If it’s happening at Innis, you’ll find it here. From student club meetings to workshops presented by the Registrar’s Office, and alumni networking events, there’s so much going on at the College.
As many classes return to campus this fall, Principal Charlie Keil speaks with U of T News about the value of an in-person learning experience. “Film was conceived of as… Continue Reading U of T profs welcome students back to the classroom
Urban Studies program director David Roberts and Innis student Andrew Yin speak with U of T News about an exciting experiential learning course at City Hall. Continue Reading Urban studies course gives U of T students a peek at Toronto City Hall’s inner workings
His journey featured in a Hollywood film, Lesra Martin helps recognize students who improve Black lives
U of T News speaks with alumnus Lesra Martin (BA ’88 Innis), whose generosity helped established the Lesra Martin Student Changemaker Award — recently given to Francisca Wiafe-Amoako (HBSc ’21 Innis) and Innis and cinema studies student Kassia Neckles. Continue Reading His journey featured in a Hollywood film, Lesra Martin helps recognize students who improve Black lives
Congratulations, Anne Innis Dagg — trailblazing zoologist, equity advocate, daughter of Harold Innis, and friend of the College — on your Honorary Degree from U of T. We are filled with giraffe-sized pride! Continue Reading Renowned zoologist Anne Innis Dagg, the “woman who loves giraffes,” receives honorary degree
We are delighted to announce that the Agenda Committee of Academic Board has approved the reappointment of Professor Charlie Keil as Principal of Innis College for a second term from July 1, 2020 to June 30, 2026, including a one-year administrative leave. Continue Reading Professor Charlie Keil reappointed as principal of Innis College