour the former Governor-General of Canada, the Right Honourable Vincent Massey, the College’s Founder and first Visitor, these annual lectures are given by...
CIFAR Massey Talks
Established in 2015 by Hugh Segal and Alan Bernstein, it is an annual lecture given by a CIFAR leader, with interested Junior Fellows acting as respondents and moderators. The Canadian Centre for Research (CIFAR) and Massey College foster and encourage the exchange of novel ideas and research insights. Both institutions connect with diverse, multidisciplinary communities...
Public Policy at Massey
The Public Policy program at Massey College combines the talents and expertise of Junior and Senior Fellows to highlight critical issues, suggest solutions and in doing so, engage and educate the broader public community.
Massey Grand Rounds
Massey Grand Rounds is a group comprised of members of the Massey College community, and includes medical students, graduate students, physicians, and scientists in areas related to medicine and health sciences. It convenes monthly and serves as a discussion forum for current topics related to medicine, the health sciences, and issues of interest to students....
Science at Massey
Working under the leadership of Dr. Barbara Sherwood Lollar, Science at Massey aims to develop programs, round tables, seminars and linkages for the broad discussion of scientific issues, research, policies and challenges in Canada today.
Philosophy at Massey
The Massey Philosophy Reading Group is a society at Massey College devoted to shared reading and discussion of philosophy in a spirit of inquiry and enjoyment, frank conversation and friendship
The Clarkson Laureateship for Public Service is awarded annually by Massey College to members of its community. The Clarkson Laureateship program started in 2005 to honour the public service of the Right Honourable Adrienne Clarkson.
Massey College Books
Massey College Books is a newly created publishing imprint under the House of Anansi, dedicated to publishing books by writers who are members of the Massey College community.
John Charles Polanyi Prizes
In honour of the achievement of John Charles Polanyi, recipient of the 1986 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, the Government of the Province of Ontario has established a fund to provide annually up to five prizes to outstanding researchers in the early stages of their career who are continuing to post-doctoral studies or have recently started...
Junior Fellow Internships
Massey College is pleased to offer a number of internship opportunities to Junior Fellows of the College. Please check back with us for more information!
Massey College Choir is a choir open to the entire Massey community. Take a break from your work and sing with the Massey College Choir! No previous experience required.
Walter Gordon Symposium
The Walter Gordon Series in Public Policy is named after the Honourable Walter Gordon, who was a Senior Fellow of Massey College until his death in 1987. The series, which began in 1990 under the leadership of then head of the College, Ann Saddlemyer, was designed to present annually a top of immediate Canadian significance...
Massey College Book Club
The Massey College Book Club was founded by Quadrangler Sandra Martin at the Society’s first meeting in 1998. Now called "Massey College Book Club", meetings are held in the Upper Library, three times each term, usually following a Quadrangle dine in hall evening. Programming for the Massey College book club is done by a committee...
Massey College Music Club
The Music Club meets after dinner, twice each term, to explore the creation and performance of music across different cultures and in different times. Programming is decided by a committee of Junior and Senior Fellows, alumni, and Quadrangle Society members. It is eclectic and varied, and is intended to be both entertaining and enlightening.
Massey Talks showcases the lives and works of Quadrangle Society Members and Senior Fellows of Massey College. Each academic term features two Massey Talks evenings where speakers engage in an informal discussion with the audience, primarily composed of Junior and Senior fellows as well as any other interested members of the Massey community.
Junior Fellow Lecture Series (JFLS)
Coordinated and presented by the Junior Fellows, these lectures take place roughly once a month and invite three Junior Fellows to give an after dinner lecture on a chosen topic through the lens of their various fields of study