UTSG: WISE Conference 2020

Women in Science and Engineering is proud to present our 8th Annual National Conference!

The WISE National Conference serves as a catalyst to inspire and empower individuals to pursue their passions, broaden their horizons, and form meaningful connections. The conference brings together delegates from all across Canada to share ideas and become inspired over the course of a two-day event dedicated to professional and personal growth, featuring inspirational leaders from a wide range of STEM fields, as well as workshops, case competitions, and career fairs.

UTSG: Experience Expo

Need more experiences to grow your knowledge, skills, and network?   Attend the University of Toronto Experience Expo to meet a wide range of organizations offering paid and volunteer experiences that will improve your academic performance, enhance your university experience, strengthen your sense of community, and build your resume.   Join us to…

  • Meet on/off campus organizations who are recruiting for summer jobs, volunteer, research, community, academic, entrepreneurship and learning abroad opportunities
  • Gain transferable knowledge and skills
  • Grow your network at U of T and beyond
  • Learn how to talk about your experiences to future employers 

UTSG: Black Career Conference

Jointly hosted by the Black Students Association, BRC, and the National Society of Black Engineers, the Black Career Conference presents a day filled with workshops and networking with reps from across industries!


EXAM JAM is a day-long event that offers course-specific review sessions with instructors and stress-busting, wellness activities – such as playing with therapy dogs, free massages, crafts, puzzles, enjoying free healthy snacks and more. Hosted by the Arts and Science Students’ Union.

Review Sessions:

UTSG: First Nations House Holiday Artisan & Book Sale

Celebrate the holidays and the creativity our community! This is a perfect opportunity to do some holiday (and personal, who are we kidding, right?!) shopping done!

Details about vendors will be released soon!

UTSG: Universities Under Siege — A Roundtable Discussion

In light of recent events of police targeting university campuses across Hong Kong, we would like to discuss within the Hong Kong context, what it means for not only people, but institutions to be a targets of state violence and repression.

Two recorded interviews with frontline photographers covering the course of conflicts at two universities in Hong Kong (Chinese University of Hong Kong and Hong Kong Polytechnic University) whose works are featured in the exhibition, will be shared.

We will be holding a roundtable discussion in the form of breakout sessions led by facilitators, in hopes of building dialogue among diverse groups affected by the Hong Kong movement.

This event will mark the beginning of the second part of the Toronto exhibition, which will be available for viewing from December 2nd to December 31st in the 2nd Floor Hallway of Hart House.

The exhibition, “Stand With Hong Kong Journalists”, showcases press photos submitted by 12 HK frontline photojournalists, presenting their accurate, fair, comprehensive and visually compelling stories about the movement. There will also be a supplementary timeline to trace the movement from the start to its current state.

UTSG: Faculty of Music — To Hold Off Winter’s Chill

To Hold Off Winter’s Chill


The Women’s Chorus, Women’s Chamber Choir and Men’s Chorus offer a winter-themed concert of music by Sirett, Schubert, Daley and Vivancos.
U of T students admitted free with a valid TCard, space permitting.

UTSG: African Students Association Game Night

We would like to invite you to our next event, ASA PRESENTS: GAME NIGHT”! An event that will allow you to meet new people while participating in thrilling games such as Jenga, Uno, Musical Chairs with an Afro-Beat twist, Hangman, and several more exciting games!  In joining us, you also stand a chance at winning a Visa money card valued at up to $50 and other amazing prizes. 

Event Details
Date: Thursday, November 28th, 2019.
Location: Sidney Smith Hall, SS 1078 (100 St. George Street, M5S 3G3)
Time: 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM 
This event is FREE and we would really like to see you come out and enjoy this fun experience with us! Also, due to popular demand, Puff Puff will be available and other snacks and drinks too! It is going to be a great night!