Fellows list

There are currently 129 Fellows of Senior College.  The Fellows who are identified below have given permission for their names and information to be made public on the Senior College web page.  If you are a Fellow of Senior College and would like to add your name to this list, you may do so by completing and submitting the Permission form available here.

Name (First)Name (Last)EmailDepartmental affiliation and area(s) of expertise
VijayAgnewvagnew [at] yorku.caFaculty of Arts & Science
PeterAlbertipwa [at] alberti.caDepartment of ORL, Faculty of Medicine. Hearing loss, noise exposure, photography
Mary JaneAshleymaryjane.ashley [at] utoronto.caProfessor Emerita, Dalla Lana School of Public Health
HaroldAtwoodh.atwood [at] utoronto.caDepartment of Physiology, University of Toronto

Research on the physiology of the nervous system with focus on mechanisms of information transfer at synaptic connections of nerve cells and long-term changes in these mechanisms.
LenoreAtwoodlenoreatwood [at] yahoo.com
AndrewBainesandrew.baines [at] autoronto.caDepartment of Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology
Scientific rhetoric
Kidney function
Clinical biochemistry
Corneliabainescornelia.baines [at] utoronto.caProfessor emerita, Dalla Lana School of Public Health at the University of Toronto with particular interest in the efficacy of mammography screening for the early detection of breast cancer and the evaluation of adverse health effects from proximity to wind turbines.
EdwardBarbeaubarbeau [at] math.utoronto.caDepartment of Mathematics
Mathematics in the school curriculum and for the public
Algebra, analysis, mathematics education
DeanneBogdandeanne.bogdan [at] utoronto.caDeanne Bogdan is Professor Emerita in the Department of Social Justice Education, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto. Her research interests include philosophy of literature and literature education, feminist theory, and musical aesthetics. She is currently a Delegate to the General Assembly, Modern Language Association of America (MLA) representing Professional Concerns, Retired Scholars.
IanBurtonburtoni.ian [at] gmail.comEmeritus Professor, Department of Geography and Planning and Associate in the School of the Environment. Working as an independent scholar and consultant. Currently serving with IDRC (CARIAA project); Canada's National Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction - Public Safety Canada; and the International Strategy for disaster Risk Reduction. Interests in climate change adaptation and extreme events; science and public policy;
CharlesChaffeychaffey [at]ecf.utoronto.caChemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry
Rheology; environment; science and Christian faith
MiltonCharltonmilton.charlton [at] utoronto.caPhysiology Department, Faculty of Medicine
Expertise: Cellular neuroscience, synaptic transmission, basic neuroscience, natural toxins
Interests: Radio control airplanes, gardening, native orchids
Natalie ZemonDavisnz.davis [at] utoronto.caHistory. i am a historian of early modern times-- working on patterns of slavery, gender, and forms of cultural mixture and cultural crossing, especially in relations between Europeans and North Africans.
ChandlerDavisdavis [at] math.toronto.eduMathematics
Operator theory and linear algebra

Social responsibility of scientists
RashmiDesaikandrdesai [at] gmail.comProfessor Emeritus, Department of Physics, University of Toronto. Faculty member at the UofT since 1968. Research interest area: Statistical Physics, Pattern formation following an instability in a variety of systems in nature, fluid dynamics including hydrodynamic instabilities.
JonathanDostrovskyj.dostrovsky [at]utoronto.caPhysiology Dept., Faculty of Medicine
Neuroscience; somatosensory system; pain mechanisms; headache; trigeminal system; movement disorders, basal ganglia, deep brain stimulation
MargritEichlermargrit.eichler [at] utoronto.caProfessor Emerita, Dept. of Social Justice Education, OISE/UT, President of Our Right to Know, an advocacy group for public science; biases in research deriving from social hierarchies such as sexism, racism, homophobia, ableism and others.
HowardEisenbergcontact [at] drhowardeisenberg.comPrevious Faculty positions: University of Toronto - Department of Interdisciplinary Studies, Innis College & School of Continuing Studies; York University - School of Continuing Studies; University of Vermont - Faculty of Medicine.
Special Interest: Scientific research on Consciousness
MartinFriedlandm.friedland [at] utoronto.caM5J 2M6
IanGreeneiangreene0766@rogers.comYork University, School of Public Policy and Administraiton.
Areas of expertise: The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, public sector ethics, courts and justice
AlexanderGregoralexander.gregor [at] utoronto.caUniversity of Manitoba (Division of Postsecondary Studies and Centre for Higher Education Research and Development). Research focus: the history and development of the university, with particular focus on the Canadian postsecondary system.
History of Higher Education
JimGurdgurd [at] utsc.utoronto.caDepartment of Biology, University of Toronto Scarborough
Research interest: Biochemistry of synapses of the central nervous system in the normal and diseased brain
PeterHajnalpeter.hajnal [at] utoronto.caRobarts Library and Faculty of Information

