Building My Postdoctoral Community
Want to get connected?
With more than 900 postdoctoral fellows spread over three campuses, it can be difficult to connect with your colleagues! Here are some ways to build your network at U of T and beyond.
Join the postdoc listserv
The U of T postdoc listserv allows us to notify current U of T postdoctoral fellows of changes in services and to forward notices regarding awards competitions. Subscription requests will only be accepted from U of T email accounts. Requests from non U of T email accounts will not be added to the listserv. Click here to learn how to join the listserv.
Throughout the year, the School of Graduate Studies hosts workshops and a variety of social events where you can meet other postdocs across U of T’s three campuses. We will keep you posted here, so check back for updates!
Latest Past Events
IMMIGRATION SESSION FOR POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWS Co-hosted by the School of Graduate Studies and HR Immigration, University of Toronto WHEN: Friday, May 28, 1:00-4:00 pm WHERE: Teams Meeting Are you […]
Join your fellow Postdocs for a break and some coffee & cookies
Join your fellow Postdocs some coffee & cookies before we break for the holidays.
Meet the Provost’s Postdoctoral Fellows
Congratulations Provost’s Postdoctoral Fellows!
The Provost’s Postdoctoral Fellowship program provides funding to increase opportunities for hiring postdoctoral fellows from underrepresented groups, specifically Indigenous and/or Black researchers who demonstrate excellence and high potential for success in their chosen fields. Learn more.
Meet our community
U of T Postdocs in the News
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