The Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering’s EDI web page highlights the numerous resources, reports and initiatives that support its commitment to diversity, inclusion and professionalism.
UTM has established this grant program to address historic and contemporary effects of racism and racial disparities in all aspects of society. This program is designed to support Black, Indigenous, and/or racialized researchers regardless of research area, or any faculty member whose research addresses racism, social justice, and/or decolonization.
The Faculty of Music’s Anti-Racism and Anti-Oppression Committee has created a news and resources website for faculty, staff, students and the public.
In 2017, the Faculty of Kinesiology and Physical Education created the Task Force on Race and Indigeneity to improve equity and diversity in all its program, including sports, recreation, intramurals, curricula and research.
The Community of Support is a collaborative and longitudinal initiative that supports students who are Indigenous, Black, Filipino, economically disadvantaged, or who self-identify as persons with a disability, at every stage of their path to medical school.
The University of Toronto Scarborough’s 2020–2025 Strategic Plan was developed with the central goal of inspiring inclusive excellence. Achieving this goal means embracing and promoting the enriching contributions that come from the diverse backgrounds, ways of knowing, ideas, perspectives and experiences represented in the UTSC community.