Expertise: G7/G20, international organizations, civil society, government (especially international organization) information
EdnaHajnaledna.hajnal [at] utoronto.caThomas Fisher Rare Book Library: Librarian for Modern Manuscripts, Personal Papers, and Records of Organizations and Institutes (mainly local).
RobinHealeyrobin.healey [at] utoronto.caRetired collection development librarian (Robarts) for Italian Studies, Fine Art, and Anthropology. Current research interest: Italian literature in English translation. Expertise in the subject areas listed above, with particular interest in the creation, curation, and catalogue preparation for rare book and special collection exhibitions.
MichaelHutcheondr.michael.hutcheon [at] uhn.caDivision of Respirology
Department of Medicine

Lung transplantation
Opera studies
LindaHutcheonl.hutcheon [at] utoronto.caDepartment of English and Centre for Comparative Literature
Research areas: literary theory; interdisciplinary studies; opera studies.
DanielHuttRetired Director, Campus Police Services, St. George Campus, University of Toronto
GiulianaKatzgiuliana [at] look.caRetired Professor of Italian. Italian Department. University of Toronto

Areas of expertise:

Psychoanalysis applied to literature
Contemporary Italian literature
Italian cinema
MerrijoyKelnermerrijoy.kelner [at] utoronto.caFaculty of Public Health U of T Social perspectives on health care — complementary care and care at end -of-life.
MartinKleinmartin.klein [at] utoronto.caDepartment of History
I taught African history and the history of slavery, I was also interested in colonialism, mostly French and the history of Islam. Most of my research was on what became French West Africa, especially Senegal, Mali and Guinea, but in my later years, I tried to look at slavery globally, not just in an Atlantic context, but everywhere and in different kinds of society.
TrevorLeveretrevor.levere [at] gmail.comInstitute for the History and Philosophy of Science and Technology.
History of chemistry. Science and the Arctic.
WilliamLoganwilliamlogan [at] rogers.comFaculty of Medicine, Department of Paediatrics, Division of Neurology.
Child Neurologist with special interest in Movement Disorders in Children and Cerebrovascular Reactivity Imaging employing MRI.
CharlesMaurercharles [at] maurer.ca
DaphneMaurermcmaster [at] maurer.caPsychology, Neuroscience & Behaviour, McMaster University

Visual development and its alteration from visual deprivation
Critical periods in development
Synaesthesia
Ethics of research with humans
BibhuMohantybibhu.mohanty[at] utoronto.caProfessor Emeritus
Department of Civil and Mineral Engineering
Lassonde Institute of Mining, University of Toronto

Area of Expertise:
Shock wave, Dynamic fracture and fragmentation of rock due to impact and explosive action, Commercial explosives, Explosion hazards, Mining
KathrynMorganriverdale17 [at] yahoo.caI have been cross appointed to the Dept. of Philosophy and the Women and Gender Studies Institute. My areas of expertise include social philosophy, feminist bioethics, gender and embodiment theory, feminist pedagogy, critical disability studies, theorizing ageing and ageism, women and health
MaxNemnimax.nemni [at] gmail.comDepartment of Political Science at Laval University in Quebec City where I was for a while Associate Dean of the Faculty of ocial Science.
My major areas of expertise were: Political Philosophy, History of Political Thoughts, Canadian Politics with an emphasis on Liberalism Federalism and Quebec Nationalism.
MoniqueNemnimonique.nemni [at] gmail.comLinguistics Department; Universit? du Qu?bec ? Montr?al. Specialized in Applied Linguistics (mostly Second Language Teaching and Learning). I have also co-authored (with my husband, Max Nemni) two volumes on an intellectual biography of Pierre Trudeau.
RobertPainterrh.painter [at] utoronto.caDepartments of Biochemistry and Immunology: my areas of research include the structure and function of antibodies and of complement. I am a Fellow of Trinity College and served as Provost (1986 - 96)
RuthPiker_pike [at] me.comOISE/UT. Program evaluation, computers in Education. No longer doing research
NivaPiranniva.piran [at] utoronto.caProfessor Emerita, Applied Psychology and Human Development, OISE/University of Toronto
Expertise: Embodied lives of girls and women of diverse backgrounds at the intersection of body and culture; Health promotion and therapy interventions aimed concurrently at social justice and well being.
DavidRaysidedavid.rayside [at] utoronto.caDepartment of Political Science & Bonham Centre for Sexual Diversity Studies

