2017/07/24 – Department Newsletter


Message from the Chair

We are in the early stages of our Department Self-Study – an exercise we take part in every five years. This iterative process provides an opportunity for the department to not only evaluate and strengthen our brand but review our academic unit.

Over the next few weeks, we will be seeking your feedback on various department related items for our Self-Study submission due to Dean Amon on November 15th, 2017. Please look for online survey links in your email soon. We appreciate your time and thoughtfulness.

If you have any questions please feel free to reach out to civ.communications@utoronto.ca and we will connect you with the correct person or group.

– Professor Brent Sleep

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