Joseph Wong is a professor of political science in the Faculty of Arts & Science and the Ralph and Roz Halbert Professor of Innovation at U of T’s Munk School of Global Affairs. He held the Canada Research Chair in Health,Democracy and Development for two full terms,ending 2016. He teaches in the Munk One program and directed the Munk School’s Asian Institute from 2005 to 2014. In 2016,he was appointed as the University of Toronto’s first associate vice-president and vice-provost,international student experience.
Tiff Macklem, who will take over as governor of the Bank of Canada on June 3, says he will miss the “creative ferment” of academia after six years as dean of the Rotman School of Management (photo courtesy of Rotman School of Management)
Early 20th century cabinets housing the Pali palm-leaf manuscripts, which are considered sacred objects by the textual community at Saddhammajotikārāma Monastery, Thaton, Mon State (photo by U Aung Moe)
Every student who is admitted to the Faculty of Arts and Science at the University of Toronto also becomes a member of a college. University College, pictured here, is the founding college of the University of Toronto, established in 1853. (Photo credit: Diana Tyszko)
The COVID-19 Protein Manufacturing Centre at U of T aims to produce and distribute large quantities of SARS-CoV-2 proteins, including the ones that make up the spikes on the now recognizable renderings of the novel coronavirus (photo courtesy of CDC)