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Knowledge Keepers & Faculty

Knowledge Keepers & Faculty2021-03-02T10:59:42-04:00

Elders embody a living memory of the past, a perspective on the present, and a thoughtful guiding vision towards the future. Elders, Traditional Teachers, and Knowledge Keepers are a vital presence at the University of Toronto and we encourage students, staff, and Faculty to engage and grow in connection with them. Read about Elder Protocols, here.

The Faculty members listed below also provide valuable teachings and support to students, as well as to the wider U of T community.

Council of Aboriginal Initiatives Elders’ Circle

The Council of Aboriginal Initiatives supports initiatives, strategies, and programming that advance access, retention and degree completion for the Indigenous community at the University of Toronto. The Council’s mandate includes supporting the University’s commitment to excellence and equity by fostering collaboration across the University and with Indigenous communities, government bodies, and other associates.

First Nations House

Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering

Faculty of Arts and Science

Faculty of Law

Faculty of Medicine

Faculty of Music

Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE)

Dalla Lana School of Public Health

students in front of campus

University of Toronto Mississauga


Students walking down path at UTSC

University of Toronto Scarborough


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