The politics of sexual diversity in Canada, the U.S., and parts of Europe
Religion and politics in Canada and the United States
Muslim response to sexual diversity in North America
KenReaken.rea [at] utoronto.caEconomics (formerly Political Economy)
Interested in Canadian economic history and the interface between economic theory and policy.
BettyRootsbetty.roots [at] utoronto.caCell and Systems Biology.
Acclimation of the nervous system to environmental changes. Changes in membrane lipids. Neuron-glia interactions.
Evolution of myelin. Invertebrate glial biology.
PeterRussellphruss [at] aol.comDepartment pf Political Science
Constitutional, Judicial, Aboriginal and Parliamentary politics
PaulSandorisandori51 [at] gmail.comProfessor, Faculty of Architecture.
Building structures: author of book on the subject (2 editions; 5 editions in French)
Building envelope science: co-founder and first president of the Ontario Building Envelope Council
Construction project management and dispute resolution
Construction bidding & tendering: co-author of book on the subject (5 editions)
FrancesSilvermanfrances.silverman [at] utoronto.caAssociate Professor, Emeritus - Medicine and Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto
Experience in inter-disciplinary research on health effects of air pollutants and the role they play in the development of inflammation and disease, using measures of cardiac, cardiovascular and respiratory physiology, biochemical markers of inflammation and epigentics, as well as exposure assessment and ambient air quality. More recently, advancing homecare for seniors and the elderly.
C.PeterSlaterpeter.slater [at] utoronto.caHonorary Fellow of Trinity College in the Toronto School ofTheology

Areas of expertise: history, philosophy and theology of religions, especially Christian and Buddhist

Publications on the dynamics of interreligious dialogue and paradigmatic stories
John (Jack)Stevensonjohnstevenson [at] sympatico.caPhilosophy
John DavidStewartd.stewart [at] utoronto.caFaculty of Medicine and the Dana Lana School of Public Health, preventive medicine focusing on vaccines, inhaled insulin and the Role of Nutrition and Vitamins on Ageing.
ClaytonSwitzerUniversity of Guelph
Plant Phydiology , Agriculture
GermaineWarkenting.warkentin [at] utoronto.caDepartment of English, Emeritus. Canadian exploration history; History of the Book.
BarryWellmanwellman [at] chass.utoronto.caSociology.
Internet and Society
Social Network Analysis
BlossomWigdordrb.wigdor [at]sympatico.caPsychology and Obstituyr for Life Course and Aging
JohnYousonyouson [at] utsc.utoronto.caProfessor Emeritus, Department of Biological Sciences, University of Toronto Scarborough
Developmental Biology and Comparative Endocrinology
MichaelDonnellymwadedonnell [at] gmail.com Special expertise on contemporary Japan, a country that I have been studying for five decades. In recent years, I have focused on translating literature and non-fiction writing with the help of a language tutor.
DavidMilnedmilne70@gmail.comProfessor Emeritus Political Science, UPEI & University of Malta, Island Studies, Canadian Federalism, Constitutional Politics, European Studies, Political Theory.
DonaldGilliesdgillies@ryerson.caExternal Fellow. Professor Emeritus, Joint Ryerson University – York University Graduate Program in Communication and Culture; Visiting Professor, University of the Highlands and Islands, Scotland. Research interests: media, communication and culture; media ecology.